For Max Payne, the tragedies that took his loved ones years ago are wounds that refuse to heal. No longer a cop, close to washed up and addicted to pain killers, Max takes a job in São Paulo, Brazil, protecting the family of wealthy real estate mogul Rodrigo Branco, in an effort to finally escape his troubled past. But as events spiral out of his control, Max Payne finds himself alone on the streets of an unfamiliar city, desperately searching for the truth and fighting for a way out.
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Featuring cutting edge shooting mechanics for precision gunplay, advanced new Bullet Time® and Shootdodge™ effects, full integration of Natural Motion’s Euphoria Character Behaviour system for lifelike movement and a dark and twisted story, Max Payne 3 is a seamless, highly detailed, cinematic experience from Rockstar Games.
In addition to an expansive single-player campaign, Max Payne 3 will also be the first entry in the series to introduce a thorough and engrossing multiplayer experience. In a unique twist, Max Payne 3 multiplayer delivers a compelling experience that dynamically alters maps and mode progression for all players in a match. Along with traditional multiplayer modes, Max Payne 3 will also include a deep reward and levelling system, persistent clans and multiple strategic load-out options.
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I give Max Payne 3 10/10. I love this game and the price was very good.
Max Payne is back but the man we used to know doesn't exist anymore. He is a broken man now, too many drinks and painkillers to forget the past.The former cop is now hired by a brazilian family as a bodyguard, but what never change is that trouble can't stay away too long from our hero. The game offers a various gameplay, different locations and situations, lots of bullets , action and bullet-time, of course. A mature story, a balanced challenge and a tons of fun complete the game. Welcome back Max, we missed you.
Max Payne 3 is a great story and has several game modes for hours of fun. The story mode takes some time to complete but with all the action within, it's a great piece of entertainment. Bullet time is still there from the previous Max Payne games. In general, you might wish for more of the good-old Max Payne story wise, but that's just my humble opinion. Anyway, I really enjoyed the game.
Having played both Max Payne 1 and 2 when they were first released I was very excited about this title and it did not disappoint me. It is different from the first two games in the overall feeling but not in a bad way. I feel like it is an evolution of the series by Rockstar, taking the good from the previous games and moving it forward. So far I've completed the single player (the last 2 chapters are amazing) but haven't played multiplayer so I cannot comment on its quality. Overall I highly recommend this game.
Well done Rockstar... again as per usual. I have a lot of fun playing Max Payne 3, it's a really action packed game although some might find the action redundant, not me for sure. I really enjoy going through the city of Sao Paulo, the realisation is superb, and I will recommend this game if you like shooters!
Fantastic game with excellent graphics and game-play. An absolute must!
I've been a fan of Max Payne for some time. The atmosphere in Max Payne 3 has definitely changed but the good old Max is always the same: desperate and ready to do anything to complete his mission. The game is really well done, with excellent graphics and a pretty good multiplayer. Luckily, Max is back!
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Max Payne 3 is an AMAZING game. Everything, and I mean everything, is great. From the awesome story to the beautiful cutscenes filled with tons of effects, to the graphics, and more. But what really matters in such a game, is the gameplay. Fortunately, gameplay is another of MP3's assets. It's consistent all the way through, instinctive, fast paced, and very addictive. The game is really lengthy as well, and the multiplayer component is surprisingly good, with tons of modes and unlockable content to keep you coming back. So, to wrap it up, just get the game, you will NOT regret it!
The new and improved Max Payne. Buy it!
Max Payne 3 is a really good game. The graphics, gameplay and story are all great.
Max Payne 3 is a great game that is hugely entertaining. A nice mix of campy film noir, and beautiful set pieces. Love the way the story mixes with gameplay so it feels like you are controlling a movie rather than playing a video game. One criticism though, a bit too short but the excellent online makes up for that.
After having enjoyed the first 2 Max Payne games back in the days when they were released, I had doubts about this one when I saw the first images. The graphics looked too bright and colourful, and I loved the dark tone of the old titles, which was one of the most important features of them. After having played 3 or 4 hours, I must say that Rockstar has been able to make a superb action game, developing a great personality for this old, self-destroyed character called Max Payne. Its playability is more than good and the technical features (including graphics, animations, music, etc) are great. The only flaw that I found is that there are maybe too many stops during the gameplay, that are used to develop the story by means of cinematics. They are beautifully made, but I think that they are a little bit too long for my taste. Nevertheless, it's a truly worthy game, and you should definitely check it out!
I love Max Payne games (I've finished them several times). Max Payne 3 keeps the spirit of the former games. Good plot, awesome graphics, "bullet time", etc... And the most important fact: playability. It's very, very difficult to get tired of playing this game. Recommend this 100%
Max Payne 3 is a truly engaging cinematic experience. Max Payne 3 may be a linear shooter, but because of this Rockstar could truly make a great experience. The graphics, sound and animation are top notch, with Max falling into walls as he dodges bullets. It's around 10-12 hours long with a deep multiplayer as well to keep things going. My favourite game this year!
