Mafia Wars Las Vegas items now giftable, but not very useful

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You know, Zynga could have really wowed us with the new set of giftable items the team alluded to yesterday in Mafia Wars, changing the way Trading was done to increase its usefulness. Unfortunately, a list of weapons, armor, vehicles and animals were made available for Trading that will almost certainly become obsolete once Italy hits by the end of this month. We expected Las Vegas job unlock and Collection items and to help the stragglers finish this content before everyone makes the big trip, but nay. (Though, we were right on target with Mystery Animals.)

Well, check behind the cut nonetheless to see what soon-to-be aged junk you can now gift along with official rules from Zynga and our explanation of how all this works.
Trading
Zynga needs to make up its mind on what's Gifting and what is Trading in Mafia Wars. To clear up the company's usual cryptic fashion and lack of desire to explain anything, these are items that are gifted to others from your own loot. Just click the "Gifting" button on the navigation bar, then click the "Trading" tab. From there, you can now gift items from Las Vegas loot and more, in addition to what was already giftable, directly from your loot to your mafia. Gifting like this thankfully doesn't affect your Free Gifting totals.

If only being able to gift dated items wasn't enough, there are three stipulations to this new feature. First off, if an item was bought for Reward Points, it cannot be traded. Second, unique items like boss fight and challenge mission rewards cannot be traded. Lastly, energy boosts of any kind cannot be gifted. Now that the official rabble is through, here's a full list of what can be gifted.

Vegas Weapons:

  • Carver
  • 24k Chainsaw
  • Biohazard
  • El Escorpión
  • Pump Shotgun
  • Gilded RPG
  • Belt Fed Shotgun
  • Two Pair
  • Precision SMG
  • Range Finder Rifle
  • Arcturion Assault Rifle
  • Pitbull Sentry Gun
  • Ripper Assault Rifle


Vegas Armor:

  • Football Jersey
  • Rhinestone Cowboy
  • Reinforced Boots
  • Reinforced Tuxedo
  • Motorcycle Helmet
  • Femme Fatale
  • Ventilated Blast Cap
  • Biker Leathers
  • Police Riot Helmet
  • Reinhardt & Otto
  • Ares Power Armor
  • Hopped-Up Thug
  • Cooling Vest


Vegas Vehicles:

  • Moving Truck
  • All Terrain
  • Road Tractor
  • Sand Storm
  • Highrise Sport
  • Classic Convertible
  • High Society
  • Hard Four
  • Dune Buggy
  • Mojave Mike
  • Performance Sports Car
  • Goldsmobile
  • X-22 Peregrine
  • Foo Fighter
  • Ballista Missile Launcher
  • Amphiquad


Vegas Animals:

  • Bison
  • Bark Scorpion
  • Bighorn Ram
  • Gila Monster
  • Diamondback
  • Pronghorn Antelope
  • Bighorn


Bangkok Animals:

  • Attack Cobra
  • Riding Elephant
  • Komodo Dragon
  • Forest Scorpion
  • Chain Viper


Mystery Animals
:

  • Arabian Leopard
  • Badger
  • Buffalo
  • Dingo
  • Cassowary
  • Piranha
  • Electric Eel
  • Kangaroo
  • King Cheetah

It's unfortunate that more useful items weren't made available for trade like Collection and job unlock items, but these might be useful to players trying to get through the tougher boss fights and survive high-level fights in Las Vegas. But don't worry, it'll all be useless when we make the move to Italy. Hey, at least Zynga can always update it.

What do you think of the new giftable loot items? What would you have liked to see become available for trade? Sound off in the comments. Add Comment.
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