Again, just like the retail game, you have forced stealth missions, stupid AI that will chase you into shops and then forget about you, and really dated cover and shoot mechanics. Also, did I mention…. Where Vito got into car chases, Joe has car chases over breaking frozen lakes, skidding across ice flows to slam his prey into the perishing deep. We recommend By Zergnet. Trouble is, when you do catch him, he just sits in the car like a spud and lets you cap him in the head. Joe is very much his own man, and this is very much his own game.
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Infiltrating the icy enemy hideout was a genuinely satisfying creep-and-kill experience, our carefully chosen paths between cover and gangster line-of-sight rewarded with plenty of opportunities for satisfying environmental offings.
Mafia 2: Joe’s Adventures – The biggest and best DLC since Grand Theft Auto IV? | GamesRadar+
Where Vito got into car chases, Joe has car chases over breaking frozen lakes, skidding across ice flows to slam his prey into the perishing deep. Soon, you’re just a hefty man running around doing missions for some silly reason or another.
Also, there are now proper stealth missions. And speaking jose Joe himself…. Forget your preconceptions of narrative DLC.
Mafia2 dabbled with stealth a little, but only for brief periods before it all inevitably went the way of the blam. We get a few cutscenes in the beginning of the game, but then you start getting the static screens that introduce missions advwntures text — the storytelling flair disappears. Trouble is, when you do catch him, he just nafia in the car like a spud and lets madia cap him in the head.
You’ll play as the fat man as you set out to exact revenge on the stool pigeon that sent Mafia 2 joes adventures dlc away, and then you’ll just continue doing tasks for the seedy individuals you work for as the story unfolds. Joe’s Adventures is rather simple — there’s nothing compelling about it.
Mafia II: Joe’s Adventure Review – IGN
There are still cars to drive and oldies to listen to, but wdventures all feels like well-worn territory. Joe isn’t getting the attention Vito’s tale did. It’s a letdown and I never adventtures like I had to know what was going to happen next.
When Mafia II was originally released, I reviewed it and gave it a 7. He doesn’t fight or react like a real person. PS3 PC Xbox Joe however, despite his bulk, gets the sneaking right.
Joe is very much his own man, and this is very much his own game. Some of these are cool mafia 2 joes adventures dlc shake up the Mafia II formula. Think of it as Mafia 2.
It even feels cold. The problem with Mafia II: We recommend By Zergnet. At one point, you’re driving across a frozen lake as you chase your target.
No weedy sleeper holds for Joe. The DLC is stuck not knowing what it really wants to do — it’s somewhere between the disc-based game and the arcade DLC that has come before. So almost a sequel, but not quite.
It brings new areas, new game mechanics, and eight new hours of gameplay, making it the biggest and most complete DLC offering since Rockstar gave Liberty Citytwo new episodes. Joe’s Adventures starts on a high note and seems like it’s going to address those issues, but then it sinks back into the same old same old.
I’d love to get a compelling Joe story that has some substance like the one told in mafia 2 joes adventures dlc proper Mafia II game, but that doesn’t happen here. You need to zig and zag around gaps in the ice and catch up to the bad guy.
Again, just like the retail game, you have forced stealth missions, stupid AI that will chase you into shops and then forget about you, and really dated cover and shoot mechanics. With the story feeling, well, nonexistent, you’re left to rely on Mafia II’s stiff gameplay. For a start, he comes packing his own melee moves, adventure proves maffia handier than Vito in terms of the old punchy-smashy.