Mafia: The City of Lost Heaven (2002) Online
In 1938, a respected mafioso named Tommy Angeleo makes contact with a police detective to what he never thought he would do, tell his story for the police. In his memories, you play Tommy as you rise from an ordinary taxi driver to a respected member of the local mob and sink into the cycle of violence and betrayal.
|Cast overview, first billed only:|
|Michael Sorvino||-||Tommy (voice) (as Mike Sorvino)|
|William DeMeo||-||Paulie (voice)|
|George DiCenzo||-||Salieri (voice)|
|Matt Servitto||-||Sam (voice)|
|Dan Grimaldi||-||Frank (voice)|
|John Tormey||-||Vincenzo (voice)|
|Jeff Gurner||-||Ralph / Lucas Bertone (voice)|
|David O'Brien||-||Norman (voice) (as David O'Brian)|
|Cara Buono||-||Sarah (voice)|
|John Doman||-||Morello (voice)|
|Ray DeMattis||-||Yellow Pete (voice) (as Ray de Mattis)|
|Paul Scannapieco||-||Luigi (voice)|
|Bill Buell||-||Vito Scaletta (voice)|
In Mission 8, entitled "The Whore", the player is sent to a hotel called 'The Corleone', a reference to the crime family empire in the movie Der Pate (1972).
After completing the race, it lists the names of the opponent drivers. The names are taken from notable heavy/death metal musicians, such as Mark "Barney" Greenway of Napalm Death, Chris Barnes of Cannibal Corpse, Page Hamilton of Helmet, or Kirk Windstein of Crowbar.
Every type of car has the same license plate.
In the mission, Just For Relaxation. The crates marked Scorsese Import Export are a reference to film director Martin Scorsese who directed classic crime films such as Mean Streets, Goodfellas, and Casino.
Originally a driving game similar to the video game series Driver.
The first game to use Gta methods
There is an alternative ending for the mission "Creme De Le Creme". Rather than turn into the airport, Morello's men drive the Fletcher through the countryside, the player continuing pursuit. After a few moments a game cinematic takes over as Morello's driver skids the car right onto the edge of an unfinished bridge. Tommy rams the Fletcher off the bridge, the three men get out of the car and comment, and the mission ends there.
The two hitmen who kill Tommy Angelo at the end of the game are Vito Scaletta and Joe Barbaro, the protagonists of Mafia II (2010).
Tommy Angelo's death is featured in the Mafia 2's mission "Stairway to Heaven"