''Scarface: The World Is Yours'' is a WideOpenSandbox game based on the movie ''{{Scarface}}'', developed by Creator/RadicalEntertainment and published in 2006 by Vivendi Universal Games.

The game is a pseudo-sequel to the movie, and involves a WhatIf scenario where Tony Montana (voiced by André Sogliuzzo) engages in the climactic shootout that ended the 1983 film, except ''this time'' Tony survives and escapes, returning three months later to build his way back up and stop Alejandro Sosa for good.

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!!This game contains examples of the following tropes:

* AdaptationExpansion: Characters who only got a brief mention and/or appearance in the movie such as Gaspar Gomez, the Diaz Brothers and Nacho Contreras feature more prominently and get a lot more lines. Most of them serve as de facto [[MiniBoss Mini Bosses]] standing in Tony's way on the road to Sosa.
* AllStarCast: Aside from Creator/RobertLoggia and Creator/StevenBauer lending voices for the game (though not in the same role as the film), the voice cast also includes Creator/JamesWoods, Creator/AnthonyAnderson, Creator/MichaelYork, Creator/RickyGervais, Creator/OliverPlatt, Creator/RobertDavi, Creator/KevinDillon, Creator/MichaelRapaport and many other notable character actors.
* AnInteriorDesignerIsYou: Not only can you give your mansion different styles, but you can purchase furniture, souvenirs and other knick-knacks - even Manny and Gina's ash urns - and choose where to place them. Humorously, placing the items is done to a Muzak soundtrack - including a version of "She's On Fire".
* AntiHero: Specifically, Tony straddles the line between NominalHero and UnscrupulousHero.
* AffablyEvil: Gaspar Gomez.
* AssassinOutclassin: The prologue mission allows the player (as Tony) to turn around and kill the Skull, who shot Tony from behind in the film.
* AssholeVictim: Alejandro Sosa and Nacho Contreras.
* AuthorityEqualsAsskicking: Sosa can really take a pounding and enemy gang leaders often pack better heat than their underlings.
* BackSeatsAreJustForShow
* {{Badass}}:
** Tony. Who else? he can kill an army of henchmen, survived the shooting of his mansion, was able to deactivate three bombs on a boat, and deals with Sosa single-handedly.
** BadassInANiceSuit: Tony's Enforcer wears a suit with tie, and Tony can get various tieless suits.
* BeefGate: You can access all areas after the first few compulsory missions. However, enemy gangs will have a clear firepower advantage.
* {{BFG}}: Not only can you use the M16+ M203 from the film, but Tony can also use a SAW (and is able to fire it while running) and a four-barreled missile launcher.
* BlandNameProduct: The cars follow this model, though the guns use their real names.
* BondOneLiner: To Gaspar Gomez's security chief, after throwing him off the side of a tall building:
--> '''Tony:''' Adios, amigo.
* BorderPatrol: Spend too long in the water, and Tony will be ''eaten by a shark''!
* BossInMookClothing: Chainsaw users.
* BottomlessBladder: Averted in that Tony can pee behind a dumpster to regain health.
* BottomlessMagazines: In Blind Rage, as well as in the very first mission.
* BlackAndGreyMorality: Along with Sosa, there are drug lords who are even worse than Tony. Special mention include Nacho Contreras and the Diaz brothers.
* BloodierAndGorier: There is much more blood than was shown in the movie, especially when an enemy is running with a chainsaw.
* BraggingRightsReward: Getting OneHundredPercentCompletion gets Tony's ladies to come along as additional firepower. However, by the time they're unlocked, there is very little real opposition left, making it near-useless.
* BriefcaseFullOfMoney: Some gangsters drop these.
* BringIt: You can hit the Taunt button to make Tony talk, and he'll often drop lines of this nature in combat. Doing this fills up your Balls meter, which allows you to enter Blind Rage... in which Tony shouts phrases of the sort automatically.
* BrokenBridge: Averted and played straight.
** You can access all of Miami as soon as the free-roaming becomes possible... but not the relevant plot missions.
** You cannot access the islands until you get the Float Plane.
* CallBack: A spectacular moment with elements of a HannibalLecture and ShutUpHannibal culminates near the end of the game, after Tony has [[spoiler:gunned down Sosa's men at his estate and is literally walking into Sosa's living room for the final showdown and highlights the exact moment in the film where the relationship between Tony and Sosa went irrevocably sour:]]
-->[[spoiler:'''Sosa:''' So... how's this going to work Tony? How do we solve our problem?]]
-->[[spoiler:'''Tony:''' You're going to die Alex, for everything you've done in your entire life.]]
-->[[spoiler:'''Sosa:''' ''(Laughs)'' What about what ''you'' did? I ''told'' you not to fuck me, and ''you did'' Tony.]]
