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The award-winning Max Payne franchise put players in the role of Max Payne, a hard-boiled New York City detective with a penchant for violence, out to avenge the death of his family. The latest installment delivers more of the classic elements and hyper-intense action that fans have come to love, while moving the story of Max in a new direction.
Since leaving the NYPD and New York itself behind, Max has drifted from bad to worse. Double-crossed and a long way from home, Max is now trapped in a city full of violence and bloodshed, using his weapons and instincts in a desperate search for the truth and a way out.
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Panama posted 15/06/2012, 07:14
Runs like a dream compared to GTA4. Also nice to see the retention of New York Minute and higher difficulties in what I thought could have been a mediocre sequel.
Not a fan of the disorienting nature of the cut-scenes though. Yes we get it Rockstar, Max is always drunk and high off painkillers. Very clever.
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zarx posted 15/06/2012, 01:57
So far, it looks and runs great, but combat an be clunky, you have to watch the intro before you can change graphics settings and it doesn't detect native res. Also it's frozen a few times, and crashed a couple others.
Story isn't anything special so far but voice acting is great tho. There are some great little touches visually as well, things like wrinkles in shirts changing as you run etc.
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