GT reviews Scarface: The World is Yours, which “authentically recreates the historical time period of the film, touching on politics, news items and events of the day.” Video review after the jump.

Much of Scarface is based on what we’ve seen in Grand Theft Auto. In fact, it’s fairly obvious that Radical used said series as the blueprint and then went back and re-evaluated its shortcomings. The result is that we have a game that fixes many of GTA’s problematic elements, like the targeting system or having to drive out of the way to stock up on weapons, while also retaining many of its standardized and fun aspects

[via IGN]

GT reviews Scarface: The World is Yours, which “authentically recreates the historical time period of the film, touching on politics, news items and events of the day.” Video review after the jump.

Much of Scarface is based on what we’ve seen in Grand Theft Auto. In fact, it’s fairly obvious that Radical used said series as the blueprint and then went back and re-evaluated its shortcomings. The result is that we have a game that fixes many of GTA’s problematic elements, like the targeting system or having to drive out of the way to stock up on weapons, while also retaining many of its standardized and fun aspects

[via IGN]