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The Godfather: The Blackhand Edition

Release Date: 03/20/2007
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Used games include game, cover art, and case. Bonus downloadable or promotional content may have already been redeemed. Cleaning and repair was done as required. Game data from previous use may be present, but can be overwritten or deleted.

EA Games makes an offer it hopes fans of Mafioso mythology cannot refuse, in this video game translation of the award-winning 1972 +Francis Ford Coppola film. Players take the role of a small-time thug, newly inducted into the Corleone family and looking to make it big. By running missions for the family in the game's rendition of 1940s New York City, players can earn the respect of the family and be promoted to positions of power and influence in the organization. The game is designed to track the player's decisions and interactions throughout the criminal career, such that NPCs will remember how they were treated in the past and react appropriately in future dealings. In order to encourage players to truly take on the role of their own Corleone henchman, EA Games' The Godfather offers a "MobFace" custom character creator which allows for adjustment of physique, facial features, and attire. All other major characters featured in the game are voiced by the actors who played them in the movie, including +Marlon Brando (posthumously) as Don Vito Corleone, +James Caan as Sonny Corleone, and +Robert Duvall as consigliore Tom Hagen. The Wii version of the game features a few upgrades in terms of environment and gameplay. Gamers direct the actions of their onscreen character with the Nunchuk and the Wii Remote; using a variety of hand gestures to accomplish such tasks as fighting back, strangling someone, using a shotgun, driving, and pushing people out of the way. Players now have a choice of professions, and they may walk the path of an Enforcer or direct from the shadows as an Operator. Each career comes with a unique skill tree where players can learn new abilities and gain greater control over character upgrades. As they journey through the game, players will find themselves in a variety of environments including rooftops, a shipyard, and a train station. Gamers may take over the transportation hubs to earn a little loot with the help of a paid police force or a Corleone hit squad. Additionally, players may wire cars with bombs and watch their enemies go up in a giant ball of fire.


    Control Stick = move
    Z Button (hold) = lock-on
    B Button (hold) = grab opponent
    C Button (tap) = reveal or conceal weapon
    C Button (hold) + Control Stick or Control Pad = select weapon
    Control Pad = camera
    B Button = shoot, grab, throw item, drop TNT or bomb
    A Button = talk, action, vault over object, grab bottle
    A Button (hold) = sprint
    + Button = toggle free aim mode
    1 Button = pause
    2 Button (hold) = notepad
    - Button = crouch, wall cover


    Remote Twist Clockwise = open door
    Nunchuk Swing Right = reload weapon
    A Button (hold) = reveal available execution gesture


    A Button = enter or exit vehicle
    Control Stick = steer
    B Button = accelerate
    Z Button = brake, reverse
    C Button = handbrake
    Nunchuk Move Forward = honk horn
    + or - Button = toggle crew car shooting position
    Control Pad Left or Right = move camera
    Control Pad Down (hold) = rear view
    Control Pad Up = change camera ~ Keith Adams, All Game Guide
  • Platform: Nintendo Wii
  • Release Date: March 20, 2007
  • UPC: 014633156379
  • Product ID: 2672865
  • Genre: Action

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