Mafia City is rough around the edges in many places, but I feel that it knock it out of the park when it comes to vibe. Mafia Online Game,The biggest part of this comes from the amazing soundtrack. Experienced via jukeboxes, table radios, and car radios, the game’s music might be the finest collection of licensed music ever assembled in a video game. Radio stations provide a great mix of doo wop, country, soul, R&B, pop, and late-60s psych that is always working to enhance the vibe. DJ chatter and advertisements between songs help to build up the world and sometimes bolster the narrative.


While no music plays while you stroll around in the open world, you will hear tunes from passing cars, in diners, or from tabletop radios spread around New Orleans. Some missions are greatly enhanced by this rather than using orchestration or some other type of scoring. There was one standout moment in particular where I was tasked with rescuing a guy being tortured by some wiseguys in a shanty settlement deep in the bayou swamp. It was the middle of the night and the only illumination was from a few dirty bulbs hanging on porches or what could be emanating from windows. I silently made my way through 10-12 thugs with a silenced pistol while the radio used by the crew to cover up the screams of the captive was blaring Iron Butterfly’s In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida. Anyone familiar with the song knows that its signature riff is capable of eliciting ominous vibes, even without the backdrop of a gator-filled swamp at midnight.

As I moved closer to the shack where the prisoner was being held, the sound of the song grew louder, serving to ratchet up the tension and make the world feel more real. I choked out one of the thugs and dropped the body into the shallow water below the rickety docks supporting the shacks.


Author: SmallSheepDudugo