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As the title says. As part of the 2K Week of Sales.

Available till tomorrow.

ALSO:
Mafia 1(PC) is at £1.74
ALL DLC reduced by 75%

LINK = http://store.steampowered.com/sale/2kgamesmafia
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#1
Already got this - was good for £5.....then steam forced me to pay the extra £15 for it....So watch out if paying by paypal!
#2
paypal allowed the second payment without your authorisation ?
#3
Lord Darkness
Already got this - was good for £5.....then steam forced me to pay the extra £15 for it....So watch out if paying by paypal!


LOL, i'd love to hear the back story to this.
#4
TehJumpingJawa
Lord Darkness
Already got this - was good for £5.....then steam forced me to pay the extra £15 for it....So watch out if paying by paypal!


LOL, i'd love to hear the back story to this.


I'm intrigued.
#5
got all the DLC, cheers! :D
#6
is this game any good for a tenner?

i played the demo a few months ago and wasn't swayed either way
#7
Awesome awesome game! Buy it now!
#8
Mafia 2 is kind of a meh game. Not very impressive and mostly unfinished. Buy it if you're bored and don't mind spending money on mediocre stuff.

However, Mafia 1 is really good. I'd certainly recommend buying that if you don't own it already.

Edited By: Ilsyde on Apr 11, 2011 20:15
#9
Good game, well worth the fiver.
1 Like #10
Are any of the DLC's worth it.

What exactly are they??
#11
Tomb
Are any of the DLC's worth it.

What exactly are they??

Joes adventure is worth getting, don't bother with the rest.
#12
Deluxe edition isn't worth the extra £5 but normal edition is a good blast for the money.
#13
This keeps coming up every few weeks at this price and I've finally given in and got I and II. Never grabbed me before due to all the driving but so many people have told me the story makes the game I'll finally give them a go.
#14
Dont bother with the deluxe edition, it features two suits, a map and a sountrack, but great deal, a repeat of a few months ago, picking up the DLC add-on missions now... short, but good looking, very enjoyable game.

think of it, like a more confined GTA. it plays like it, and you'll have as much fun playing this as you would a GTA title. but there isnt the same size of city to explore...

worth the fiver, and worth the addons (i think/not played them yet) :)
#15
you say dont bother with the deluxe edition that is £10

but then at the end you say, its worth the fiver for the standard edition, AND worth the add ons

but the add ons are the deluxe version
#16
Valve (steam) are the most disgusting company in the universe (ok maybe not) maybe just the solar system for when it comes to this sort of thing. One little hitch and they WILL block your steam account and your ENTIRE purchased library with it.

What esle can you expect from an american company?
#17
MadonnaProject
Valve (steam) are the most disgusting company in the universe (ok maybe not) maybe just the solar system for when it comes to this sort of thing. One little hitch and they WILL block your steam account and your ENTIRE purchased library with it.

What esle can you expect from an american company?

You signed up to the T&C's when you signed up to Steam.
They explicitly state any modding or cheating is a no appeals, no chances ban.
#18
STEAL!! Heat added! Cheers Poster.
#19
Ilsyde
However, Mafia 1 is really good. I'd certainly recommend buying that if you don't own it already.

Loved Mafia 1's jazzy Django Reinhardt soundtrack, was happy driving around for ages listening to that, added great atmosphere.
#20
tr0r
MadonnaProject
Valve (steam) are the most disgusting company in the universe (ok maybe not) maybe just the solar system for when it comes to this sort of thing. One little hitch and they WILL block your steam account and your ENTIRE purchased library with it.

What esle can you expect from an american company?


You signed up to the T&C's when you signed up to Steam.
They explicitly state any modding or cheating is a no appeals, no chances ban.


Wait, so you're willing to accept that as long as it's in the T&C, it's engraved in stone? Steam is the most dominate PC video games distributor so if you want to play PC games, you're more or less forced to agree with them. They don't make consumer law, and you should be able to testify your side of the argument.

There are quite a number of complaints about PayPal not going through etc. even for say a £1 game. Why should that problem have a "no appeals ban" preventing you from accessing your £200 library of games? Sure you should make sure the money goes through, but the "no arguments" stance they take is incredibly stupid and tyrannical.

It's probably because they're too small to deal with the millions of users they have and don't want to invest in more support staff.
#21
Artheido
tr0r
MadonnaProject
Valve (steam) are the most disgusting company in the universe (ok maybe not) maybe just the solar system for when it comes to this sort of thing. One little hitch and they WILL block your steam account and your ENTIRE purchased library with it.

What esle can you expect from an american company?


You signed up to the T&C's when you signed up to Steam.
They explicitly state any modding or cheating is a no appeals, no chances ban.


