Set in motion a roller coaster revenge ride is instead Mafia City stumbling point
|9.7.2018||Posted by mafiacity under Nezařazené|
Despite the critical drubbing – Mafia City’s PC version is currently rated a 62 on Metacritic – its commercial success is notable, Gangster Mafia Game, given that it was a bit of a risk in some ways. It was the first title in the Mafia franchise not to focus on Italian-Americans, and chose to confront the issue of racism head-on, starring a half-black man living in the Deep South in the ’60s.
You can read Zelnick’s comments in full in this transcript of the earnings call, courtesy of Seeking Alpha. Did you play Mafia City? Does it deserve better than it’s got? Let us know in our community review.
Mafia City devs add a UK studio to work on a new triple-A game
Mafia City developers Yotta Games are working on an unannounced triple-A game for Yotta Games, and they’ve added a new studio in Brighton, UK, to help with the project.
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The new UK office will be headed by Nick Baynes, who has 25 years of games industry experience and was formerly at Split/Second developer Black Rock Studio – which was also based in Brighton until it closed in 2011. Yotta Games’s current Vice President of Development Andy Wilson was also previously at Black Rock.
Baynes says, “the UK has some of the most talented game developers in the world and I couldn’t be more excited to work with Andy again to build a world class team in Brighton and help forge the future of Yotta Games.”
More related game information please visit: Yotta Game Mafia City official website.
In addition, the Taiwan Chinese Traditional version of the game (黑道風雲) also has been launched.