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Max Payne 3 Preview [ThriftyNerd]

Michael DiMauro of ThriftyNerd.com says, "The biggest impression that I had with my hands-on time with Max was how cinematic it ended up feeling. Staying in cover just doesn’t cut it. You need to keep Max moving, or you will be dead. I could even feel myself being enticed to pull off more stylish maneuvers just because they looked cool, even if it wasn’t the most direct or even the smartest way to take care of a situation." (Max Payne 3 , PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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