In-depth Review: Max Payne 3 | Electronic Theatre

Our protagonist is the kind of guy you want to like, but is just such a complete ass you eventually resign to the fact that he’s never going to get it right. He’s the downtrodden excuse for a hero that Ubisoft originally sought out to make Sam Fisher appear to be in Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Conviction, were it not for a backlash from the audience at such a suggestion. With Max Payne however, Payne himself has always been a rather brash personality, and so that he’s now turned to the grittier side of life comes as little surprise. He’s a man who’s had everything he loved ripped away from him, twice, and now it’s no longer a case of vengeance, it’s merely a fight for survival.

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