Possible Mafia III Characters Detailed
Take-Two has begun casting for its next game and the blurb provided on each character seems to point to only one possibility as to what this mystery title is. By all appearances it seems Take-Two is casting roles for The Mafia III. The second game was moderately well received and holds the record for the highest number of F-bombs dropped in a game to date. A third game has yet to be announced and there have been no rumours regarding one up until now.
Should these rumours be true, the agme seems to be taking notes from GTA V with three protagonists; two with names starting with ‘T’ and ‘M’ respectively and a Franklin.
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Born in Louisiana, Mixed race – African American/Caucasian, Early 20s, 6′, Bouncer’s build – broad, not cut. An orphan in the racially segregated South who rises to criminal prominence after returning home to Louisiana from war. Having been an outsider to both white and black society, Franklin is fiercely loyal to those he considers “family.” He is both street-smart and strong. Disciplined and imposing, confident yet guarded, Franklin knows how to get a job done at any cost…
Born in Louisiana, Italian, Early 30s, Thin, Immaculately dressed and groomed. A genius with numbers and statistics who runs sports betting operations in Louisiana. Tony is not your typical gangster. Meticulous and organized, Tony is more concerned about numbers and profit than people. On the surface, Tony appears quiet and socially awkward, but in reality he is more than capable of inflicting violence on anyone who disrupts his bottom line. Tony doesn’t fear people; he simply does not understand or like them.
Born in Louisiana, Italian, Late Teens/Early 20s, Average build. A young street hustler who likes to run his mouth, Mickey likes to talk big on the streets, but when push comes to shove, he can’t back it up. Mickey has a bad habit of taking credit for bigger jobs and making himself seem higher up in the criminal ladder than he really is. When confronted with this, he reverts back to the scared teenager he really is.
Is Mafia III something you actually want to see? I’m rather indifferent about it.