this game was awesome, I enjoyed every minute of it. Played through the first time on hard, which definitely got frustrating at points, but was overall very doable, especially because of the last man standing and the fact that you will respawn with an additional pain killer if you die enough times in the same part. I'd imagine i'd be breaking things going through it on the hardest difficulty without last man standing
Anyone else thinking of getting the Rockstar Pass for 30 bucks? It says it's over 35% in discounts if all the DLC were purchased separately, which means it was about 46.15 if it was a flat 35%-off rate. Also, one of the DLCs is a co-op one, which would be really nice.
Also, I bought my friend a copy on the PC, since he doesn't have a job and I would like to play with someone.
How exactly do you manage to kill all the guys on the roof when trying to save the sister pretty early in the game?
I got through the first few parts, but there is this one guy on a slightly elevated position and I just can't aim at him. No matter what I do I can't get anywhere near him. All I can do is sit in the helicopter and wait and watch until he kills me.
Beyond that, I find the lack of ammunition a bit extreme. It's not like I shoot like crazy, but I ran out of ammo quite a few times already, which makes it kind of hard to kill a whole group of people.
I have this on PC with the settings maxed. Mother of god. The most realistic game I've ever seen, especially the cutscenes. The montage at the favela with the kid is especially good looking. To give you an idea how high res the textures are, the install is 36 gigs.
Bumping up an older thread but I played the originals when they came out and have replayed them several times since. Finally got around to, er, DL'ing Max Payne 3 the other day and this game is by far, one of my favorites of all time.
I'm not a huge video game player but the production value on this game; the voice acting and presentation especially, were incredible. I know some don't like the direction compared to the first two but I think it's a great evolution. The intertwining of the flashback chapters in Hoboken was a great touch, though.
My only complaint is that the game ended. I rarely ever say that about a video game (funnily enough, Red Dead Redemption was one of the last). I don't know where they'd take it but does anyone know if R plans on making Max Payne 4? I'd imagine it'd be a few years out at least.
It feels like playing a movie. This is awesome. Absolutely incredible. Cinematic.
Yeah, I'm not sure why some lambasted it for that. The singleplayer is fantastic. I played it in one sitting I was sucked in so much. Some frustrating parts, but overall a great experience. Soundtrack is great.
Just picked this up at Future Shop for 20 bucks and all I have to say is wow! Was not expecting much from this game but had a blast from start to finish. Played it on hard which was incredibly frustrating at parts. My only real issue was that at certain points when you would crouch behind objects the character would freeze leaving you susceptible to enemies. Other than that great game, 9/10.