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Max Payne 3 review: bullet time machine
Don’t miss Polygon’s in-depth review of the latest in the Max Payne series:
So here we are, in 2012, and Rockstar Vancouver has finally delivered Max Payne 3. The questions are myriad: how can Rockstar make a sequel to a series so intimately linked to the sensibilities of Remedy? How can a company not known for its action chops follow up a series known for its twitch, arcadey action? And how in the hell can a game move through almost nine years of third-person shooter evolution and still find relevance? 

I’m excited about this coming

thisistheverge:

Max Payne 3 review: bullet time machine

Don’t miss Polygon’s in-depth review of the latest in the Max Payne series:

So here we are, in 2012, and Rockstar Vancouver has finally delivered Max Payne 3. The questions are myriad: how can Rockstar make a sequel to a series so intimately linked to the sensibilities of Remedy? How can a company not known for its action chops follow up a series known for its twitch, arcadey action? And how in the hell can a game move through almost nine years of third-person shooter evolution and still find relevance? 

I’m excited about this coming