-->[[spoiler:'''Tony:''' There were ''kids'' in the fucking car Alex! Innocent Kids! Huh, what kind of animals you've got working for you?]]
-->[[spoiler:'''Sosa:''' I want to clear something up with you Tony, ''before'' I kill you. When you move 400 kilos a month, it's imperative that [[WouldHurtAChild you]] '''[[WouldHurtAChild do]]'''[[WouldHurtAChild kill children.]] That way, heroes don't get confused and go on ''Series/SixtyMinutes''. They instead crawl back into the hole they came from.]]
-->[[spoiler:'''Tony:''' Hey, Sosa! Maybe it's time for '''you''' to make that crawl huh?]]
* CanonForeigner: Quite a few in the game who play major roles in ''The World is Yours''. For example Felix, who is introduced as one of Tony's most loyal distributors back when the world was his and helps him in his quest to regain it all back from Sosa. Later on in the game Tony is contacted by The Sandman, a Caribbean coca grower who's shown to be a major competitor of Sosa and joins forces with Tony in his RoaringRampageOfRevenge.
* TheCartel: Tony breaks it apart and replaces it with his own organization.
* ChainsawGood: Chainsaws have one-hit-kill power, which works both ways.
* CharlesAtlasSuperpower: Tony is real hard to kill, and the only explanation given for Blind Rage is sheer Balls.
* CheckpointStarvation: A few missions have checkpoints, but it seems to be pretty randomly applied. In particular, getting killed at the end of some of the longer business leads and distribution runs will probably leave some players crying.
* ContinuityNod: The game is full of these.
** Tony meets Coco on referral from Felix at the bar by the Grove. Coco remembers seeing Tony there a long time ago with a "tall, good looking Cuban guy", during the scene from the movie where Tony ''tries'' to show Manny how to put the moves on a woman.
** When Tony meets the Vice squad outside the entrance to his mansion, he mentions how Mel Bernstein tried something similar before that didn't work out for him.
** When Tony talks to the manager of the Sun Ray Hotel in his bid to acquire it, he mentions how he owes it to the memory of his friend Angel to make the place better. If you've seen the movie, you'll know that this is where Angel had a rather nasty encounter with a chainsaw.
** At the end of the final mission, Tony sees one of Sosa's employees begging for his life. Tony seems ready to kill him, and then asks him if he wants a job. This is similar to what happened with Ernie, Frank's former employee after Tony killed Frank.
* CoupDeGrace: You can get Tony to carry out "Executions" by closing into melee range while having a gun out.
* CriticalResearchFailure: The song "Cocaine Blues" is correctly attributed to Johnny Cash, but the version featured in the game is actually a cover by Hank Thompson.
* DeathOrGloryAttack: Laundering money can be this.
* DecapitatedArmy: Unless you kill the gang leader, the gang in question will return.
* DirtyCop: The two Vice cops, who in the JustifiedTutorial section below imply that the whole Vice squad is corrupt as well.
* DudeWheresMyRespect: Subverted, citizens will eventually come to recognize and respect Tony.
* EatsBabies: When they meet in the final mission, Tony asks Gaspar how many babies he's eaten today.
* EnemyChatter
* EscortMission: That VIP in the Babylon Club.
* EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas:
** A continuation from the movie. When Tony finds out his rivals have killed his mother, he sets out to ''murder those responsible with a chainsaw.''
** On a slightly sadder note, one of Tony's death lines is "''I love you, mamá...''"
* EvenEvilHasStandards: Unlike most other videogames of the genre, Tony will outright refuse to shoot an innocent bystander.
* EveryCarIsAPinto: When your car gets shot up enough, it starts on fire. After a few seconds, it ''will'' blow up.
* EveryManHasHisPrice: Bribing gangsters or cops to lower Heat.
* EvilPaysBetter: You have to deal drugs if you want to make money in any reasonable amount of time.
* FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler:Schefield]].
* FisticuffsBoss: Gaspar's head of security and some other characters.
* FixFic
* FollowTheLeader: ''The World Is Yours'' features ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto''-style sandbox play.
* ForWantOfANail: The premise of the spinoff media.
* ForcedLevelGrinding: Building Reputation, money and Balls.
* ForeignCussWord: Often, from both Tony and his foes.
* GoingColdTurkey:
** Tony apparently quit his cocaine habit sometime after the game's opening battle:
-->"Yeyo - that shit make you crazy, man. Never again."
** Of course, he still has no problem ''selling'' it by the truckload.
** [[GameplayandStorySegregation One of Tony's idle animations shows him snorting something, though.]]
* GroinAttack: Hit locations include "Right Nut". Also the left nut. And the groin as separate region itself.
* GunshipRescue: For the enemies.
* HandCannon: The venerable Desert Eagle.
