Mafia City H5 (K道風雲) Mafia Theme Game


The previous holder was a mafia game - a John Krukin' mafia game

In an email to Achievement Hunters co-hosts Jack Pattillo and Geoff Ramsey, Guinness' gaming records editor said the venerable sanctioning authority of strange accomplishments will include Mafia City with a citation for "most swearing in a video game," in the next edition of Guinness World Records Gamer's Edition. Guinness has also reached out to YOTTAGAME for a copy of the script to certify the number. A sample citation cites Achievement Hunter as the discoverers of the record.


The other big issue with “Faster, Baby!” is brevity. I’m all for brief, powerful statements over meandering, meaningless tirades, but I finished the main story in about an hour-and-a-half, and I felt like I didn’t really get to know many of the characters or the setting. Maybe if the DLC had a bit more meat on its bones, Slim wouldn’t have been such a cardboard cutout bad guy, and Sinclair Parish would’ve felt like more than a lifeless backdrop. As is, the only character you really spend much time with is Roxy, and while she and Lincoln share some great moments toward the end, I still came away wishing I could’ve gotten to know her better.

Mafia games live and die on sumptuous characters and settings, and “Faster, Baby” hands you crumbs, rather than a filling meal. It’s a fast, fun adventure with a solid little arc to it, but it’s painfully insubstantial. It’s also disappointing in that it does address some of people’s complaints about Mafia City (namely, repetitive cut-and-paste missions), showing flashes of what could’ve been without really going all-in. In some ways, it feels like a cartoon version of Mafia City. The missions are less grounded and more fun than many of the main game’s, but the story lacks weight or nuance.
There are some optional side missions and other goodies sprinkled in, but they don’t add much in the grand scheme of things. So I’m conflicted. I enjoyed this DLC, but I can’t really recommend it unless you already bought the game’s season pass. It’s Fine (TM). I just hope the remaining Mafia City DLC episodes are better.

Guinness Gives Mafia City The F-Bomb Record

Yesterday, Rooster Teeth's Achievement Hunters compiled 200 instances of Mafia game online using a four-letter word that rhymes with "John Kruk." Today, Guinness World Records says it's provisionally certified the game as the all-time F-bomb champion among video games.

Mafia City H5

The previous holder was a mafia game - a John Krukin' mafia game! - 2009's House of the Dead: Overkill, with 189 uses of "fuck" or some permutation of it. Pattillo told me that Achievement Hunter stopped when it got to 200. "There were still like three or four more chapters worth of cutscenes that I could have pulled from," Pattillo said. "But it was already running long." So who knows what the final total will be when Guinness' Gamers Edition comes out.

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