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Ice Cube and DJ Shadow Create Original Song For Mafia III Launch Trailer

Ice Cube and DJ Shadow have created an original song specifically for the Mafia III Revenge Launch Trailer, which was released today. Mafia III, the thrilling organized crime drama set in the immersive open world of 1968 New Bordeaux, launches tomorrow for PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One and Windows PC.

Ice Cube and DJ Shadow’s “Nobody Wants to Die” is an original track that evokes the spirit and themes of Mafia III and protagonist Lincoln Clay’s path of revenge against the Italian mafia in 1968 New Bordeaux. Full lyrics for “Nobody Wants to Die,” as well as custom commentary by Ice Cube, is available from Genius at https://genius.com/Ice-cube-nobody-wants-to-die-lyrics.

Standard, limited Deluxe and Collector’s Editions of Mafia III are available for pre-order. The Mafia III Deluxe Edition will be available digitally, and physically in a limited capacity from select retailers, and includes both the game and access to additional, post-release downloadable content, including the Season Pass. The Mafia III Collector’s Edition is packed with physical and digital items, providing a window into the sights and sounds of 1968 New Bordeaux, including the official soundtrack and original game score, both on 180-gram vinyl, a collectable art book, art prints, and more. Those who pre-order any edition of Mafia III from participating retailers will receive the Family Kick-Back, which includes three exclusive lieutenant-themed vehicle and weapon gifts available to players at launch.

Mafia III will be available tomorrow for PS4™ system, Xbox One and Windows PC.

Check out the launch trailer below:

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XCOM: Enemy Unknown coming to iOS this Summer

2K Games announced at its PAX panel today that the “full XCOM experience” will be coming to iPhone and iPad this summer. 2K also put up a video on YouTube showing off the gameplay and how it works on iOS. 2K also states that they have optimized the touch controls for the game, and haven’t resort to just using virtual buttons. Though, the game looks like it must have made some graphical compromises and cutbacks in order to fit the 20 GB game on an iOS device. No price point was announced, but we do know that XCOM: Enemy Unknown will release on iOS devices this summer.