Gangsters: Organized Crime seats you behind the desk of a crime lord, dispatching goons and mercenaries to do your dirty work for you. As you rattle the mom and pop businesses for chump change, your intimidation will rise with your position in the underground. Operate your business fronts to hide your real activities, and you'll keep the Feds away.
The game is turn-based when running your various operations (extortion, intimidation, hiring etc:). You hire employees to do the work for you, and concentrate on the big picture of financial gain and personal position against rival gangsters. After you make the decisions, you can switch to real-time mode and watch your henchmen carry out your orders.
Gangsters: Organized Crime offers a myraid of buildings and cityscape, all set in the 1920s. The game has over 1000 city blocks, and a population of
5000 animated people (2000 civilians, 2000 business owners, 400 gangsters, 250 police and 100 of the FBI).
In the game anything goes. Killing, fighting and bribing are all acceptable ways to claw your way to the top. With your hired thugs, and skilled gangster 'associates', you'll spread both your influence and control over the city. And if it goes wrong? You can always bribe, intimidate or arrange to have a city official, witness or juror convieniently 'removed'. Awfully hard to talk when you're swimming in cement shoes, see? ~ Chris Couper, All Game Guide
|Gangsters: Organized Crime||PC|
|Gangsters: Organized Crime [Jewel Case]||PC|
|Gangsters [European Release]||PC|
|Gangsters: Organized Crime [European Release]||PC|