Its ok, no one under 14 or 12 so should play it.
Its a good Grand Theft Auto like game but not as Violent, and its more linear than Grand Theft auto in terms of story. There is little swearing, however the game holds the record of number times the F word is used. And the N word is used but it takes place in a time where it was commonly used still, but I wouldn't let this set aside a good game. There are no real-world items accept for the Weapons and Music, and the names of products are changed very subtly from their original. It takes place in 1945 and 1951 and you play as Italian-American Vito Scaletta who went to jail but got out on account of WW2, and was released from a wound. He does jobs for the mafia, as the name implys. It has violence as you would expect from a game that involves the mafia. There are some scenes where you are in a strip club. Its actually more like a Interactive Movie than a game but a content expansion allows open world play. It is also way more realistic than Grand Theft Auto or any other mostly driving game i ever played. I wouldn't let anyone under 12 play this.
This title contains:
Violence & scariness
Drinking, drugs & smoking