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Submitted by chrisyoung0422 1049d ago | review

RipTen Review: Max Payne 3 (PC)

Chris Young writes, The last time we saw Mr. Payne it was late 2003 with the release of Max Payne 2: The Fall Max Payne. The sequel did not stray from the original’s winning formula of utilizing Bullet Time and telling the story through comic panels. The first teaser glimpses of part 3 showed a very different looking Max. Now he is stockier and almost completely burned out. We also saw the change to Rockstar Studios as the developing team taking over for Remedy (of Alan Wake fame). (Max Payne 3 , PC) 9.5/10

browland1  +   1049d ago
I really need to go back and finish Max Payne 3. Loved it for the three hours I played it, but I got sidetracked with other games. This must be corrected.
KingNintendoFanboy  +   1049d ago
Happens to me all the time.
PaladinXII  +   1049d ago
Such a good game. Hear it's even better on PC.
h311rais3r  +   1049d ago
Yea it is. The graphics and performance are more than doubled. It's very well optimized.
pandehz  +   1049d ago
Solid game finished it twice and now playing new york minute mode.

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