Works on: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 / 11
The game begins with the movie's final scene in 1983; The Bolivian Cartel raiding Tony's Mansion. Instead of dying, Tony kills the assassin that killed him in the movie, the Skull. Tony then fights his way through his mansion, where several of his henchmen are gunned down and explosions rock around the mansion made by Antonio. Tony then fights his way through the underground to his pool to escape to his awaiting car, the Ambassador, but the exit is blown up by a bazooka. Tony fights his way around the mansion, witnessing his tiger eat Jose, and is almost killed but the police and S.W.A.T who arrive and wipe out the remaining assassins. Tony escapes, barely alive, and a surviving assassin informs Sosa that Tony's empire is destroyed over a phone call.
In the year of 1984 in Miami, Florida, months after the last events of the movie Tony starts go after his enemies and tries to rebuild his empire.
The game features a Balls Meter that can be activated by shooting certain spots on the enemy's body (example: head, right shoulder, groin), after Tony kills somebody he can taunt them to increase his balls meter. This balls meter, when full, will allow you to go into Blind Rage mode, where the game temporarily shifts to a "first-person shooter" perspective. While in this mode, Tony is impervious to attack, has unlimited ammo, and every kill gives him 200 health. Not only can he use any type of gun but also use melee weapons, in addition, the balls meter can also be refilled through other means, such as hitting another car while driving and immediately taunting them, or talking in conversations with citizens and NPCs. Also, there are hidden "Sperm Banks" in the game, these look just like the "blood banks" (which are used to refill health) however, the player can sell his sperm from his balls meter for cash, the amount of cash the player receives depends on Reputation Level.
Unlike the GTA games, it is not possible to kill innocent civilians as Tony (despite this game being even more violent than GTA when it comes to battles). In the attempt of shooting an innocent person Tony will utter words such as "I only kill people who are dumb enough to fuck me", and no rounds will be fired. In the event of running a civilian down with a car, the civilian will just get back up unharmed, or might start running away. It is however still possible to kill the police. If you play as the Chauffeur, Enforcer, or the Assassin it is possible to kill civilians, since they are not in honored bound to "...not fuck anyone who didn't already have it coming to 'em". This can lead to a bit of frustration in a gunfight, as civilians may get in Tony's way and the enemy gang members aren't subject to that rule.
The game features the voices of several cast members from Scarface (1983 film), such as Steven Bauer, Robert Loggia and Al Israel.
It features a very realistic environment of Miami which includes: Little Havana, Downtown, North Beach, and South Beach.
It also features several different locations from the movie including Lopez Motors (which has been taken over by the Diaz Brothers and renamed Diaz Motors), the Babylon Club, the Sun Ray Hotel, Freedomtown, Coconut Grove, and Tony's Mansion.
It also features fictional locations, called "Fronts" that can be purchased to facilitate drug distribution. Some of these fronts are loosely based on real world locations or named after people. For example, the Oakley Drive-In Theater is named after a now closed theatre in Ohio of the same name, U-Gin Shotgun Bar is named and made after Yu-Jin Kim, an Asian artist in British Columbia, etc.
The game also features a number of Islands loosely based on the smuggling trade in the Bahamas, Caymans, & Puerto Rico islands during the 1980s. There is also an UFO located in the middle of the sea.
The deceased Manny and Gina remains are among the furniture that can be placed in Tony's Mansion. The mansion can also be customized with three distinct themes: the original one from the movie, a modern-looking one with a shark tank, and a Gothic castle-looking one.
This game (much like in Grand Theft Auto series) features fictional Vehicles resembling real cars, such as the Lakota Fastback which is based on the Ford Mustang, the QM Convertible which resembles Tony's Cadillac with leopard skin seat covers from the movie, and Tony's Porsche 928.
A small island in the game has characters that resemble the cast of the sitcom Gilligan's Island. These characters are the following: Carla, Frederick, Jonas, Kitty, Brenda, etc.
While swimming, if Tony stays in the water too long while covered in blood, he will start to attract a Shark, and the shark will eat Tony.
Scarface: The World is Yours has customization abilities and this can be done in various ways: changing outfits, buying vehicles, customizing the Mansion through themes and also replacing the mansion with Exotics, furniture and other rare items. By buying these exotics, the player can increase their Reputation points substantially.
ESRB rating : Mature
Genre: Action-adventure game
Works on: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10 / 11
Release date: 10/10/2006
Game features: Single-player
Developer: Radical Entertainment
Publishers: Universal Pictures · Vivendi Games · Sierra Entertainment
Languages: English (Audio & Text)
Size: 2.05 GB
OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 8.1 / 10
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 2.0GHz / AMD Athlon XP 2000+
Graphics: AMD Radeon 9550 or NVIDIA GeForce FX 5500
HDD: 5 GB
DirectX 9 Compatible Graphics Card
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