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Godfather II gets a new release date: April 7


7:00 PM on 02.11.2009
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The Godfather II: it seems like we know everything about it. We've had a couple of great previews, a nice little interview, and we even know who plays the voice of Michael Corleone in the game. And now we have some real release dates.

EA sent along a press release that says that North America will get Godfather II on April 7th, and Europe follows on April 10th. As you probably already know, this title is coming to the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC, and those that preorder will get an exclusive crew member, named Tommy Cipolla, to hire into their family.

Are you ready to build your own crime family now?






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