A long-awaited video game of US mafia series The Sopranos is to hit store shelves this summer (06), giving fans a chance to interact with the famous crime family. The single-player game, which has taken seven years to develop, will allow players to enter the world of Tony Soprano. It is even possible to visit the Bada Bing! strip club, the Vesuvio restaurant and Satriale's Pork Store. And James Gandolfini, who plays Tony, is lending his voice to the game for an extra touch of realism. TOM STRATTON, a spokesperson for video game giant THQ, says, "If anyone was a fan of the show, those situations that really mount to that spine-tingling, s**t's-about-to-happen moment, that will be in the game."