Mafia: Survival Game :- Watch Mafia: Survival Game on Youtube on Fire, Moscow, 2072. Twelve contestants, each with their own story and motives, play a televised game of Mafia. Those eliminated must enter a virtual reality to conquer their worst fear – or die trying. In the game, each player is assigned an allegiance: you are either a “good guy,” or “villager;” or you are a “gangster” or a “werewolf.” Each night, when all players close their eyes, the baddies secretly vote to kill a member of the other team. Each morning, upon discovering the grisly remains of their friend (this is all usually narrated by a game master of some kind), every player votes and argues over who they think is a bad guy.”Mafia” is an action thriller, based on the famous interactive survival game – Mafia. The action takes place in the distant future in Moscow, Russia. Mafia game is a world-wide phenomenon, now the most popular television show ever. Every year, eleven fearless volunteers, from all walks of life, gather together to find out – who are the innocent civilians, and who are the ruthless Mafia. A game, that the outcome of which determines who will live, and who will die. Those who die are hunted by their worst fears, in elaborate and horrifying ways, while the whole world watches in rapacious awe. There are only two ways out, to win and become wildly rich and famous, or to lose and vanish forever into the abyss of your nightmares.It is reminiscent of the under-appreciated Georgian-French film Treize Tzameti, about a secret “Russian roulette” tournament, if that film had any kind of budget and was also totally terrible. I’d like to put a question to Escapist readers, now. What do you think has given us better films – video games, or board games? Which has the most potential? Personally, I can’t think of any game-based movie better than Clue, but I am eager to know what you guys think!
Mafia: Survival Game on YoutubeonFire :-
Action, Sci-Fi, Thriller
Release: 1 January 2016 (Russia)
IMDB Rating: 4.9/10
Director: Sarik Andreasyan
Stars: Vadim Tsallati, Violetta Getmanskaya, Venyamin Smekhov