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An offer you can't refuse

PUBLISHED: 13:05 10 March 2009 | UPDATED: 13:01 11 August 2010

Here s an offer you can t refuse: the chance to be a Don in the Corleone family. The Godfather II allows players to carve out their own story of deception, betrayal, and conquest in the most iconic crime world ever committed to celluloid. Interacting cl

Here's an offer you can't refuse: the chance to be a Don in the Corleone family.

The Godfather II allows players to carve out their own story of deception, betrayal, and conquest in the most iconic crime world ever committed to celluloid.

Interacting closely with major characters, your story will interweave with many of the key events from the film, such as the meeting of the Don's in Cuba, blackmailing Senator Geary, and the Senate investigation of organized crime.

Players will also have to invest in their family, manage their business, and reach out to corrupt officials - all of which is done through the revolutionary Don's View.

The Don's View is a 3D representation of the player's criminal empire.

It allows them to coordinate their strategy, plan hits on rival made men, attack enemy rackets, and much more. By letting players call the shots, The Godfather II delivers the ultimate organized crime experience

To win one of three copies of The Godfather II, just answer this simple question:

What is the traditional nickname of a mafia boss?

A) Gaffer

B) Don

C) Chief

To enter this competition send your entry on a postcard, along with your name, address and a contact telephone number, to The Godfather II competition; Barking and Dagenham Post; Media House; 539 High Road; Ilford; IG1 1UD.

Entries must be received by Friday, March 13.

Also, as the game is 18-rated, entrants and those collecting prizes have to be at least 18-years-old.


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