There are a lot of great missions in Mafia, but these are the best.
Mafia is thought to be one of the best gangster games ever for many reasons. It has a great story, interesting characters, a well-designed world, and great mission design. This last point is especially important, because no one wants to play a game whose levels are boring and always the same. The original Mafia, on the other hand, is nothing like that.
With the exception of a famous race, almost all of the missions in the first Mafia are interesting in some way. Even though the Definitive Edition changed some things, the quality stayed the same. The best missions in the game can be found in the list below.
If you’re not a crooked politician who works with the Morello Crime Family, birthdays can be a lot of fun. During the Happy Birthday mission, Roberto Ghillotti learns this. In this one, you sneak into Ghillotti’s birthday party on his steamboat. And as soon as you can, you shoot him.
This Mafia: Definitive Edition mission stands out because it is different. It is more like a Hitman level than a typical Mafia level. This is because to get on the boat, you need to find and wear a disguise. Then you have to stay out of sight while you set up the kill.
From a story point of view, Omerta is an important mission because it has you dealing with an old friend, Frank Colletti. He just told on the gang, so now the FBI is looking out for him. You can’t just run up to him and shoot him in the head. You have to follow him and look into things to find out that he’s leaving the country on a plane. Once you know that, you can either sneak to the hangar or shoot your way there to stop him.
This mission is interesting because of the story behind it. Frank never seemed like the type of person who would turn on the crew on his own. And until the end of the mission, you won’t really know why he did it. This makes the adventure even more interesting because it adds a bit of mystery.
You Lucky B*****d
Tommy kills a lot of people, but he’s not one of the best assassins in video game history. This is shown in the mission “You Lucky B*****d,” when he tries to kill one of Morello’s top men, Sergio.
At first, putting a bomb under his car seems like an easy thing to do. But then a young woman gets in and the car blows up. You don’t give up, though, because you find out that he’s at a diner. So, you go in there with Paulie, Sam, and some Tommy guns, but the target still gets away. In the end, to get to Sergio, you have to go down to the harbor and kill most of his crew. The mission is fun and funny at the same time.
The Death Of Art
The Death Of Art is the last and best mission in the game. When you find out that Paulie has died, it’s a sad way to start. Not long after that, you find out that Sam is the one who did it. So, it turns into a mission of pure revenge, where you have to fight through all of Sam’s allies to get to him.
Since Paulie and Sam have been your friends through the whole adventure, it’s great how emotional the whole thing is. On top of that, all of the shooting takes place in a large art gallery, which makes for a unique and aesthetically pleasing battleground.
A Trip To The Country
At first glance, “A Trip to the Country” seems like a normal job. After all, all you have to do is pick up a shipment from the country. But when you get there, it looks like no one is there. From there, you investigate a lot and fight a lot.
The rain, thunder, and country setting add a lot of atmosphere to the investigating parts. In fact, these parts are a bit scary. Even the fight scenes are interesting, especially the ones that happen when Sam is bleeding out because they add to the tension.
Heists in video games that are well-made are always fun, and Moonlighting gives you just that. Since the job is a secret from the boss, you and Paulie try to rob the Grand Imperial Bank on your own.
Because it takes place in the past, you don’t get a lot of cool tools to help you. In fact, not much planning is done. You and your partner can just cover your faces and rush into the bank with weapons. Once you’re inside, you have to threaten the manager, kill the guards, and fight your way out. Everything about it is fun and exciting.
Visiting Rich People
Visit Rich People is the best stealth mission in the game. In it, you have to find evidence against the gang and get rid of it. It’s in a prosecutor’s huge mansion, which is a shame. So, you have to sneak in and take it.
All of the guards around the mansion seem to be very aware of what’s going on around them, which makes this mission hard. But the fact that it’s hard makes being quiet all the more exciting. And getting out of the mansion in a mess is also very exciting.
The Saint And The Sinner
In The Saint And The Sinner, you quickly switch between two jobs. For the first one, you plant a bomb in a hotel manager’s building to get back at him, and along the way, you pay off a prostitute. In the second job, you have to go to a funeral where things get violent.
It’s really clever how the first job flows right into the second. You get to the church where the funeral is happening after a thrilling chase across rooftops. The battle inside the church and the shenanigans on the rooftops are two of the best-designed fights in Slope Game. And the part where they sneak into the hotel is a lot of fun.