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Post by Dan @ 03:17pm 14/05/12 | 4 Comments
Given the 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.

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Posted 04:00pm 14/5/12
Awesome news :D
Posted 04:09pm 14/5/12
Interest revived slightly. Will wait for reviews and see if I can get it for like $40 or something.
Posted 04:24pm 14/5/12
So MP3 was just released on the scene for 360. So why do we have to wait an extra 2 weeks to play a game that PC gamers made popular?
Posted 05:12pm 14/5/12
It leaked a few days ago for the 360 actually. Already seen the ending.
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