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Thursday, 27 October 2011

Mafia 2 Highly compressed

   Mafia 2 |Nice Game| {4.58 MB}


He game starts with Vito and his best friend Joe Barbaro being caught during a robbery on a jewellery store. Faced with the choice of prison or the Army, Vito enlists into the Army and takes part in Operation Husky, freeing Sicily with the help of Don Calo, the resident Mafia boss. In 1945, he gets injured and transfers back to Empire Bay, managing to avoid having to go back thanks to forged release papers provided by Joe's friend Giuseppe.

Discovering that his sister is struggling to pay back a loan shark, Vito reluctantly agrees to work with Joe on some illegal dealings and he comes in touch with Henry Tommasino, who is part of the Clemente family. Henry provides them with assignments, including stealing fuel stamps and robberies. Vito is betrayed by one of the clerks he sold the stamps to however and is sentenced to 10 years in jail where he meets Leo Galante, consigliere to the Vinci family. Vito gets released early in 1951 due to Leo's help and he and Joe get accepted into the Falcone family, who Joe worked for since Vito's imprisonment. Together they kill Alberto Clemente, their former boss, for betraying them.

Vito, Henry and Joe then try to run drugs, buying from the Chinese and selling it in the ghetto. However, Henry is killed soon afterwards and after Joe and Vito seek revenge on the Chinese for killing him, only to discover that Henry was a government informer. The Chinese then blame the Italians, especially Don Vinci, for their losses, who in turn kidnaps Joe to find out what happened. Vito manages to free Joe but soon both remaining families find out what happened. Leo offers Vito a chance to redeem himself by killing Falcone which he does with help from Joe, whom Falcone tried to turn. The games ends with them driving away in different cars, as Leo Galante tells Vito "Sorry kid, Joe wasn't part of the deal", leaving the fate of both characters unrevealed.
He game starts with Vito and his best friend Joe Barbaro being caught during a robbery on a jewellery store. Faced with the choice of prison or the Army, Vito enlists into the Army and takes part in Operation Husky, freeing Sicily with the help of Don Calo, the resident Mafia boss. In 1945, he gets injured and transfers back to Empire Bay, managing to avoid having to go back thanks to forged release papers provided by Joe's friend Giuseppe.

Discovering that his sister is struggling to pay back a loan shark, Vito reluctantly agrees to work with Joe on some illegal dealings and he comes in touch with Henry Tommasino, who is part of the Clemente family. Henry provides them with assignments, including stealing fuel stamps and robberies. Vito is betrayed by one of the clerks he sold the stamps to however and is sentenced to 10 years in jail where he meets Leo Galante, consigliere to the Vinci family. Vito gets released early in 1951 due to Leo's help and he and Joe get accepted into the Falcone family, who Joe worked for since Vito's imprisonment. Together they kill Alberto Clemente, their former boss, for betraying them.

Vito, Henry and Joe then try to run drugs, buying from the Chinese and selling it in the ghetto. However, Henry is killed soon afterwards and after Joe and Vito seek revenge on the Chinese for killing him, only to discover that Henry was a government informer. The Chinese then blame the Italians, especially Don Vinci, for their losses, who in turn kidnaps Joe to find out what happened. Vito manages to free Joe but soon both remaining families find out what happened. Leo offers Vito a chance to redeem himself by killing Falcone which he does with help from Joe, whom Falcone tried to turn. The games ends with them driving away in different cars, as Leo Galante tells Vito "Sorry kid, Joe wasn't part of the deal", leaving the fate of both characters unrevealed.
                                                         Mafia 2 |Nice Game| {4.58 MB}He game starts with Vito and his best friend Joe Barbaro being caught during a robbery on a jewellery store. Faced with the choice of prison or the Army, Vito enlists into the Army and takes part in Operation Husky, freeing Sicily with the help of Don Calo, the resident Mafia boss. In 1945, he gets injured and transfers back to Empire Bay, managing to avoid having to go back thanks to forged release papers provided by Joe's friend Giuseppe.

Discovering that his sister is struggling to pay back a loan shark, Vito reluctantly agrees to work with Joe on some illegal dealings and he comes in touch with Henry Tommasino, who is part of the Clemente family. Henry provides them with assignments, including stealing fuel stamps and robberies. Vito is betrayed by one of the clerks he sold the stamps to however and is sentenced to 10 years in jail where he meets Leo Galante, consigliere to the Vinci family. Vito gets released early in 1951 due to Leo's help and he and Joe get accepted into the Falcone family, who Joe worked for since Vito's imprisonment. Together they kill Alberto Clemente, their former boss, for betraying them.

Vito, Henry and Joe then try to run drugs, buying from the Chinese and selling it in the ghetto. However, Henry is killed soon afterwards and after Joe and Vito seek revenge on the Chinese for killing him, only to discover that Henry was a government informer. The Chinese then blame the Italians, especially Don Vinci, for their losses, who in turn kidnaps Joe to find out what happened. Vito manages to free Joe but soon both remaining families find out what happened. Leo offers Vito a chance to redeem himself by killing Falcone which he does with help from Joe, whom Falcone tried to turn. The games ends with them driving away in different cars, as Leo Galante tells Vito "Sorry kid, Joe wasn't part of the deal", leaving the fate of both characters unrevealed.








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