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  • Blog Post: Max Payne 3 Campaign Review

    Max Payne 3 Developed by Rockstar Vancouver Published by Rockstar Studios, Subsidiary of Take-Two Interactive Rated: Mature Released: May 15 th , 2012 Max Payne 3 caters to the adult gamer. Not because of sex, violence (although it’s loaded with it), or ridiculous language (even though that’s... More
  • Blog Post: Max Is Back

    Max Payne 3 "Max Is Back" Platforms: PS3, Xbox 360, PC Creator/Producer: Rockstar Games ESRB Raiting: Mature Genre: Third Person Shooter Action Its been awhile since the last Max Payne, and it took Rockstar long enough to get Max Payne 3 on the market. After an excruciating long wait, Max Payne... More
  • Blog Post: Welcome back Max

    Max Payne 3's opening scenes waste no time explaining the type of man that that Max is. Addicted to Pain killers and alcohol and still lamenting the loss of his wife This opening scene is to show newcomers and fans alike just exactly how far Max has stooped from his previous adventure. Though lady... More
  • Blog Post: Stop! Bullet Time!

    Score: 9.0 / 10 Max Payne 3 Xbox 360 - PS3 - PC Developer - Rockstar Games Publisher - Rockstar Games Release Date: May 15th, 2012 Pros: Combat never disappoints with flashy, familiar gunplay Solid look and style of storytelling that holds your interest Sharp textures and environments Surprisingly fun... More
  • Blog Post: A 'Payne Pill' for action addicts.

    I was skeptical at first when I saw Max in a bright Hawaiian button-down shirt and sporting a freshly cut shaved head. I thought to myself "That's not Max Payne, that's John McClane on vacation!" Although I am a huge 'Die Hard' movie franchise fan, I am also a big Max Payne... 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: "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: Max Payne 3. Slightly Overrated.

    First let me say, I enjoyed Max Payne 3. It's fluid combat, and cinematic gunplay, certainly make Max Payne 3 an overall good experience and fun to play in general. However, I couldn't help but feel detached and uninterested in the story. There was nothing about the characters that compelled... More
  • Blog Post: Honest Opinion

    i really thought it lacked alot, i guess i should give a second try, but afterre discovering MGS 4 over the weekend and then playing this afterwards the game sadly enough felt slow, the action felt lame having to slow down to "bullet time" isnt as fun as i remember it being and quiete honestly... 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: Here comes the Payne!

    I am a longtime fan of Rockstar as a developer, and have loved playing their masterpieces. One series that I just couldn't get in to was Max Payne. It just felt like a failed attempt at GTA glory when I first played them. That was then, and this is now. From the moment I begun the game until the... More
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