GNT: For me, nothing can quite recreate that feeling you get from revisiting an old game, some 10 years after its heyday, and finding that it still has the charm and class to knock your socks off all over again. One of the most recent bouts of nostalgia that I had the joy of experiencing came from the brilliant and seemingly timeless Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne. This absolute classic gaming franchise has had me hooked from the first time I played it many moons ago, back when ‘bullet time’ was all the rage thanks to The Matrix films. Having completed the first game in the Max Payne series around 11 years ago, I only managed to briefly experience the second installment in the soon-to-be Max Payne trilogy. When I was younger I didn’t fully understand and appreciate the genre of Max Payne. Now that I’ve revisited the game around 10 years later, I find the game to be even more riveting and intriguing than when I first played it.