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Max Payne 3 Reviews

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Gaming Evolution 10/10 Jul 19 '12
1UP A- May 14 '12
Computer and Video Games 8/10 May 14 '12
Games Radar /10 May 15 '12
GameSpot 9.0/10 May 15 '12
GameSpot 9.0/10 May 15 '12
GameSpot 9.0/10 May 15 '12
GameSpot 9.0/10 May 15 '12
Strategy Informer 9.0/10 Dec 31 '69
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Max Payne 3 Previews

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Computer and Video Games Mar 01 '12
GameSpot Oct 06 '11
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GameSpot Mar 29 '12
GameZone Oct 17 '11
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"The fact that I happily pressed on through some of the game's frustrations is a testament to just how enthralled I was by the rest of MP3. I would gladly endure the occasional bout of annoyance to experience more of Rockstar's impeccable presentation and superb storytelling. Likewise, the high-bar set by the multiplayer makes it easy to forget any of the dissatisfaction that stemmed from shooting gallery bits of the main campaign. And although the gunplay may still have its roots planted firmly in the past, the way Max Payne 3 showcases its world is undeniably forward thinking. It's a bit strange to gain so much pleasure from Max's suffering, but I guess that's the true essence behind Rockstar's magic."
"Max Payne 3 may look like a title that is recycling established tropes. Its story, mechanics and presentation don't sound promising on paper. But the way in which the game's developers have assembled these aspects make the sum gain of their efforts a compelling offering. It's easy to be impressed when you're standing on the outside looking in. Once you're actually in control in Max Payne 3, the experience is mind-blowing."
"In the end, it's the polish and production values that will keep you playing. It only does one thing, but it at least does it extremely well, and the action is backed by a spectacular, ethereal score from noise-rock band HEALTH. Fans will miss the oddball, fourth wall-shattering humour, but there are enough references to keep us sweet - the classic theme tune, James McCaffrey's gravelly narration, the ugly tie - and Max Payne 3 remains, in most respects, a quality shooter. Just prepare for the long haul - and don't expect any great depth or variety along the way."
"It's been a long wait for Max Payne 3, but the titular hero returns for a blood-soaked bullet ballet. And there's no dancing around whether it was worth all of the time invested in delivering a great sequel. Now updated with a video review for your bullet timing, headshotting pleasure..."
"What's new, what's different, and what's gone in the Rockstar-made follow-up to 2003's Max Payne 2. "