Mob Enforcer

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Mob Enforcer
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Developer(s) Touchdown Entertainment
Publisher(s) ValuSoft, GFI Russia (PC)
Kemco (Xbox)
Engine Lithtech Jupiter
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows, Xbox
Release
  • NA: 2004-07-13
Genre(s) First-person shooter
Mode(s) Single player, multiplayer

Mob Enforcer is a 2004 Mafia-related PC game. It was released on the Xbox one year later with multiplayer capabilities under the title Chicago Enforcer.[1]

Reception[edit]

GameZone had a mixed review for the PC version, finding it entertaining for the effective gameplay, non-linear approach and authentic 1920s recreation, but criticized the lack of creativity and unforgiving enemies, stating that "the game gets repetitive and frustrating."[2] The Xbox port, however, had a much more negative reception. GameSpot gave the game a 2.3 out of 10, finding it a repetitive and ugly game, with broken gameplay that featured "AI either overpowered or underpowered" and "underwhelming weapons".[3] IGN gave a 4.1, with the review reading that "Any fun that could be squeezed out of this poorly designed title is negated by long loading times and unbalanced game mechanics."[4] TeamXbox was more forgiving with a 5.1, feeling that the "some situations created by the AI are interesting and do a nice job of reflecting the style of gunplay that would have taken place during the 1930’s".[5]


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