Vivendi Games (PlayStation 2, Xbox, PlayStation Portable, PC)
Most games based on a movie merely allow you to 'play' the original story. But The World Is Yours picks up where Scarface left off, with one big difference: Tony lives. After a few months of lying low, he reemerges, moves back into his mansion and sets about reclaiming his drug-dealing business.
It's a great idea, but an implausible storyline, repetitive gameplay and some absurd missions relegate The World Is Yours to the pile of mediocre Grand Theft Auto wannabes. Yes, the actor hired to provide Tony's voice does a great job, and there are a lot of interesting conversations to be had on Miami's mean streets. But all the great dialogue in the world can't make up for the game's shortcomings.