History VideoGame / MafiaTheCityOfLostHeaven

8th Mar '18 6:07:46 AM klausbaudelaire
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* {{Fauxrarri}}: The original game leans more on the Bland-Name Product approach, with vehicles heavily resembling their real life counterparts aside from a few details altered here and there, and a PunnyName alluding to what the car is supposed to be based on, e.g. "Ulver Airstream" for the Chrysler Airflow.

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* {{Fauxrarri}}: {{Fauxrrari}}: The original game leans more on the Bland-Name Product approach, with vehicles heavily resembling their real life counterparts aside from a few details altered here and there, and a PunnyName alluding to what the car is supposed to be based on, e.g. "Ulver Airstream" for the Chrysler Airflow.
1st Mar '18 6:40:40 PM Anicomicgeek
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* EarlyBirdCameo: [[spoiler:Tommy's assassins are the heroes of ''VideoGame/MafiaII'', Vito Scaletta and Joe Barbaro.]]
1st Mar '18 6:36:59 PM Anicomicgeek
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* DownerEnding: [[spoiler:Tommy finishes telling his story, testifies against the family and gets 80 gangsters thrown in jail, with some getting the chair and Salieri himself getting life in prison. The police then gets him and his family new identities, moves them across the country to a good looking neighborhood and a respectable job for Tommy. Basically everything seems to have worked out great...then we flash forward 20 something years, where we see an aged Tommy watering his lawn when a couple of thugs show up. One of them calls Tommy by his real name (which was changed by the feds) and the other says "Mr. Salieri sends his regards" while he blasts Tommy in the chest with a sawn-off shotgun. The game then ends with his thoughts as he lies bleeding on the lawn]].
** In ''Mafia II'', [[spoiler:[[PlayerPunch Vito and Joe are revealed to be the hitmen]].]]

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* DownerEnding: [[spoiler:Tommy finishes telling his story, testifies against the family and gets 80 gangsters thrown in jail, with some getting the chair and Salieri himself getting life in prison. The police then gets him and his family new identities, moves them across the country to a good looking neighborhood and a respectable job for Tommy. Basically everything seems to have worked out great...then we flash forward 20 something years, where we see an aged Tommy watering his lawn when a couple of thugs show up. One of them calls Tommy by his real name (which was changed by the feds) and the other says "Mr. Salieri sends his regards" while he blasts Tommy in the chest with a sawn-off shotgun. The game then ends with his thoughts as he lies bleeding on the lawn]].
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lawn]]. In ''Mafia II'', [[spoiler:[[PlayerPunch Vito and Joe are revealed to be the hitmen]].]]
* EarlyBirdCameo: [[spoiler:Tommy's assassins are the heroes of ''VideoGame/MafiaII'', Vito Scaletta and Joe Barbaro.
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12th Feb '18 8:14:13 PM nombretomado
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Not to be confused with the [[ParlorGames card/roleplay]][[TheWerewolvesOfMillersHollow ing/mind game]].

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Not to be confused with the [[ParlorGames card/roleplay]][[TheWerewolvesOfMillersHollow card/roleplay]][[TabletopGame/TheWerewolvesOfMillersHollow ing/mind game]].
10th Jan '18 7:17:50 PM klausbaudelaire
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* {{Fauxrarri}}: The original game leans more on the Bland-Name Product approach, with vehicles heavily resembling their real life counterparts aside from a few details altered here and there, and a PunnyName alluding to what the car is supposed to be based on, e.g. "Ulver Airstream" for the Chrysler Airflow.
20th Nov '17 6:25:05 PM klausbaudelaire
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* ReformulatedGame: This led to a PortingDisaster on the [=PS2=] and Xbox versions, which while retaining most of the content was a lot different compared to the PC release. The console releases also came with a bonus racing mode to compensate for the lack of a Freeride Extreme game mode.
29th Sep '17 5:58:41 AM Saveelich
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* BatterUp: A baseball bat can be used by Tommy. [[BackStab A fully charged swing from behind can knock anyone out cold instantly]], but there is little use for this (''Mafia'' being a run-and-gun game for the most part, after all). However, there's a part of the "Better Get Used To It" mission where Tommy and Paulie have to beat the crap out of hoodlums with bats - and with careful maneuvering around the bad guys, Tommy can score several one-hit-KOs this way. Just be careful not to hit ''[[NonStandardGameOver Paulie]]'' with this attack.

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* BatterUp: A baseball bat can be used by Tommy. [[BackStab A fully charged swing from behind can knock anyone out cold instantly]], but there is little use for this (''Mafia'' being a run-and-gun game for the most part, after all). However, there's a part of the "Better Get Used To It" mission where Tommy and Paulie have to beat the crap out of hoodlums with bats - and with careful maneuvering around the bad guys, Tommy can score several one-hit-KOs [=one-hit-KOs=] this way. Just be careful not to hit ''[[NonStandardGameOver Paulie]]'' with this attack.
29th Sep '17 5:57:10 AM Saveelich
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* BatterUp: A baseball bat can be used by Tommy. [[BackStab A fully charged swing from behind can knock anyone out cold instantly]], but there is little use for this (''Mafia'' being a run-and-gun game for the most part, after all), but there's a part of the "Better Get Used To It" mission where Tommy and Paulie are beating the crap out of hoodlums with bats - and with careful maneuvering around the bad guys, Tommy can score several one-hit-KOs this way. Just be careful not to hit ''[[NonStandardGameOver Paulie]]'' with this attack.

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* BatterUp: A baseball bat can be used by Tommy. [[BackStab A fully charged swing from behind can knock anyone out cold instantly]], but there is little use for this (''Mafia'' being a run-and-gun game for the most part, after all), but all). However, there's a part of the "Better Get Used To It" mission where Tommy and Paulie are beating have to beat the crap out of hoodlums with bats - and with careful maneuvering around the bad guys, Tommy can score several one-hit-KOs this way. Just be careful not to hit ''[[NonStandardGameOver Paulie]]'' with this attack.
29th Sep '17 5:56:00 AM Saveelich
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* BatterUp: A baseball bat can be used by Tommy. [[BackStab A fully charged swing from behind can knock anyone out cold instantly]], but there is little use for this (''Mafia'' being a run-and-gun game for the most part, after all), but there's a part of the "Better Get Used To It" mission where Tommy and Paulie are beating the crap out of hoodlums with bats - and with careful maneuvering around the bad guys, Tommy can score several one-hit-KOs this way. Just be careful not to hit ''[[NonStandardGameOver Paulie]]'' with this attack.
15th Jul '17 8:38:38 AM Forenperser
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* ShipLevel: The mission in which Tommy has to assassinate the prosecutor takes place on a steamboat.

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* ShipLevel: The mission in which Tommy has to assassinate the prosecutor City Councilor takes place on a steamboat.
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