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Max Payne 3 (Xbox 360)

Max Payne 3 (Xbox 360)
alaScore 95

77 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 77 reviews from magazines and websites. Comments about the single player gameplay and graphics are generally positive. The design and gameplay are also appreciated, whereas some have doubts about the story.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the Max Payne 3 (Xbox 360) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 95/100 = Excellent quality.

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Max Payne 3 Review: Justice is served on PS3 in Max’s third outing

 

Max Payne 3 has our favorite former detective traveling to Brazil, and not to set up for the Olympics. Find out what we thought about his latest.

Max Payne 3 is an incredible single-player campaign, with an enjoyable multiplayer. Sure there’s loads of chit-chat and much less freedom than other Rockstar games, but this doesn’t do any serious injustice to such a great game. Max Payne 3 review...

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The last time gamers played a Max Payne title was in 2003, but it certainly doesn't feel that way. While the industry has gone through many changes since the second game in the series was released, it still holds fond memories for quite a few people...

Max Payne 3 is a highly polished title that brings the series into the current generation with a bang. It does run into some repetition and the spacing between checkpoints will likely infuriate some players, but the single player campaign has some over...

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It's hard to believe that Max Payne has really been gone since 2003. Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne didn't set the world on fire by any means, but the series garnered enough of a cult following thanks to its flashy mechanics and endearing style to...

It’s not as earth-shattering as a Grand Theft Auto, but Rockstar has definitely put their mark on Max Payne as a series with this entry. The story wraps up nicely, and it’s interesting to see Max in a game with a much darker tone, especially when, for...

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Max Payne 3

 

It wasn't going to end well. As we are reintroduced to Max Payne we hear him promise himself a new life, away from the history of his past. A promise quickly thrown against the walls, drowned in drink, and numbed away with painkillers. Welcome back, Max.

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Max Payne 3

 

Finnish developer Remedy Entertainment introduced gamers in 2001 to Max Payne, with its sequel following in 2003. With Max Payne 3, Rockstar Vancouver has taken the reigns along with assistance from Rockstar London, New England, and Toronto studios. In...

Max Payne 3 signifies a new direction and developer for a series that has been well-known for its engrossing narratives and bullet time-focused gameplay. Unfortunately, the narrative begins with a thrilling premise that never quite manages to fulfill...

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Max Payne 3 (Xbox 360 & PS3) Review

 

Rockstar took over developing duties for Remedy and changed the visual aesthetic of Max Payne but kept a lot of his characteristics the same. So, is everybody right in praising this new Max Payne? Or are they just eating too much Rockstar hay?

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It’s hard to believe that it’s almost been a decade since we’ve last visited with Max Payne and his grim story. It also feels like it’s been forever that I’ve been waiting for Max Payne 3 ever since that first screenshot of a bald Max was shown back in...

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Max Payne 3 is about 90% awesome.

I realize this sounds like a mostly negative review, but Max Payne 3 is a strange study in contrasts. It really does feel like two very different games fighting each other for supremacy, like Max and his 2004-style cinematic gameplay are trying to...

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Max Payne has always been an interesting series. To date, it's still one of the only neo-noir titles to grace gaming, and it pioneered the "bullet-time" phenomenon, which previously was synonymous with The Matrix

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The last time we saw Max Payne, he was still trying to shrug off the pain and misery that came from Rockstar's Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne, which did pretty good on the Xbox and PlayStation 2 platforms. Since that time, the developers at Remedy...

The slow-motion Bullet Time gameplay, which Max Payne has become known for, is not only back, but improved, between the slo-mo dives that enable you to take quick head shots at assailants, and just shooting at guys in general when they aren’t expecting...