Max Payne User Reviews
fun, addictive gameplay
you get plenty of lives or can restart the level when you die
it is fun to explore and find rooms full of ammo
a little hard to control at times
enemies off screen can be hard to spot, but i have learned to take this to my advantage
I got this game out of curiosity, as many of my friends had raved about the PC versions in the past and I had never really given it a shot. I saw that it was by Rockstar so I figured it must be pretty good and have found it close to impossible to put down.
I cannot really compare it to the other versions of the series as I have not played them, but I'm sure I will soon because I liked this one so much.
The levels have not been too hard, a few I had to start over several times but it wasn't too annoying. After just 2 days of playing it in my free time I'm already up to the last level and almo...
I think that this game is very good. It is neither too easy nor too difficult. I would love to see Max Payne 2 out on gameboy advance, I would be one of the first to buy it. There was nothing I did not like about this game. ...
Spoken dialogue on GBA!The bad:
Far too difficult in partsSummary:
Bang! Max Payne's slow-mo bloodshed and stark story line have come to GBA. The world-weary cop narrates his grisly tale with voiceover as flat as roadkill. Nearly every character is a murderer, murdered,or both. By the time Max leaves a room, bad guys' guts decorate its walls like grim, wet tapestries. Pokemon it ain't.
It ain't easy, either. Foes frequently fire from offscreen, so you'll need to spend bullet time(your only advantage) just to live long enough to locate them. Instant-death hazards such as pitfalls and flame jets are annoying and unthematic--if you can't shoot it, doe...