* HeelFaceTurn: Sort of. Tony's still an unrepentant crook by the end of the game, but no longer qualifies as "evil".
* HeroStoleMyBike: A particularly amusing effect of having a high Reputation is that Tony can stand in front of cars and make the driver give them up willingly.
* HundredPercentCompletion: Acquiring everything in the game results in a special congratulatory message and the ability to bring Tony's mistresses on missions as backup.
* HyperactiveMetabolism
* HyperspaceArsenal: Averted. Montana may carry only three types of weapons (four with upgrade) with limited ammo. Where does he [[TrouserSpace hide the bazooka or assault rifle]] is another matter.
* IFoughtTheLawAndTheLawWon: "You're Fucked!"
* IHaveAFamily: After Tony finishes slaughtering his way through Sosa's mansion, a random mook appears and begs for mercy using this. Tony offers him a job.
* IShallTauntYou: You can do so to gain Balls.
* InsurmountableWaistHeightFence: Unlike other games of its ilk, Tony ''can't even jump,'' much less climb.
* ItsUpToYou
* JustifiedTutorial
** The actual tutorial sequence is ostensibly an historical glimpse into Tony's Cuban army past.
** And there's also a brief tutorial on Cop Heat when Tony gets back his mansion that's skillfully portrayed as movie-style dialogue completely within the fourth wall that's also a CallBack:
-->'''Tony:''' The Government not paying you clowns enough?
-->'''"Crockett":''' Hey buddy we're Vice, not some loose knit government agency looking for handouts. You know how this is going to work from here on out, don't you?
-->'''Tony:''' Fuck You. Mel Bernstein tried this shit on me once, and it didn't work out so good for him you know.
-->'''"Tubbs":''' Mel? He wasn't a team player, Montana. You did us ''all'' a favor.
-->'''"Crockett":''' Look Montana, Miami is ''our'' back yard. The people pay us to make sure scumbags like you keep the economy nice and stable. We don't want to get in the way unless you force us to, understand? Our boys in the streets keep tabs on you. You start doing too many things that upset the people, then your Heat goes up. If your Heat gets too high, then we'll be forced to make a house call. So... if you want to keep it cool with us Montana, we suggest you make a donation. ''(Gets in the van)''
-->'''Tony:''' Maybe you two should go home and donate a little something to your wives, you know? ''(Hands over a stack of $10K)'' Relax a little.
-->'''"Tubbs":''' ''(Chuckles as the van starts up and takes off)'' We're watching you boy.
* KleptomaniacHero: Subversion.
* KarmaMeter: "Cop Heat" and "Gang Heat".
* KarmicDeath: Sosa and his henchmen.
* LifeDrain: Available in Blind Rage.
* LimitBreak: Fill up your Balls Meter, and you can hold a button to enter Blind Rage, in which the game temporarily turns into a FPS with an invincible Tony completely slaughtering the enemies, gaining health with each kill.
* LudicrousGibs: If you have a powerful enough weapon (or just a chainsaw), you can brutally dismember legs, arms, and heads, complete with over-the-top sprays of blood.
* MarathonLevel: Sosa's mansion. Drug distribution runs also get lengthy after you need to supply fronts in all four key areas.
* MookChivalry: The game is schizophrenic about this.
** Facing off against Tony's armored, machine-gun mounted SUV while armed only with chainsaws? Okay, sure. But if the last guy does decide to run for it and steal a car and escape, Tony better get him or there will be reinforcements.
** And yet, when Tony is set upon in the abandoned Freedom Town, the mooks gracefully wait for him to defeat the Machete Man. -Then- it's time for a mass charge. Tony has to hunt down someone with a gun and chop them so he stands a ghost of a chance.
* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Tony has such a moment after he escapes the mansion shootout and is laying low out in the boonies.
* MythologyGag: In the movie, Octavo the Clown becomes an unfortunate bystander caught in the crossfire when Tony was ambushed at the Babylon Club. In ''The World is Yours'', Octavo becomes one of the gunmen trying to take Tony out a second time at the Club.
** After acquiring the Oakley Drive-in Theater, Tony tells the manager to have a Bogart week, and start with ''Film/TheTreasureOfTheSierraMadre''. This might be a reference to Paul Monette's novelization of the film, where Tony is mentioned to have watched the same movie while being held at Fort Chaffee.
* NighInvulnerability: In Blind Rage.
* NoGearLevel: Freedomtown Redux starts Tony off with his weapons confiscated, while the start of Sosa's mansion has Tony with almost all of his weapons gone, save the Desert Eagle and rather little ammo.
* NobodyPoops: Averted the same way as BottomlessBladder, above.
* NoAnimalsWereHarmed: The final words of the instruction manual are "The makers of this interactive experience want to personally apologize to any flamingo that was personally offended or traumatized by Tony's comments referring to flamingos and 'pelicans'."
