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Godfather 2 Previews - PS3

Game Description:The second film installment of the Godfather series took home a Best Picture Oscar. So what's the video game going to do for an encore? Start right at the top, putting a target on your back and giving you a chance to run your own organization. When the Don of your family is rubbed out in Cuba, you're promoted to the head of the family. Everyone is grabbing for a piece of the action...or gunning for a slice of your power. Plan your strategy, defending businesses, tracking crime cycles, targeting new crime rackets, out-maneuvering rival families, and plotting attacks. Seize control of an action-packed open crime world that's completely yours for the taking!
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    Hands On Preview: Godfather II

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    In this Hands On, we preview the new multiplatform game 'Godfather II'. Hunter Smith from EA stops by and talks about the game's storyline, missions and use of so-called "Crime Rings."

    Posted: Jan 30, 2009 | 11,572 Views | 05:43 | 14 Comments


  • Godfather II Review

    Posted: April 13, 2009

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