The Godfather Review

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The Godfather: Five Families is a free-to-play Massive Multiplayer Online Real Time Strategy game by Kabam. In a crime infested New York, you must help your family rise to power and take control of the Mafia underworld.

You start the game as a petty neighborhood boss with a burnt down estate that you have to rebuild. There are five families to choose from and a helpful tutorial to teach you the basics. The game features a clean interface with nice 2D graphics and amazing music that consists of well-known themes from the Godfather movie.

Most of the time you build and upgrade structures, train units and complete a plethora of missions. And of course in certain occasions you will need to bash some heads. Combat is pretty simple. You gather information about your opponents’ strength and defenses and then you assemble a fighting unit to subdue them and conquer their territory. There is a great variety of units with specific roles and this allows you to create a team that best suits your needs. The main goal of the game is to become strong enough and take over as more neighborhoods as possible.

In conclusion, The Godfather: Five Families is a nice looking strategy game with amazing music, linear gameplay and a good story that will keep you entertained for a long time.

7.6

Good

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