Omerta is a mafia city-simulator from the makers of Tropico

Omerta

By on January 11, 2013 at 6:22 pm

If you enjoyed presiding over a corrupt, crumbling city in Tropico, then chances are you may also enjoy taking control of a crime family and battling your way to the top of Atlantic City in Omerta: City of Gangsters, the new game from Kalypso that’s due out as soon as next month. Set during the prohibition era, Omerta also features tactical turn-based combat — and competitive and cooperative multiplayer. We’ll have more for you next month, come February 1st.

You can find out more at the official site.

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This reminds me of an old game known as Gansters (I think) with the same objective, lead a mob in a city, and beat the rival mobs. I remember doing things such as setting up extortion routes and such, if this is anything like that old game I may give it a go, as Gangsters was fun at the time, and with a little bit of Tropico ‘flair’ it could be great.

 

Ah fantastic…. a chance to be like Nucky Thompson from boardwalk empire.

 

I hope they would let your make your own gang and style etc

 
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