History VideoGame / TheGodfather

14th Nov '16 2:06:27 PM Morgenthaler
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* {{Badass}} - While it's very difficult, Aldo is capable of taking down an enemy warehouse, trainyard, shipyard or even a compound swarming with Mooks all by himself. That's manly.
** BadassCrew: In the [=PS3=] version of the first game, four Corleone mobsters (an associate, a soldier, a capo and an underboss), all of whom wear jet-black suits and red ties, serve as optional crew members for when you want some assistance in extortion or warehouse/hub/compound-takedowns. The second game expands on this, giving you four soldiers, two capos and one underboss, nearly all of whom can be chosen exclusively by you.
** BadassGrandpa - Many Capos and Underbosses have heads full of grey hair, but can still kick ass.
** BadassInANiceSuit: ''Everyone''! in the first game.
** BadassLongcoat - Stronger, high-ranking gangsters in the first game wear long coats.

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* {{Badass}} - While it's very difficult, Aldo is capable of taking down an enemy warehouse, trainyard, shipyard or even a compound swarming with Mooks all by himself. That's manly.
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BadassCrew: In the [=PS3=] version of the first game, four Corleone mobsters (an associate, a soldier, a capo and an underboss), all of whom wear jet-black suits and red ties, serve as optional crew members for when you want some assistance in extortion or warehouse/hub/compound-takedowns. The second game expands on this, giving you four soldiers, two capos and one underboss, nearly all of whom can be chosen exclusively by you.
** * BadassGrandpa - Many Capos and Underbosses have heads full of grey hair, but can still kick ass.
** * BadassInANiceSuit: ''Everyone''! in the first game.
** * BadassLongcoat - Stronger, high-ranking gangsters in the first game wear long coats.
26th Jul '16 5:45:09 AM longWriter
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* StopHelpingMe: Your allies' pitching in with firepower can get annoying if you're trying for certain execution styles. Some other times all you want is to run away without escalating a situation, but they just have to open fire...
28th May '16 9:31:28 AM GentlemensDame883
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* [[spoiler: SuddenSequelDeathSyndrome - Aldo is killed by a sniper in Cuba at the beginning of the second game.]]

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* [[spoiler: SuddenSequelDeathSyndrome - [[spoiler: Aldo is killed by a sniper in Cuba at the beginning of the second game.]]
28th May '16 9:25:29 AM GentlemensDame883
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* RocketTagGameplay: Aldo can't take much punishment even with health upgrades, but even the "bosses" or strong EliteMooks die pretty fast to headshots or long bursts of machine gun fire.
25th May '16 6:44:59 PM nombretomado
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** BadassCrew: In the PS3 version of the first game, four Corleone mobsters (an associate, a soldier, a capo and an underboss), all of whom wear jet-black suits and red ties, serve as optional crew members for when you want some assistance in extortion or warehouse/hub/compound-takedowns. The second game expands on this, giving you four soldiers, two capos and one underboss, nearly all of whom can be chosen exclusively by you.

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** BadassCrew: In the PS3 [=PS3=] version of the first game, four Corleone mobsters (an associate, a soldier, a capo and an underboss), all of whom wear jet-black suits and red ties, serve as optional crew members for when you want some assistance in extortion or warehouse/hub/compound-takedowns. The second game expands on this, giving you four soldiers, two capos and one underboss, nearly all of whom can be chosen exclusively by you.



** During the first game, Virgil Sollozzo's narcotics business earns the partnership of the Tattaglia family, who employs dozens of Tattaglia mobsters as his private army of sorts. The first act deals with protecting Vito Corleone from Sollozzo's hitmen, taking down Sollozzo's main drug rackets (PS3 version) and assisting in Sollozzo's eventual assassination, but the war against the Tattaglias continues after that point.

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** During the first game, Virgil Sollozzo's narcotics business earns the partnership of the Tattaglia family, who employs dozens of Tattaglia mobsters as his private army of sorts. The first act deals with protecting Vito Corleone from Sollozzo's hitmen, taking down Sollozzo's main drug rackets (PS3 ([=PS3=] version) and assisting in Sollozzo's eventual assassination, but the war against the Tattaglias continues after that point.



* TheSiege: In the PS3 and 360 versions of the first game, a slew of Cuneos assault the Corleone compound, and your job is to hold the fort with your fellow mobsters. These become more common in the sequel since enemies can now randomly raid your fronts.

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* TheSiege: In the PS3 [=PS3=] and 360 versions of the first game, a slew of Cuneos assault the Corleone compound, and your job is to hold the fort with your fellow mobsters. These become more common in the sequel since enemies can now randomly raid your fronts.
16th May '16 3:53:25 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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* ItsPersonal - It already was since the Barzini Don [[YouKilledMyFather kiled Aldo's father]], but it goes even further after [[spoiler: Frankie's death]] at the hands of Tattaglia goons.

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* ItsPersonal - It already was since the Barzini Don [[YouKilledMyFather kiled killed Aldo's father]], but it goes even further after [[spoiler: Frankie's death]] at the hands of Tattaglia goons.
16th May '16 3:45:26 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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*** Stracchi = Blue
*** Cunio = Red

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*** Stracchi Stracci = Blue
*** Cunio Cuneo = Red
16th May '16 3:44:19 AM The_Glorious_SOB
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*** Tataglia = Tan

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*** Tataglia Tattaglia = Tan
11th May '16 11:08:21 PM GentlemensDame883
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* FullSetBonus: In the second game, you get bonuses for taking over all of a type of front, such as incendiary ammo.
17th Apr '16 1:28:49 PM timotaka
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* LeaningOnTheFourthWall: In the first game you find FBI files about the Corleone family. It briefly shows the protagonist listed as "--- Trapani, AKA The Player".
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