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Mafia II (or Mafia 2) is an upcoming 2009 sandbox-style third-person shooter video game which is the sequel to Mafia: The City of Lost Heaven. It is being developed by 2K Czech, previously known as Illusion Softworks,[1] and will be published by 2K Games. Development of Mafia 2 was announced on August 21, 2007 at the Leipzig Games Convention.[2] The game will be set in the 1940s and '50s in the fictional Empire City (a reference to New York's state nickname "The Empire State")[3] and will be available for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. It is set to be released sometime in Take-Two's 2009 fiscal year, which runs from November 1, 2008 to October 31, 2009




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# Readable newspapers to learn about recent news between 1945 and the early 1950s.

# A completely open-ended game map of 10 square miles. No restrictions are included from the start of the game.

# Cars will play a central role, based on models of the time, and changing with the era.

# Laws, including traffic, must be obeyed, but the police interaction will be toned down compared to the original.

# Although fictional, Empire City will feature sights such as the Brooklyn Bridge and the Empire State Building.

# The player can get "very high" in the city, adding a possible vertical element.

# The player will be able to buy a home where they can store gear and use as a home base.

# Restaurants will be accessible to buy food and drinks to increase health

# Stolen cars can now be upgraded at the "Empire Automobile Shop"; engines can be replaced, cars can be resprayed, and interior can be refitted, to name a few.

# Things such as sink faucets/taps, switches, bottles, and chairs will all be interactive, as well as radios that the player can turn on to hear a few licensed period tunes.

# Cars can suffer panel damage, get dirty and explode. They can also run out of fuel therefore you have to keep them fueled up.

# NPCs will smoke, read newspapers, and wait for buses, while homeless people search through nearby garbage bins.

# Interacting with objects in the environment involves two action buttons- a standard and a "violent" option- used in context-sensitive situations.

# A map will be included as in the original.

# The checkpoint system has been completely overhauled.

# Gyms will be accessible to unlock new combos and fighting styles.

# As seen in screenshots, Vito will be able to hail taxi cabs and they will take him wherever he wants.

# Trunks can open, and weapons and bodies may be stashed there.

# The player will own their own car which comes with a personalized number plate.

# Vito can go into clothing stores and purchase different outfits.[citation needed]

# Several period motorcycles are featuring in game


Site:  http://www.mafia2game.com/ <-- Here u can check more vids etc

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