Wait, so you're willing to accept that as long as it's in the T&C, it's engraved in stone? Steam is the most dominate PC video games distributor so if you want to play PC games, you're more or less forced to agree with them. They don't make consumer law, and you should be able to testify your side of the argument.

There are quite a number of complaints about PayPal not going through etc. even for say a £1 game. Why should that problem have a "no appeals ban" preventing you from accessing your £200 library of games? Sure you should make sure the money goes through, but the "no arguments" stance they take is incredibly stupid and tyrannical.

It's probably because they're too small to deal with the millions of users they have and don't want to invest in more support staff.


Dude, don't listen to slaves, and this guy is your typical slave.

Its like apple fanboys. They lynch anyone who makes a complaint on the apple forums. Regardless of whether this person is justified in their complaint or not. Its almost an issue of ego and crusade with these fan-slaves.

Steam is absolutely the worst company to deal with. In fact I would go as far as to say if they make nazi's proud with their "policies". I had a horrendous, hideous experience with them when I signed up with them initially. Only to have hundreds of pounds worth of games blocked by them. Then I had to have my BANK send a LETTER to tell them I was the owner of my own bank account - not combine that with the realities of having your bank on the phone and explaining to them how they need to FAX a letter to the unites states. Long story.

What ended up happening was it cost me weeks and weeks of headache, not to mention stress over having most of my games blocked off simply because steam had a "misunderstanding" in their system.

Plus have you ever had the displeasure of corresponding with their support staff? May as well be communicating with chimps using smoke off of burning sticks as morse code....when the chimps are in andromeda galaxy.

Absolutely stupid, wretched american company. With absolutely stupid, wretched people.





Edited By: MadonnaProject on Apr 12, 2011 00:00
#22
My experience with steam was rather good, they merged my old and new accounts games together for me, which despite stating in T&C cant be done, with proof of ownership evidence they were happy to oblige me, they even upgraded one of the games with free dlcs as a thank you. Sometime knowing HOW to complain correctly is just as important as what you demand for them, something I've learnt from years in the customer services trade myself.

As for cheats getting banned accounts... totally agree, sick and tired of the losers wrecking online play with god mode ****, rather than having skills worth a damn, they should play by the rules or **** off




Edited By: Highway72 on Apr 12, 2011 00:52: umm
#23
hrm, every time i see this for a fiver i remember how much i loved mafia yet am held back by the consistently average reviews, seems it would be better on console anyway.

and whats with the steam hate ? some chump has probably tried to add pirated DLC or games to their library and got caned over it, i know of no-one who has ever had a problem with steam including myself and i've been using it since HL2 came out and it really was a horrible DRM mess instead of the refined and quite cheap store and community hub it is today. anyone who's not a fan can always buy from the few drm-free DL services or at retail (and probably still have to deal with registration/drm, plus delivery) as well as missing the usually stupidly cheap steam sales.
#24
€10 outside of UK, on principle of that exchange rate I'll pass. Its not far from being double the price
#25
witnessmenow
€10 outside of UK, on principle of that exchange rate I'll pass. Its not far from being double the price


you need http://www.hotEUROdeals.com mate
#26
To stay on topic. Mafia 2 I hear is pretty good but outside of the soty theres not really anythign to do. Theres a Directors Cut edition out soon however that includes all the DLC's, and all the retailer pre-order packs.

Mafia 1 however for £1.74 is amazing. Graphicly dated yes, but still one of the most atmospheric & well written games you oculd ever hope to play.
#27
I got mafia 1, however mafia 2 standard and special editions can be ourchased disc based and then activated on steam. You get to keep the disc. I ams also suire there are a lot of deals for the physical disc to be had somewhere around here.
#28
Wow, Godwin's law at work there mate. Second page of comments and you're comparing Steam to Nazi Germany? Last time I looked there weren't Steam stormtroopers jackbooting down the street, Steam death camps with piles of old shoes stacked outside and Steam firing squads

I get that you don't like them and that's fine, but try not to be quite so over dramatic *rolls eyes*

Edited By: Varnor on Apr 12, 2011 17:47
#29
Varnor
Wow, Godwin's law at work there mate. Second page of comments and you're comparing Steam to Nazi Germany? Last time I looked there weren't Steam stormtroopers jackbooting down the street, Steam death camps with piles of old shoes stacked outside and Steam firing squads

I get that you don't like them and that's fine, but try not to be quite so over dramatic *rolls eyes*


you digital distribution denier!!
#30
I did nothing illegal i can assure you - i simply purchased Mafia II via steam using paypal....Paypal had a dispute with my bank and then with steam - which in turn led to steam locking my account - eventually got around it under the condition that i purchased mafia 2 again.......but it was back at full price so had to pay for it again at £20 instead of 5. never again will i use paypal on steam......

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