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  • Blog Post: Bullet Dodge, Shoot, Cover, Burst, Cover, Bullet Dodge, Shoot, Die, Restart

    "I was at the end of my rope. I couldn't dodge it any longer. My copy of Fuse was eying me, begging me to review it, but I had one last shot. The last ace up my sleeve. I jumped over the couch in slow motion as my mom asked me what the hell I was doing as HEALTH starts playing." This is... More
  • Blog Post: Max Payne returns in style

    When last we saw Max Payne, it was 2003. This was before third person shooters like Resident Evil 4, Gears of War and Uncharted had changed the gaming world and evolved the shooter into what it was today. We also last saw him forced to watch the woman he loves die in his arms, right after losing his... More
  • Blog Post: A Quick Good vs. Bad Review for Max Payne 3

    Quick isn't what I do, especially since my reviews usually take me at around an hour or 2 to complete even after taking notes during my playthroughs. However, I'm extremely backed up. I now have 9 other games that I've got to beat and review (though I may not even bother reviewing a couple... More
  • Blog Post: A new taste in shooters

    Well this sure has been a blast. This is a new idea for the shooter market. Something this genre truly needs. The focus on storytelling with a new way to kill the bad guys is refreshing and incredibly enjoyable. This is the kind of game everyone should get a taste of. It's not a shooter but a story... More
  • Blog Post: "Dime Store Angel of Death" slaughtering ...one bullet at a time

    Reviewed on PC After being fired from “New York’s finest” Max appears to have picked up drinking to pass his free time and fallen to pill addiction. A friend offers him a private security job in South America for the rich Branco family. But you already know these facts already, let’s... More
  • Blog Post: "I guess i'd become what they wanted me to be"

    Max Payne 3 takes players through poverty and riches in Brazil, and doesn't hold anything back. New and improved gameplay mechanics, thousands of animations in Max Payne alone, and realistic bullet entry and deaths, along with a great soundtrack, engrossing story, awesome graphics and shading, and... More
  • Blog Post: For A Bloated Drug Addict, Max Is A Pretty Impressive Guy

    Max Payne 3 starts with Max staring down at a completely maimed person struggling to escape whatever fate Max's gun has for him. Max's inner monologue kicks in, explaining how he has become just a murderous tool for another employer. This scene sets the tone of a game that certainly has a specific... More
  • Blog Post: Max Payne 3: Bring the Payne

    S tory Max Payne 3 uses a narrative approach to its storytelling with Max as the narrator, reliving flashbacks of recent and less-recent events. All of the events surround the plot of a Brazilian family with some serious enemies hell-bent on kidnapping them while Max tries in vain to protect them. Being... More
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