Action 24 August 2010
A sequel to the popular gangster game - the first Mafia was released in 2002. This new title was developed by the creators of the original game – also known for games like Hidden & Dangerous and Vietcong – working for the 2K Games company. The second part tells a completely new story; however, it contains multiple references to the previous title. The protagonist is a man named Vito Scaletta, who returns to his home city of Empire Bay after the end of Second World War; the city itself is a virtual creation heavily inspired by New York. Trying to find himself in a new, peaceful reality, Vito picks up jobs for the local criminal underground, gradually climbing up the mafia hierarchy. Apart from traditional shootouts with rival gangs, kidnappings, and getaways, there are lots of extra attractions, such as clothing stores and car customization options. A new game engine significantly improved the graphics and features like day and night cycle.
Mafia II: Definitive Edition
Action 19 May 2020
Mafia II: Definitive Edition is a refreshed edition of Mafia 2 for PC and eighth generation consoles. The game offers a modernized graphics design compared to the original, and is the responsibility of Hangar 13 studio.
Adventure 17 May 2011
A noir detective action adventure game developed by the Australian studio Team Bondi in cooperation with the veterans from Rockstar Games. The game invites you into Los Angeles of the 1940’s, a city filled with corruption and drug dealing organizations. You assume the role of Cole Phelps, an ex-soldier who becomes a police officer after the war. The game lets you experience the key moments of Cole’s career, starting from the traffic police all the way through murder and drugs department. Gameplay is mainly about examining crime scenes in search of clues and evidence, as well as interrogating witnesses and suspects. The game also offers multiple action sequences, including pursuits (either on foot or by car), fist fights, and spectacular shootouts. When it comes to graphics, the most noteworthy feature are the realistic face expressions that allow you to judge the reactions of interogatees. The game overflows with a noir atmosphere characteristic of the 1940’ and 50’ movies.
Action 21 March 2006
An action game based on the novel by Mario Puzo and its movie adaptation by Francis Ford Coppola. You play as a thief, who makes his way into the world of the Corleone family. By doing various tasks for them, he climbs up the mafia career ladder and earns growing respect from other criminals. The game is set in New York, at the end of the 1940s and the beginning of the 1950s. The non-linear character of the gameplay allows you to choose the order of missions to complete as you wish. Like the Grand Theft Auto series, The Godfather features an open world, and the game is full of spectacular pursuits and shootouts, as the Corleone family has many enemies, e.g. Tattagalia, Cuneo or Stracci. The characters in the game are based on their movie counterparts, and are voiced by actors such as Marlon Brando, James Caan and Robert Duvall. The game features high-quality visuals and the music based on that from the movie.
Action 19 May 2020
Mafia Trilogy is a package of three Mafia games, refreshed by Hangar 13 studio and released by 2K Games. The developers have modernized all three games for modern PCs and consoles.
Mafia II: Joe’s Adventures
Action 23 November 2010
DLC add-on to Mafia II allows you to take on the role of Joe Barbaro - a friend of Vito Scaletta, whom we know as the main character of the basic adventure. The missions range from daring car driving to typical shooting levels.
Destroy All Humans!
Action 28 July 2020
A complete remake of the first installment of Destroy All Humans!, a series of humorous action games released in 2005. Once again, we take on the role of an alien named Crypto, sowing destruction on our planet in the mid-20th century.
BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea - Episode One
Action 12 November 2013
The first official story expansion for BioShock: Infinite, created by Irrational Games. Burial at Sea - Episode One is a nod to the fans of the first two parts of the series, for it brings the players back to one of the alternative dimensions of the underwater metropolis known as Rapture. The player is put in the shoes of Booker DeWitt, a detective whose job, at Elizabeth's request, is to find a girl named Sally - a character from the actual BioShock: Infinite. When exploring the corners of the utopian metropolis before the rebellion and eventual collapse, the protagonist discovers that the ideal city is actually very far from being a paradise. Instead, it is home to many dark secrets. The gameplay remains unchanged and is largely based on fighting big groups of enemies in fast-paced fashion. In combat, the player can choose from a variety of firearms and supernatural powers that come with the plasmids.
My Child Lebensborn
Adventure 07 May 2018
An unusual production, in which we play as a babysitter of an adopted child. My Child Lebensborn takes place in the 20th century, in Norway of the 50’s, with the kid we take care of being the titular Lebensborn – a kid which was born as part of a special program to increase a number of Aryans in the world. This lead to it being ridiculed by others due to having a German father.
Mafia II: Specjalny Pakiet Dodatkow
Action 04 December 2010
Mafia II: Add-ons package is a collection of DLC extensions to the Mafia II action game by 2K Czech studio. The set includes features such as Jimmy's betrayal, Jimmy's Wendetto and Joe's Adventures, as well as four smaller extensions: Vegas, Renegade, Greaser and War Hero introducing new outfits and vehicles.
BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea - Episode Two
Action 25 March 2014
The second major story expansion for BioShock: Infinite. It follows the events of the first expansion. However, this time we play not as Booker DeWitt but Elisabeth, who was previously an independent character, herself. The heroine wakes up in unknown circumstances with a pistol aimed at her face. She makes a promise which saves her from death. According to this obligation, she is supposed to help a group of people led by Atlas in their return to the underwater city of Rapture. In contrast to BioShock: Infinite and the first expansion, it focuses mainly on stealth. An additional feature of the game is the 1998 game mode (reminiscent of Thief's release date), which requires the player to complete the entire game without killing anybody.
Adventure 23 January 2018
First-person perspective horror game designed for virtual reality headsets and a prequel to the other work of Supermassive Games studio, Until Dawn. We play as a patient of the Blackwood Pines Sanatorium mental hospital, 60 years before the events of the previous game. The protagonist is tormented by nightmares and can’t remember how he got here. He must unveil the grim mystery of the place, despite the fact he keeps getting injected with all sorts of medications that cause him to experience strange visions. The Inpatient lets us experience horrifying scenes, explore dark locations and interact with characters we meet. There are also decisions to make during crucial moments of the story that affect its development. The Inpatient focuses on immersion, using FPP view and letting us choose dialogue options by reading aloud one of a few available on the screen.
Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine
Adventure 16 November 1999
An action game based on a popular film license. Of course, we play the Jones Indians themselves, this time looking for the remains of the tower of Babel. The Soviets are trying to prevent him from doing so. In addition to arcade platform elements and battles, there are also adventure sections in the form of ingenious puzzles.
Once Upon a Time in Roswell
Adventure December 2020
Survival horror inspired by an incident in Roswell. Players take on the role of a detective who has to solve the mystery of the disappearance of a family living in a house near the spacecraft's break-up site.
Martha Is Dead
First-person adventure game maintained in the genre of a dark psychological thriller. Martha is Dead transfers us to Tuscany in 1944. The production is the responsibility of an independent studio LKA, the creator of The Town of Light.
L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files
Action 15 December 2017
A special edition of the detective game L.A. Noire created for virtual reality headsets. Unlike the original, which was developed by Team Bondi, L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files was produced by a Rockstar Games’ subsidiary. In the game you visit Los Angeles of the year 1947. The game’s main protagonist is detective Cole Phelps, a World War II veteran, gradually climbing the steps of a career in the police force. In time, he is assigned more and more difficult cases – from road offenses to murders and drug trafficking. L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files offers the same seven large cases known from the original game, but it introduces a slew of changes to gameplay mechanics. Gameplay is still based on obtaining material evidence, careful examination of objects related to the case, and interrogating suspects – all this is to help find the culprit and close the case in the right way. However, instead of the TPP view, used in the original L.A. Noire, the VR version uses first-person perspective.
The Stalin Subway: Red Veil
Action 05 October 2006
The Stalin Subway: Red Veil is a creative development of an extremely interesting FPS shooting experience. Red Veil takes place in Soviet Russia, a few years after the events known from the original.
The Stalin Subway
Action 29 September 2005
First person shooter with an action set in Moscow in 1952. The player takes on the role of Lieutenant of the MGB (later KGB) and is involved in a conspiracy whose aim is to remove Stalin from power.
Adventure 28 February 1998
Black Dahlia is a detective adventure game, maintained in the noir convention. The player takes on the role of an agent of the governmental COI organisation, who encounters the trail of the dangerous organisation "Brotherhood of Thule". The plot of the game produced by Take 2 Interactive is a blend of fictional and authentic events from the 1940s.
Destroy All Humans! (2005)
Adventure 19 June 2005
He is nasty, has a large saucer, comes from space and makes us say: IMPORTANT! Who is it? Crypto! Haven't you heard? Without fear, you will certainly hear many times! This ghastly alien liked our Earth. She says she will find her lost DNA on it. Who knows him there. But beware of him!
Blues And Bullets
Adventure 23 July 2015
A noir mix of an action and adventure game developed by the team at A Crowd of Monsters. We play as a former detective, Patton, who wants to face the wave of crime that plagues the city of Santa Esperanza, as well as the demons from his past. He must solve the case of a series of brutal murders, either by interrogating and speaking with key characters or through scenes straight from an action movie. Interestingly, the plot changes depending on our decisions. What make Blues and Bullets stand out are its visuals, with black and white dominating, with an addition of some distinctive red. It also serves as a narrative feature, as the city changes and some objects provide crucial information.
The American Dream
Arcade 14 March 2018
A humorous arcade game, in which players have to complete daily activities using pistols, rifles, and shotguns. The American Dream was developed exclusively for Virtual Reality headgear and dedicated motion controllers, both of which are required for the game to work.
Tyler: Model 005
Action 21 August 2018
A TPP platform game, in which you play as the eponymous robot. You awaken after a long hibernation period and your task is to discover what happened to your owner.