Still cant believe that Mafia 3 Talks about 1960s Vietnam War and Racism in New Orleans.
Mafia Wars is a web game that is played by over 19 million users. But do you believe that this favorite game would give time to focus on the Italian mob? It is all about 1960 in New Orleans, Lincoln Clay, the Mafia III star, is a black Vietnam expert who happens to be an orphan. Without a family on his side, Lincoln joined up with the black mob in New Orleans. Even though the black mob had ties, there was a falling out. Mafia III’s idea is simple, if you summarize it. For the Mafia, it is a game that’s been set in an age when racial tension was very high in America. It is the time when Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was being assassinated. It is also the time when the people in public wanted to end their struggles in Vietnam.
The proof of these issues was apparent in the latest game demonstration as seen by the Mafia III’s showcasing version of the New Orleans. The “Wage Peace” could also be seen as a spray being painted on walls. After the demo is being concluded, the author had a mixed feeling. In fact, the author wanted to know more about the life of Lincoln and wanted to deal with a never-ending stream of adversity. The fact that the story is new and fascinating, the gameplay becomes too familiar and explosive.
The importance of family has been tackled because the name of the game is all bout creating as many relationships as possible with high powered active friends. The relationships need to be cultivated. When you become powerful and big, you can pick on frail opponents.
The fact that Mafia 3 Talks about 1960s Vietnam War and Racism in New Orleans makes this an interesting story-line for a game. Such a sensitive topic in a game can be a positive it done correctly and given that I am a massive fan of the Mafia series, I am in huge anticipation for the release of Mafia 3.