This game is not from Remedy - it's from Rockstar and it shows. Gone are the melancholy music, maxes slow decent into apocalyptic emotional hell. What you get is a technically solid but profoundly bland third person shooter. Would recommend as a rental only.
This is an interesting mix in the Rockstar fold. On the one hand it has all the story and cinematography that makes games like LA Noire, Red Dead Redemption, and the Grand Theft Autos so enjoyable to play. A truly epic story where you become wrapped up with the protagonists fate. And none more so here in Max Payne. But on the other hand, perhaps some gamers might choose to see Max Payne as a bit of an empty affair, considering it's nothing like the free roaming games gone by. And granted, it is a very linear experience as you move within the scenes from set-piece, to set-piece. But for me, this doesn't detract. If anything, it makes a welcome change. Too often I find myself with so much opportunity to wander off in to side quests in these open-form games that I loose sight of the main story, and forget why I'm even wandering about in the first place, if not for the flashing beacon on the mini-map, acting like my gaming conscience. We've come a long way from the first title in the trilogy, which I remember running on my aged PC back in the 90s and still being in awe of the (at the time) newly invented mechanic of 'bullet time'. And to this day, post-Matrix, it still works as a really cool feature. The reason it works is because it makes lame gamers like me (the ones who want to enjoy the story within the game and not get too hung up on ratcheting the difficulty to 'legendary') a chance to execute entire room clearing gun fights with precision and finesse. And don't be fooled; it's by no means an easy get out - moments in the game will leave you cursing still at your inability to pick off the last man who gets the drop shot on you. But what it does allow is some superb kill-cam moments of your finishing shots. The famous bullet-time mechanic really makes every play through unique from the cinematic point of view, and allows you to be immersed in the story in an unobtrusive, yet still involving way. Overall, I found myself storming through the game at a lightening pace, guns firing, bullet-time diving, and often wandering about discovering that there's actually very little point in 'exploring' any room other than to find a few minimal clues that trigger either voice-over analysis or sometimes cutscene extras. But on the whole, you can treat this as 'Jack Bauer's summer job arcade game'. Max is a cool character to play as, an anti-hero to some degree. Your ability to pick up all manner of weapons never leaves you stuck for ways to get out a fire-fight. Your get out of jail is the ability to take down close combat with the help of some awesome slow-mo finishing moves, and the story is as compulsive to see to it's end as any other Rockstar title. Have I been compelled to return to it at the next opportunity after my first play through? No. Is it because I know it'll be over before I know it? Yes. But then there is the multiplayer, and to be honest; it's a good game to get out with your mates and let them throw themselves about in too. I'd recommend getting it as the most interactive movie you'll play this summer.
In typical Rockstar fashion this game has great presentation and continues the story of Max Payne. He's still drunk and remembering his family who died but the game is now set in South America. The game shifts from one timeframe to another so it can be confusing, but overall it does break up the story. The story and dialogue is all done well, and the game is a good length. Single player will last you some time, and there is also an arcade mode (points, challenges etc.) and multiplayer. I can't say I enjoyed multiplayer but it does have a strong team element, so some players will find it a good change to the constant COD/Black Ops gameplay we all get force fed to us. It's a nice change but nothing too new. Graphically it's very good, and the games physics are top notch, and bullet time and damage makes you hope that other games were as realistic (to a degree). The action within the game is very cool and it reminds me alot of Deux Ex but more action packed. The game isn't easy, those of the Call of Duty ethos of die, spawn, die spawn will struggle to adapt. Using cover, blind fire and timing will save you a lot of frustration. Ammo is also in short supply so you have to be prepared. Overall a great game with plenty of fun and challenge to be had. It's a refreshing change so worth a buy, even if it's for the kills. Graphics 8/10 Presentation 9/10 Gameplay 7/10 Multi-player 5/10 Audio 7/10 Overall 8/10
As usual Rockstar have produced a amazingly cool and stylish game. Max Payne 3 has incredible attention to detail, fantastic driving soundtrack by LA Noise rockers HEALTH, and a great narrative to push the player forward. Once again Rockstar have produced an innovative game that is well worth a purchase, and particularly worth getting if you can get Elite Squad I & II as well from The Hut!
Max Payne 3 is a great game, a definite must have for any game lover.
Max Payne 3 is a good shoot-em-up with a good story line to keep the game together. The game is largely based in Brazil and the graphics are top notch. Pros: Great graphics Good storyline Super cool slow motion bullet time Great controls Huge range of weapons Cons: Slightly irritating blur vision for video clips that initially do not annoy but prolonged periods become a little irritating (not enough to ruin game) Storymode gives you two solid days of gameplay No Molotov cocktails as in previous versions Overall definitely worth buying - enough to keep user engaged