Mafia City H5 is one of the most promising new games ON YOTTAGAMES
Posted by karoniee on June 8th, 2018
Mafia City H5 is one of the most promising new games being shown at YOTTAGAMES. I've still got a lot of questions, but I'm hopeful that its new developers know what they're doing. Hangar 13 has found a great way to rejuvenate the series, but it still feels like a Mafia game. We've seen the tale of the Italian Mafia told many times over. Now it's time to let someone else start a family.
This city is more dangerous than a jail and it basically is one. Wanna know what the citizens here call this place? The Devil's Playground, Mafia City. A city that is crawling with criminals and dangerous mafia families. There is a police force in the city but it's not the best. One moment the cop tells you he's fighting for you, the next day you're in a dumpster.
And, for the last two hours, I feel like this is all I’ve been doing. After a very plot-heavy first few acts, it feels like ages since I saw the last cutscene or story mission. Hopefully the racket system isn’t the whole game.
An unexpected betrayal is when Mafia City begins to lose its way, and the promise of those early hours fades.
Your defensive structures will ideally follow, and after that, order wouldn’t matter that much anymore. Then again, it might, as upgrading your mansion wouldn’t be necessary until the later stages of the game. It’s recommended that you level up your mansion once all other buildings have fully been upgraded.
Training Centres; Range, Barrack, Paddock
Having a seamless world to roam around in does increase the system requirements, and here Mafia City H5 is a real doozy. The minimum reqs ask for a Core i5-2500K or FX-8120 for the CPU, and an HD 7870 or GTX 660 graphics card. I suspect the CPU is less of a factor with older graphics cards (more on this later), but don't expect mainstream GPUs from several years ago to run the game well. The recommended hardware consists of a Core i7-3770 or better, and an R9 290X or GTX 780 / GTX 1060 GPU. Ouch.
Still, I’m enjoying my time in New Bordeaux, mainly because of the setting. The graphics don’t have the high-end sparkle of something like Grand Theft Auto 5, but it makes up for it with detailed world-building, excellent sound design, and some impressive lighting—especially in the rain at night.
Another statement on the Mafia City H5 website indicates that the promised patch will arrive sooner than we might have expected
Mafia City official site ( Yotta game studio)