Scarface: The World is Yours


Radical and Vivendi took a big risk with the Scarface license, fiddling with film history in the same way EA did with the Godfather license. However, this game seems to connect better than Coppola's property, due to the fact you control THE Tony Montana as he rebuilds his cocaine-fueled empire. There are flaws with the Heat meter and Balls system (yes, Balls system), and the graphic engine could've used some more polishing, but the game has hours of entertaining chaos to spare, and it nails down the movie's atmosphere and Tony's attitude perfectly. Drop down a $50 and say hello to your new little friend. (Gah, these puns will be the death of me.)

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