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The Godfather Don 39;s Edition


The Godfather: The Don's Edition - A Review of the PS3 Exclusive Version of the Classic Mob Game




If you are a fan of The Godfather movie trilogy, you might be interested in playing a video game that lets you experience the life of a mobster in 1940s New York. One such game is The Godfather: The Don's Edition, a version of The Godfather: The Game that was released only for the PlayStation 3 in 2007. This game is not just a port of the original game that came out for other platforms in 2006, but a reworked and enhanced edition that adds new content, features, and gameplay mechanics. In this article, we will review The Godfather: The Don's Edition and see what makes it different from other versions of the game, as well as its pros and cons.


Introduction




The Godfather: The Don's Edition is an action-adventure game that is based on the first movie of The Godfather trilogy, directed by Francis Ford Coppola and starring Marlon Brando, Al Pacino, James Caan, Robert Duvall, and others. The game follows a young hoodlum from Brooklyn who joins the Corleone crime family and rises through its ranks as he participates in key events from the movie, as well as new missions that expand on its story. The game also lets the player explore a large open-world map of New York City in different time periods (1936-1955), where they can take over businesses, rackets, hubs, and territories from rival gangs. The game also features a character customization system, a weapon upgrade system, a crew management system, and a reputation system that affects how other characters react to the player.




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The Godfather: The Don's Edition is different from other versions of The Godfather: The Game in several ways. First of all, it makes use of the PS3's Sixaxis controller and motion controls to perform various actions in the game, such as choking enemies, throwing bombs, steering cars, aiming guns, etc. Second, it adds new missions, hit contracts, favor missions, blackmail missions, crew members, weapons, melee attacks, execution styles , and safehouses to the game, making it more varied and content-rich. Third, it improves the graphics, sound, and performance of the game, making it more realistic and immersive. Fourth, it adds a new "Don's View" mode, where the player can oversee their empire and plan their strategy from a bird's-eye perspective. Fifth, it adds a new "Corleone Challenges" mode, where the player can compete in various mini-games and challenges to earn money and respect.


Story and Characters




The Godfather: The Don's Edition follows the same story as The Godfather movie, but with some changes and additions. The game starts with the player creating their own character, choosing their name, appearance, voice, and background. The player then witnesses the murder of their father by a rival gangster, and is saved by Luca Brasi, a loyal enforcer of Don Vito Corleone. Luca introduces the player to Tom Hagen, the consigliere of the Corleone family, who offers the player a chance to join them and avenge their father. The player then meets Sonny Corleone, the hot-headed eldest son of Don Vito, who assigns the player various tasks and missions to prove their loyalty and skills. The player also meets Michael Corleone, the youngest son of Don Vito, who initially wants nothing to do with the family business, but later becomes its leader after a series of events. The player also meets other characters from the movie, such as Clemenza, Tessio, Rocco, Fredo, Kay, Apollonia, Sollozzo, McCluskey, Barzini, Tattaglia, Cuneo, Stracci, Woltz, Fanucci, Moe Greene, Hyman Roth, Frankie Pentangeli, Tommasino, and others.


The game follows the main plot points of the movie, such as the wedding of Connie Corleone and Carlo Rizzi, the assassination attempt on Don Vito Corleone by Sollozzo and McCluskey, the revenge killing of Sollozzo and McCluskey by Michael Corleone in a restaurant, the war between the Five Families of New York, the murder of Sonny Corleone at a toll booth by Barzini's men, the exile of Michael Corleone to Sicily and his marriage to Apollonia Vitelli, the death of Apollonia by a car bomb meant for Michael Corleone by Barzini's men, the return of Michael Corleone to New York and his reunion with Kay Adams, the death of Don Vito Corleone by natural causes, the baptism of Michael Corleone's nephew and godson, and the simultaneous execution of the heads of the other Four Families and other enemies of the Corleone family by Michael Corleone's orders. The game also adds new missions and events that are not in the movie, such as robbing banks, hijacking trucks, extorting shopkeepers, bribing cops, planting bombs, kidnapping rivals, assassinating targets, rescuing allies, infiltrating compounds, sabotaging operations, and more. The game also allows the player to make some choices that affect the outcome of certain missions and the fate of certain characters.


