Rockstar’s released a handful of new screens for Max Payne 3.
According to the information sent over, with Max Payne 3, it’s Rockstar’s intention to stay true to the fundamentals of the original games, while also building upon them to create a game that lives up to what a Max Payne game should be in 2012 ‘the most cinematic, sophisticated action shooter yet made’.
Rockstar’s certainly made plenty of changes for this update, introducing plenty of improvements to Bullet Time, such as Realistic Shoot-dodge, a Final kill-cam and also a Last Man Standing system, which will see Max given one last chance to survive before being killed. Pain Killers have also been introduced, since Max can’t actually regenerate health, so this is at least a way for him to heal when injured.
You can be sure of a feature packed game when playing Max Payne 3, although we wouldn’t expect anything less from Rockstar.
Check out the screens below.
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