* OneBulletClips: Played straight on foot, subverted in a driveby-capable vehicle.
* OneManArmy: Tony, naturally.
* TheOtherDarrin: André Sogliuzzo as Tony Montana.
* {{Player| Mooks}}/PersonalMook: The Assassin, Enforcer and Driver. The Assassin is featured in one of Tony's Story Missions (U-Gin Shotgun Bar) but otherwise they are each intended for a specific purpose.
** The Assassin can reduce Tony's Cop Heat by pulling off a hit and getting away in time.
** The Enforcer lowers Tony's Gang Heat similarly.
** The Driver's primary job is to make money through [[IncrediblyLamePun Grand]] [[VideoGame/GrandTheftAuto Theft Auto]] and taking the cars to a designated chopshop.
* PsychoStrings: The creepy tune that played whenever Tony noticed a guy hovering around Gina in the movie now plays when Tony goes into his LimitBreak.
* RealSongThemeTune: The song in the opening credits is a remix of Ministry's ''"Burning Inside"''.
* RedemptionEqualsLife, directly contrasting RedemptionEqualsDeath in the movie, as Tony survives the final fight in the movie with lots of bitter lessons in his head.
* RoaringRampageOfRevenge:
** Tony's attack on the Diaz Brothers in response to [[spoiler: their killing of his mother]].
** ''"ˇˇYo Soy El Diablo!!"'' [[ChainsawGood (Tony breaks out the chainsaw.)]]
** In fact, the overall arc of the game after the mansion shootout focuses on one huge RoaringRampageOfRevenge aimed at Sosa.
* ShoutOut: The two Vice cops Tony has to bribe to get his mansion back look an awful lot like [[MiamiVice Crockett and Tubbs]], especially the 2006 versions.
* SimultaneousWarningAndAction
* SloMoBigAir: Sometimes crops up before large "Air Time Bonus".
* SociopathicHero: Tony, more so in the game than in the movie.
* SortingAlgorithmOfWeaponEffectiveness
* StoryDrivenInvulnerability: When you finally fight Gaspar in the final mission, he can take any number of shots as you chase after him until you finally corner him in a certain room.
* SuperCellReception: Having one of the very first satellite phones ever, stolen from a rival crimelord, is vital to the plot and many of the gameplay mechanics. It always works, from inside any building to remote island dirt roads. Possibly handwaved in that if you're a millionaire drug kingpin, you can afford the best.
* SuperMode: Blind Rage, need to fill up meter leads to overlap with LimitBreak.
* TakeCover
* TalkingTheMonsterToDeath: Inverted; you talk to women to recruit them and gain benefits from doing so.
* ATasteOfPower: The first mission, being the film-ending shootout, lets you use Tony's trademark M16+ M203.
* TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything: If you shoot [[spoiler: Sheffield]] in the final mission a cutscene will show Tony blowing him away. If you put your weapon away and hit him, Tony will break his neck instead.
* ThreateningShark: Swim too far out and you'll get chomped by a huge Great White. They're not completely bad, however: you kill [[spoiler: Nacho Contreras]] by shooting him with a sniper rifle while he's swimming, making him bleed. Take a wild guess what happens next. But taking into account that Nacho liked to dump the bodies of local women after beating them dead to the sharks, he was also indirectly [[HoistByHisOwnPetard hoisted by his own petard]].
* TrashTalk: Tony can taunt his enemies to gain Balls towards powering up his [[LimitBreak Blind Rage]]. In addition, each time Tony gains a Reputation Level after the first- by which point he's stolen Gaspar's satellite phone- he'll get a call from Sosa taunting and/or threatening him. Taunting after crashing into another driver (or even being hit while on foot) will also fill up the balls meter.
* UniversalDriversLicense: In addition to cars, Tony also knows how to drive boats and fly planes.
* UnstoppableRage: Played straight in the mansion siege, and then transformed into the LimitBreak.
* TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon: Sosa's mansion.
* VideoGameCrueltyPotential: While you're playing as Tony, he will refuse to shoot any innocents due to his strong (if twisted) moral code. However, once you've bought one of his henchman (Driver, Enforcer and Assassin), there's nothing stopping you from taking control of them and going on a killing spree. Also, the chainsaw lets you cut off specific limbs, so you can either end it quickly with a decapitation or chop off their arms and legs, letting them suffer.
* VillainWithGoodPublicity: Anti-hero, technically, but whatever.
* VillainProtagonist
* WhatIf: The whole premise of the game: What if Tony realized Skull was behind him, [[AssassinOutclassin killed the assassin first]] and managed to escape?
* WideOpenSandbox
* WouldNotShootACivilian: Unlike other games in the genre, you're not allowed to shoot at bystanders. "Accidentally" running over them or catching them in the blast radius of AOE weapons is another thing though.
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