The game's story and characters are well-written and well-acted, capturing the essence and spirit of the movie. The game also respects the fans of the movie by including many references, easter eggs, and trivia from the movie. The game also expands on the movie's universe and lore by adding new locations, characters, events, and details that enrich the game's world. The game also gives the player some freedom and agency to shape their own story and character within the framework of the movie's plot.


Gameplay and Mechanics




The Godfather: The Don's Edition is an action-adventure game that combines various gameplay elements and mechanics from different genres. The game uses a third-person perspective and a free-roaming camera that allows the player to explore the game's world. The game also uses a HUD that displays the player's health, ammo, money, respect, map, objectives, and other information.


The game makes use of the PS3's Sixaxis controller and motion controls to perform various actions in the game. For example, the player can tilt the controller to steer cars, aim guns, throw bombs, etc. The player can also shake the controller to choke enemies, break free from grabs, reload weapons, etc. The player can also use the controller's buttons and analog sticks to perform other actions such as running, jumping, crouching, punching, kicking, grabbing, throwing, shooting, etc. The game also uses a context-sensitive system that allows the player to interact with various objects and characters in the game world, such as opening doors, picking up items, talking to people, etc.


The game enables the player to explore 1940s New York and take over businesses, rackets, and hubs from rival gangs. The game features a large open-world map that is divided into several neighborhoods, such as Little Italy, Brooklyn, Midtown, Hell's Kitchen, New Jersey, etc. Each neighborhood has its own characteristics, landmarks, and atmosphere. The player can travel between neighborhoods by foot, car, taxi, or train. The player can also enter various buildings and interiors, such as shops, bars, restaurants, hotels, warehouses, mansions, etc. The player can take over businesses by extorting the owners or destroying their property. The player can take over rackets by eliminating the guards or bribing them. The player can take over hubs by completing missions or killing the boss. Taking over businesses, rackets, and hubs gives the player money, respect, and influence in the neighborhood. The player can also encounter random events and encounters in the game world, such as street fights, car chases, ambushes, police raids, etc.


The game implements combat, stealth, driving, and shooting mechanics. The game features a melee combat system that allows the player to use various punches, kicks, grabs, throws, and execution styles to fight enemies. The game also features a weapon combat system that allows the player to use various guns, knives, bats, bombs, and molotov cocktails to fight enemies. The game also features a stealth system that allows the player to sneak, hide, distract, and silently kill enemies. The game also features a driving system that allows the player to drive various cars, trucks, and motorcycles in the game world. The game also features a shooting system that allows the player to aim, shoot, reload, and cover with various guns in the game world.


The game enables the player to customize their character, weapons, and crew. The game features a character customization system that allows the player to change their appearance, clothes, accessories, and voice throughout the game. The game also features a weapon upgrade system that allows the player to buy, sell, and upgrade various weapons in the game. The game also features a crew management system that allows the player to recruit, train, equip, and command various crew members in the game. The player can also assign crew members to guard their businesses, rackets, and hubs.


Graphics and Sound




The Godfather: The Don's Edition looks and sounds good on the PS3. The game features realistic graphics that depict 1940s New York with detail and authenticity. The game also features cinematic cutscenes that recreate scenes from the movie with high-quality animations and models. The game also features dynamic lighting, shadows, weather, and physics effects that enhance the game's visuals. The game also features a day-night cycle that changes the game's mood and atmosphere.


The game features excellent sound that immerses the player in the game's world. The game features original voice acting from some of the actors from the movie, such as James Caan, Robert Duvall, Abe Vigoda, etc. The game also features new voice acting from other actors who portra


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