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Scarface: The World Is Yours

Released on 13 October 2006

Rating: 18+ (BBFC)

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The World is Yours! Scarface, the epic film that transcends generations and appeals to contemporary and urban audiences alike is now coming for the first time to game consoles worldwide. In a complex world filled with excess and greed, players can take the role of Tony Montana, one of the most ruthless gangsters ever depicted on film. Highly acclaimed feature screenwriter, David McKenna, has written an original event-driven storyline that leads the player through a sordid and violent underworld. Scarface: The World is Yours will offer a gameplay environment that authentically recreates the historical time period of the film, touching on politics, news items and events of the day.
  • Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By purchasing this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age and over.

You are Tony Montana: Tony Montana embodies the ultimate American gangster, living by his own rules on his own terms as he builds an empire from the ground up. Ensuring an authentic videogame experience of the movie, film actor Al Pacino has lent his likeness to the game, assuring that players will embark on a journey that delivers the essence and soul of the Scarface mythology.

    Original story written by David McKenna: David McKenna, writer of the movies "Blow" and "American History X" has penned the story for Scarface: The World is Yours. Beginning with the explosive shootout at the end of the film, the Scarface video game immerses players in a "what if Tony survived?" storyline that allows fans of the movie and action gamers alike to experience a new chapter in the Tony Montana legacy.

      Explore vast environments: Players will travel through the steamy violent streets of Miami and surrounding islands, smuggling drugs and avoiding rivals and the DEA as they rebuild their fallen empire.

        Mix your own music: Gamers can play with an immersive soundtrack of music from the film's time period, or take control by choosing from a play list including hot new artists.

          All-Star cast of characters: The game's roster of voice actors includes original Scarface cast members Steven Bauer and Robert Loggia (who played Manny Ray and Frank Lopez respectively), comedians Jay Mohr and Cheech Marin, and actors James Woods, Miguel Sandoval, Robert Davi, Michael Rappaport and Michael York.

          customer Reviews

           Average rating (2 reviews)

           10/10

          | | See all Destroyer156's reviews (5)

          It is a brilliant game it's scarface the film made into "What If Tony survived" excellent game a must buy for gangster film fans

           Hmm not bad

          | | See all FozzySPF's reviews (58)

          Top 100 Games Reviewer

          Love the film, dont quite love the game.
          This game in idea is brilliant, movie clips to start the game leading to the final battle at his house but with a twist, you take control of Tony and he doesn't get killed. You are left with nothing, no money no drugs no empire, you have to rebuild this from scratch.
          The voice acting is very good and you have names like James Woods adding his voice in there too!
          My only downfall to this game is the engine it's been made on, maybe its my PC that struggles with it, i dont know, but with effects like Antialiasing enabled its really jerky and turn them off and the action and movement is still very poor, the driving is worst and very poor movement. This game feels like it's been ported over to PC from a much older console, something like original PS, you can tell this by the game menus having no mouse cursor movement and the WSAD key controls which i cannot seem to change to arrow keys :(
          Honestly, if it was announced that this game was being remade for xbox 360 with HD graphics and all the trimmings that a decent console offers i would no doubt be paying full whack price for it without a second thought. But for a badly converted over PC version that doesnt feel right at all, its very disappointing.

          Rating18+ (BBFC)