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The Godfather II Reviews
|website||score||publish date||article quality|
|GameDaily||8/10||Apr 09 '09|
|GameSpot||4.5/10||Apr 08 '09|
|GameZone||7.1/10||Apr 07 '09|
|HonestGamers.com||6/10||Jul 07 '10|
|IGN PS3||7.7/10||Apr 07 '09|
|Computer and Video Games||7.0/10||Apr 08 '09|
|Destructoid||7.5/10||Apr 09 '09|
|Gamespy||2/5||Apr 10 '09|
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The Godfather II Previews
|website||publish date||article rating|
|GameDaily||Aug 15 '08|
|Gamer 2.0||Dec 04 '08|
|GameShark.com||Dec 19 '08|
|GameShark.com||Aug 20 '08|
|GameSpot||Mar 18 '09|
|Gamespy||Aug 15 '08|
|GameZone||Aug 18 '08|
|GameZone||Jan 20 '09|
|IGN||Aug 14 '08|
|IGN PS3||Mar 19 '09|
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"Gear yourself up for sun, sea, sex and shootouts as the Family heads to glamorous Miami to settle old scores"
"While Electronic Arts’ Godfather II shares a name with the 1974 film, it’s a bit unfair to compare the two. Francis Ford Coppola's sequel is widely considered one of the greatest film..."
"Unfortunately, rather than help me see the game through, the ease helped me second guess it instead. There'll be a showdown, it will be anticlimactic and I'll win without any fear of defeat. Battles are won before a single shot is fired, business taken without so much as a pride-obliterating pimp slap and the game completed without effort or, ultimately, interest."
"The Godfather II places an interesting spin on the second film in the acclaimed series, adding emphasis on both strategy and action elements to give you a sense of what it's like to create and control your own empire. Multiplayer also puts a creative spin on using your henchmen to gain money and even items for your soldiers. However, players of action or strategy games of any variety will blow through this title thanks to the lack of difficulty in the single player campaign, and probably will only turn to the multiplayer once they've beaten the game, since they won't need to increase their henchmen's skills. It's still fun and has almost all of the elements of a great game, but until a harder difficulty level is added (which, fingers crossed, would occur with a future download or patch), The Godfather II falls a tad bit short."