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Scarface: The World Is Yours

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Also on:PS2, Xbox
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posted by DJGRAW (LAS VEGAS, NV) Jan 17, 2008

Member since Nov 2007

13 out of 13 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

Scarface has to be the best game ever that deals with guns, drugs, and money. It evens tops any GTA game ever to come out, including Vice City. Scarface Aspects:
Good: 1)Voice Acting. The Voices are amazing and even though Tony is not played by superstar Al Pacino, The Voice is so good you wouldn't be able to tell the difference.
2) Storyline. Scarface has a long storyline that goes beyond expectations. Many side missions and main missions and the ability to freely move is awesome.
3) Graphics. The Graphics are amazing especially when it comes to jaggies and having a smooth texture. especially on the cinema parts, the graphics are really solid.
1) Nothing. Everything is perfect about this game. There are no glitches(that i've come across), no freezing, nothing.
Unless you are not into gang violence and killing people for no reason, jacking people's cars, selling drugs to dealers then killing them so you get more money and extra drugs to sell, having fun, then This game is the one that you want. This game will keep you in suspense and constantly playing. Just don't forget to SLEEP!!!

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We love this game!

posted by nongamers (HOMESTEAD, FL) Aug 27, 2008

Member since Aug 2008

8 out of 8 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

My husband and I are not gamers, we are Wii'ers! We have not made it through this game because we can't stop taunting people. This game is so much fun it will probably be years before we actually complete it but we don't care.

There are so few mature games for the Wii that this was a must try and we are glad we did. We live in Miami so that makes this game even more fun for us.

It requires lots of button pushing which I can live without but in order for a game to be good you have to push a lot of buttons.

We recommend this for the hardcore gamer to the Wii'er and everybody in between. If you ever wanted to taunt somebody then waste them with a rocket launcher, this is your game!

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Very Good

One of the best GTA knockoffs...

posted by OrsonWilde (DURHAM, ME) Jan 30, 2008

Member since Dec 2006

6 out of 6 gamers (100%) found this review helpful

I bought GTA: Vice City the day it came out and it consumed my life for quite some time afterward. Scarface has done the same. Although it is a blatant GTA ripoff, it's a good ripoff. The missions are varied, the gunplay is awesome, and the world is rather big. Scarface succeeds where others fail by adding unique twists to the standard GTA gameplay. Buying "Exotics" (ranging from cars to furniture for your mansion) to increase your experience points, haggling over the best interest rate for your laundered money, intimidating gangs so they won't step up to you in the city, and (now get this) your behavior determines if the police come after you with guns blazing. You walk around town with you M-16 out, the cops take notice. You run over a family of 5, the cops take notice. However, if you are in the middle of nowhere, you could drop shells left and right and the cops might never show up. Along those lines, if your wreck a car, you have to pay to repair it before you use it again. Your driver will bring what ever car you own to your location (with a trunk full of goodies that go boom) with a single call. For the most part, the days of jacking cars to get from point A to point B are over with what Scarface brings to the table. If you are looking for the excitement you felt with the early GTA games, give Scarface a shot. The only downside of the game is there are no collectibles to gather. No GTAesque hidden packages that would require you to explore every nook and cranny of the Scarface world. Everything you need is either bought or unlocked as the game progresses. Give it a go and watch out for the chainsaws.

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