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DescriptionJebediah Priest... That name will haunt you 'til the day you track him down and avenge your brother. Because you see, not only did this death row escapee murder your brother, but he also kidnapped his kids and stole your car. So now it's up to you to find him and his gang "The Red Texas Four" and put an end to their murderous ways. Your tools? Guns, fuel and guts.
Mexican Motor Mafia is a top down shooter game where you drive a car of your choosing (and budget) and track down bandits and gang members in the ultimate goal of avenging your brother. You will arm yourself with numerous guns limited by again your budget and space on your car. The 18 weapons range from pistols, and explosives to machine guns and rocket launchers. You can even get remote control cars which will explode on impact. What you drive and shoot depends on the money you will make running errands and cleaning out defeated enemies.
When you travel from town to town you will visit the shops and either trade what you've got or earn items running errands that you can trade for cash. You have unlimited ammo but will need to pay for damages caused to your wheels. You ultimately have a choice of 16 cars and these can be purchased from the dealers who fix your owned car.
As you progress you can level up and up three aspects of your character, his re-load time, his ability to fix his car after a battle and the distance he can see on the map between levels. This ability comes in handy if you're looking for someone or avoiding them.
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Depeche Mike (17196) added Mexican Motor Mafia (Windows) on Feb 29, 2008
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