The Godfather is a 2006 open world activity experience computer game created by EA Redwood Shores and distributed by Electronic Arts.
Initially delivered in March 2006 for the Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 2, and the first Xbox. It was subsequently delivered for the PlayStation Portable as The Godfather: Mob Wars, Xbox 360 as The Godfather, Wii as The Godfather: Blackhand Edition, and PlayStation 3 as The Godfather: The Don’s Edition.
In view of the 1972 film The Godfather, the game follows a non-standard character, Aldo Trapani, who is enrolled into the Corleone family and moves gradually up its positions while looking for vengeance against his father’s executioners. The narrative of the game crosses with the film on various events, portraying significant occasions from Aldo’s point of view, or showing him perform activities that occurred off-screen; for instance, he vindicates Bonasera’s little girl, drives Vito Corleone to the emergency clinic after he is fired, plants the weapon for Michael Corleone to slaughter Sollozzo and Captain McCluskey, and spots the pony’s head in Jack Woltz’s bed. Albeit the game was censured by Francis Ford Coppola, who asserted Paramount never educated him regarding its turn of events or requested his info, it highlights voice acting from a few stars of the film, including James Caan as Sonny Corleone, Robert Duvall as Tom Hagen and Abe Vigoda as Salvatore Tessio. Marlon Brando additionally recorded discourse for Vito Corleone, in what might be his last acting position, however his infirmity made the majority of his chronicles unusable.
The Godfather got commonly sure audits across most frameworks, albeit the PlayStation Portable form was usually seen as sub-par compared to the others. The game was a business achievement, selling more than 2,000,000 units. A spin-off, in light of the 1974 film, The Godfather Part II, was delivered for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows in 2009, yet it got blended audits and didn’t sell just as the main game, making EA scrap plans for a transformation of the third film.