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The Godfather
Game Description:The book by Mario Puzo and the classic film serve as inspiration here, as gamers will join the Corleone family and earn respect through loyalty and fear as they rise through the ranks to become Don in a living 1945-1955 New York. It will be up to the player to carry out orders, earn respect and make New York City their own. Featuring non-linear action-adventure gameplay, The Godfather will offer gamers countless choices for solving the family's problems with brutal violence, skillful diplomacy, or a cunning mixture of both. From mob hits and bank heists to drive-bys and extortion, step deep inside a world where intimidation and negotiation are your tickets to the top, and where decisions made, just like in The Godfather fiction, have lasting consequences.
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The Godfather News

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  • Electronic Arts Sues For Use Of "Dillinger" Guns In Godfather Games

    Take-Two isn’t the only company grabbing the legal headlines today over issues relating to one of its open-world crime franchises. As GamePolitics reports, Electronic Arts has preemptively sued to protect its use of two particular weapons -- the “Dillinger Tommy Gun” and the “Modern Dillinger” -- in its gangster...

    Posted September 2, 2009

    Electronic Arts Sues For Use Of "Dillinger" Guns In Godfather Games
  • Future Of The Next Godfather Game In Doubt

    If you're waiting for the next Godfather game, it might never happen for you. EA, makers of The Godfather: The Game and Godfather II, says they will not be returning to make another game based off the famous gangster movies. In an interview at E3 with the L.A. Times, president of the EA Games Frank Gibeau, label, said "We're not going to...

    Posted June 8, 2009

    Future Of The Next Godfather Game In Doubt
  • Godfather Video Game Suit Settled

    The estate of Mario Puzo, the author of The Godfather, has settled its suit with Paramount Pictures over royalties from The Godfather: The Game (video game). Puzo's estate claimed it was owed profits from sales and rentals of the game. On Friday an agreement was reached so the case won't go to trial. "We think it's a terrific...

    Posted February 9, 2009| 6 Comments

    Godfather Video Game Suit Settled
  • 'Godfather II' Arrives February 2009

    Michael Corleone promotes players as the Don of New York in February 2009 with the Godfather II video game sequel. In addition to the first game's action mechanics, the upcoming mob title from Electronic Arts introduces the "Don's View" feature to add a strategy element to the title. "The Don’s View is so unique, it could...

    Posted August 8, 2008| 1 Comment

    'Godfather II' Arrives February 2009
  • Not-So-Spoiler Theater: The Godfather

    Posted: June 7, 2007

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