We’ll be honest – when Whiskey Mafia: Frank’s Story rolled out onto Xbox in mid-August, we didn’t for one minute imagine that it would be the start of a little series. But it seems it was, and right now that tale can be continued in Whiskey Mafia: Leo’s Family.
And just like any good tale, Leo’s Family – the second game to release – works as a prequel to that which has gone before/after it. It’s here where you’ll be whisked into a world full of mafia, full of jazz and full of whiskey, as the three combine to play out a new narrative.
It’s priced at £4.19 from the Xbox Store for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, which is cheaper than that which focused on Frank and instead – as the title alludes to – centres its efforst on Leo’s Family, namely the son of a humble port worker named Christopher. It’s he who is looking to make a name for himself, hoping that his American dream will come true in the process.
Judging by screens and videos, we’re getting very similar vibes to that which has gone before, even if the game blurb is adamant that this is not just another mafia game. We’ll see how it plays out in our full review on Xbox, if only as we’re well looking forward to playing the part of a 1920’s gangster once more.
If you’re in the market for a rough and ready, super cheap route into the mafia, then you should well consider heading to the Xbox Store and picking up a copy of Whiskey Mafia: Leo’s Family. Jump into the comments if you do.
This adventure is on Steam too.
Whiskey, mafia and jazz — these are the key ingredients of a cocktail named Whiskey Mafia: Leo’s Family. This game serves as a prequel to Whiskey Mafia: Frank’s Story and tells a story of Leo’s criminal group who takes part in different illegal activities. A humble guy named Christopher, the son of a port worker, finds himself as the newest mafia member. Can he make his American dream come true? This is not just another mafia game — it’s a huge story inspired by the popular cult movies and mafia dramas. You’ll get the feeling of what it is to be a gangster in the 1920s who was to do different criminal stuff: from carjacking to bootlegging. There’s also some nostalgic feeling of the 20’s to be found within the game — great mafia setting guaranteed!