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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 02:50am 15/05/12 | 2 Comments
It seems to be a bit of a theme this year, but once again a videogame and pop-culture icon has emerged in a new product -- the tortured ex-Cop Max, in Max Payne 3.

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.



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Posted 09:40am 15/5/12
Good review, I find it amazing that you didn't touch any of the story at all yet still managed to cover the other aspects nicely. I think I'll buy this in time (on steam).
fryzeegunner
Posted 10:23am 15/5/12
Cant wait. I managed to get a copy on ozgameshop for $35 so I'm double pumped.
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