Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:02am 29/08/12 | 3 Comments
This pack also introduces new modifiers for Score Attack in Arcade Mode: Explosive Rounds, Lone Wolf AI (much more aggressive enemies) and a Headshots Only mode. There's also a new Noir Mode which lets you play in Arcade Mode in the signature black & white style of classic film noir.Be sure to drop us a line in the Comments section if you grab the new content with your thoughts.
Post by Eorl @ 11:40am 28/06/12 | 2 Comments
This pack includes three new maps for Max Payne 3 Multiplayer featuring areas from the game’s intense final chapters, plus a new weapon, a new item, a new multiplayer faction and associated new Achievements, Trophies or Social Club accomplishments.Rockstar has also noted that the first week of the DLC launch will include a discount to the price, due to what was to be an initial release of June. The discounted prices will be 480 Microsoft Points for Xbox LIVE or $9.05 on PSN and PC, and will then go back to 640 Microsoft Points for Xbox LIVE or $11.45 on PSN and PC.
Sadly PC are at the end of the stick with this new pack, with the release dates set for July 4th for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, and the PC version launching later on July 18th. Check out the screenshots below for a glimpse at the three new multiplayer maps that are sure to cause a bullet fight.
In related DLC news, Rockstar has also announced that all pre-order related DLC will be available for purchase on July 4th for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, however again PC players will have to wait until July 17th for their chance to grab the DLC.
Post by Eorl @ 08:56am 02/06/12 | 27 Comments
Max Payne 3 is the story of former New York City detective, Max Payne. His life in ruins and unable to move on from the tragic events of years past, Max looks for a new start working private security with an old friend in São Paulo, Brazil.If you still aren't sure whether the life of Max Payne is worth it, check out AusGamers review. You can also check out the PC launch trailer embedded below which gives a great view of those beautiful graphics in action.
Post by Eorl @ 12:20pm 26/05/12 | 0 Comments
While consoles are enjoying the gritty world of Max Payne 3, PC players are eagerly awaiting their turn with the expected release of June 1st. To help the time pass, Rockstar has released new details on low and high end specifications as well as two new screenshots depicting the advanced graphics options.
As you can see from the specs list, we’ve worked hard to make sure the game will run smoothly on a wide range of PC builds. But it’s when you get towards the top end of that range that you can really push a game to its limits, and the game will look and run incredibly on the most advanced current machines around at the moment and well into the near future.To find the updated range of minimum to maximum tested system specs check out the link here. As well as the update system specs, Rockstar has released two PC specific screenshots detailing the gorgeous graphics that you can expect with the scalable high-resolution textures and character models in-game.
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:19am 18/05/12 | 4 Comments
From our review:
Max Payne is a package and a half, and also represents a massive leap forward, visually, for the Rockstar bench. The environments throughout are some of the most detailed I’ve seen in a long time, and even on the review platform I played the game on, Xbox 360, I was constantly dropping my jaw -- it’s simply breathtaking.For the full review (8.8/10) click here.
And drop us a line with your Max thoughts post-purchase in the Comments section.
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 02:50am 15/05/12 | 2 Comments
It's been a long time coming for Max, and while many of his supporters are worried about where his new handlers have taken him, I urge them to know that at the very least, down to his written core, Max is Max and Rockstar's treatment of him is of a stellar calibre. In today's review, I've avoided any story spoilers, because Max's tragic journey is your tragic journey.
Click here to read the AusGamers Max Payne 3 review.
Post by Dan @ 03:17pm 14/05/12 | 4 Comments
bad press that Microsoft's Games for Windows Live DRM system has been receiving of late, it's almost odd that Rockstar didn't confirm this earlier, but in response to a Twitter query (via PCGamer), the publisher very clearly stated "No, Max Payne 3 for PC will not use Games for Windows Live".
Rockstar's most recent PC outing L.A. Noire did not use Games for Windows Live, but a recent screenshot that sported the GFWL logo had sparked some concern that we might be seeing a return to the convoluted login process of Grand Theft Auto IV.
Max Payne 3 is due on PC on June 1st 2012, a couple of weeks after the May 18th 2012 Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 launch.
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:53am 10/05/12 | 0 Comments
That's right, you can now create or join your own rough and tumble CREW in preparation for slaughter in Max Payne 3 Multiplayer. Hit the CREW UP button on your profile page and you can browse Featured Crews looking for recruits or invite your mates to join your ranks to blast through Gang Wars and Team Deathmatch together, racking up XP and starting online Feud beefs come next week. Every Social Club member can belong to up to 5 Crews, so form your allegiances wisely.Rockstar are also offering any Crew that is created between now and May 15 the distinction of being a "Founder Crew", which seems more like an aesthetic title, though they're apparently working on special perks and abilities that Founders will have access to for being in the service first. Just click this link to learn more and sign up ahead of Max Payne 3's release next week.
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 02:47pm 07/05/12 | 0 Comments
Max Payne 3 comic book series with Marvel Comics, they're also offering the first issue of the comic as a free download ahead of game's forthcoming May launch.
Max Payne 3 Issue #1: "After the Fall" is written by Dan Houser and Remedy's Sam Lake, and features cover art from Greg Horn and pencils and inks by Fernando Blanco. The three part series will delve deep into Max's dark personal history, and "After The Fall" features characters from all three Max Payne games as the series weaves together events from various points in Max’s life.You can grab the comic right here.
Max Payne 3 is due to hit PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 May 18.
Post by Steve Farrelly @ 04:02pm 02/05/12 | 1 Comments
Max Payne 3 multiplayer component of their game, including an annual pass option to buy into all the DLC plans early and at a discounted rate.
The Rockstar Pass grants you access to all upcoming Max Payne 3 DLC and will be available for 2400 Microsoft Points (Xbox LIVE), or $29.99 (PlayStation Network and PC) – over a 35% discount compared to purchasing the content individually. Once purchased, the Rockstar Pass enables gamers to download all DLC releasing through the end of 2012 via the in-game store as soon as it is made available on Xbox LIVE, PlayStation Network, or PC.The first content pack to land after the game's release is the "Local Justic Map Pack", coming this June, which features the "Police Precinct map for Gang Wars, Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch and Payne Killer multiplayer modes", alongside two additional maps for Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch and Payne Killer as well as the usual multiplayer challenges, avatar awards and so on.
The rest of the schedule looks like this:
Max Payne 3 is due to release on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 June 1.