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As Don, you start by claiming your own hood. Buildings, weapons, and defensive measures can be acquired to ensure the security of your own district. Thanks to the inclusion of a real world map, you can complete a variety of missions around your location - making the player the center of an open-ended massive multiplayer experience unique to every location. No matter if you’re in the office, out traveling, at school, at home or out in public – somewhere there’s always a bank that can be robbed, a nearby jeweler that can be plundered, or a passing mobster who can be mugged. A ton of different quests can be completed all over the world.
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