2K announces Definitive Mafia Trilogy
2K has finally confirmed that Hangar 13 is busy putting together Mafia: Trilogy, a collection of the definitive editions of each game. You can buy the games individually or as a collection, and the definitive versions of Mafia II and Mafia III are available today.
The games have been remastered to varying degrees. The first Mafia game is being rebuilt from the ground up, while Mafia II is a 4K remaster featuring all DLC. Mafia III is already pretty state-of-the-art, so the definitive edition simply includes all the DLC.
- If you own any games in the series, you can buy the others at a discount
- Steam copies of Mafia II will be upgraded to Definitive Edition for free
- PC, PlayStation and Xbox copies of Mafia III will also be upgraded to Definitive Edition for free
- The entire collection costs $60, while the original Mafia costs $40 and Mafia II and Mafia III cost $30
Release dates! Mafia II and Mafia III are available right now on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Steam while the Mafia I remake is scheduled for August 28th. If you purchase the Mafia Trilogy today, you receive Mafia II and Mafia III right now.
Time For A Quick Daily Quiz?
What cheat code enabled blood in Mortal Kombat on Sega Genesis?
- B, A, ⬇️, ⬅️, A, ⬇️, C, ➡️, ⬆️, ⬇️ at the title.
- A, B, A, C, A, B, B at the Code of Honor screen.
- ⬅️, ⬇️, ⬅️ , ➡️, ⬇️, ➡️, ⬅️, ⬅️ , Right, Right at the options screen.
- C, ➡️, A, ⬅️ , A, ⬆️, C,➡️, A, ⬅️, A, ⬆️at the title screen
Mortal Kombat Done Quick
Mortal Kombat is on its 11th iteration (well, by numbering anyway) and just a few years shy of its 30th anniversary, but the first game in the series was made in less than a year.
The original Mortal Kombat was made from scratch by a team led by Ed Boon, who was just 27 at the time. The game was designed by Boon and combic book artist John Tobias along with Dan Forden and John Vogel. That’s right, in the early 90s a handful of people could revolutionize the game industry and gaming culture!
The game wasn’t even meant to be Mortal Kombat – it was supposed to be a Universal Soldier tie-in starring Jean-Claude Van Damme. That obviously didn’t happen, and now Mortal Kombat has spawned a bunch of movies and TV series of its own.