Mafia III (2016)

Video Game   |  Action, Adventure, Crime

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After the murder of his surrogate family at the hands of the Italian mafia, Vietnam War veteran Lincoln Clay seeks vengeance on those who took away the only thing that mattered to him.




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27 October 2018 | 851222
| One of the most disappointing games i have ever played
Greetings from Lithuania.

I picked up "Mafia" III (2016) for free as a PS plus free give away. After playing trough the half of the story i eventually quit it. That happens for me ultra rare. Why? Because "Mafia" III is one of the most disappointing game i have ever played - at the end of day.

"Mafia" III has to be the most repetitive game ever. First i enjoyed it. Shooting mechanics in this game are great. The sound when bullets hits your target, head shots - it done great. Other and the last good thing about this game is driving mechanics, i really enjoyed it. Other then that, there is nothing in this game that would make you to come back to it. Every single mission (literally, well except one where you have to box someone inside of the ring) is a copy/paste of previous one. All of the side missions are copy/paste. Literally. Outside of the main story which is kinda OK and side quests which are as boring as hell, there is absolutely nothing to do in this open world. It feels dead and empty, and it is dead and empty. There are glitches as well.

Overall, even for free i couldn't finish Mafia III. Its the most repetitive and boring game i have probably ever played.

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7 October 2016


English, French, Italian, German, Spanish

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