Mafia Game Videos, a YouTube channel, discovered some gameplay footage for Scarface Empire, the sequel to Scarface: The World Is Yours. The footage shown is clearly very early and includes a lot of placeholder assets. Still, we get a glimpse of the shooting and driving mechanics and a prototype for a new revive mechanics.
Scarface Empire was built at Radical Entertainment, the same studio that made the first game. However, the project was sluggishly canceled after Vivendi merged with Activision back in 2008. At the time, Scarface: The World Is Yours received extensive critical acclaim and excellent sales.
Scarface Empire was using a heavily modified version of Prototype, a Radical Entertainment game. Following Prototype 2, Radical became a support studio for Activision Blizzard and was developing playing like Bungie''s Destiny.
Scarface: The World Is Yours
Tony Montana died so quickly. Sosa took everything you had. Now you''ve got nothing but that never stopped you before. You''re back with a vengeance to defend your turf and your empire. All you need is your balls and your word.
In an original explosive script by famed screenwriter David McKenna, you''ll get the cash, then you get revenge!
With Tony''s signature flair and shabby, bury those cock-a-roaches in Blind Rage Mode Insult intimidate and impress the way only Tony can become the kingpin of a prosperous underworld economy Experience the lavish lifestyle of a crime boss Hire henchmen to do your dirty work The open world of Miami and the Islands is yours no load times no limits.
- Explore vast environments. Players will travel through the steamy violent streets of Miami and surrounding islands, smuggling drugs and avoiding rivals and the DEA as they rebuild their fallen empire.
- Mix your own music. Gamers can play with an immersive soundtrack of music from the film''''s time period, or take control by choosing from a play list including hot new artists.
- All-Star cast of characters. The game''''s roster of voice actors includes original Scarface cast members Steven Bauer and Robert Loggia (who played Manny Ray and Frank Lopez respectively), comedians Jay Mohr and Cheech Marin, and actors James Woods, Miguel Sandoval, Robert Davi, Michael Rappaport and Michael York.