The Godfather II for PC
PC - Windows

The Godfather II

Apr 7, 2009
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About this game

Developer: Visceral Games
Content Rating: Mature


After being promoted by Michael Corleone to Don of New York, players expand to new cities, as they build up their families through extorting businesses, monopolizing illegal crime rings and defeating new families in an effort to become the most powerful mob family in America. To help players manage their empire, The Godfather II introduces "The Don's View" -- an innovative strategy meta-game that allows players to oversee the entire world as they grow the family business. Using the Don's View, players will be able to build, defend and expand their crime rings, while keeping an eye on the movements and plans of the rival families.

Gamer Reviews

271 Reviews
1 review
Jun 29, 2019

Don't be put off by the fact this is a movie licenced game, this thing slaps. The story of this game is more or less irrelevant, don't worry about it, what matters is this game's excellent open world management system. TGF2 is an open world sandbox game in the same vein as Saints Row or GTA, but what makes it special is the mafia management system included. As the don of your own mob, you and your goons have to shakedown business for protection money, and capture rival family rackets for theirs. After the racket is your's, you need to decide what to do with this fresh new stream of cash. This can be used to upgrade you and your closest goons, but also for hiring guards to protect your newly secured rackets. It's an extremely engaging system which really gives you this sense that your power is expanding, and that your family is becoming this underground levithan. I fucking love it bro, absolutely marvelous. The melee fighting's good too, kinda deep, lets you fuck around a bit. Other than these two things, everything else is meh, hence no perfect score, but I still love this game nonetheless.


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Critic Reviews

7 Reviews
Justin CalvertApr 07, 2009
Even looking past these anomalies, all you're going to find is repetitive, unsatisfying gameplay in an illogical, inconsistent world. The Godfather II should have been an offer impossible to refuse, but like Michael's brother Fredo, this one will break your heart.
Neon KellyApr 07, 2009
In short doses Godfather II can be an absolute hoot, but sadly its shortcomings become more and more obvious the longer you spend with it.
Joe VargasApr 28, 2009