Max is back in Max Payne 3, and this time the boozing, pill-popping, noire-incarnate ex-cop finds that combat in sunny Brazil is hotter than New Jersey.
Max Payne 3 for PC is now available worldwide at retail and via digital download. Developed in parallel with the critically acclaimed console versions, Max Payne 3 for PC delivers the ultimate Max Payne 3 experience, supporting a wide range of PC specifications, plus advanced graphics options, scalable high-resolution textures and character models, DirectX11 features, LAN support, multi-monitor support and stereoscopic 3D compatibility. Max Payne 3 is the story of former New York City detective, Max Payne. His life in ruins and unable to move on from the tragic events of years past, Max looks for a new start working … Continue reading Max Payne 3 Hits The PC
LA Rock Band HEALTH will be composing the soundtrack and score for our upcoming action-shooter Max Payne 3. In addition to composing the dynamic in-game score, HEALTH will be creating exclusive songs for the game’s soundtrack, which can be heard on the following trailer. "We’re really excited to be working with HEALTH on this project, says Ivan Pavlovich, Soundtrack Supervisor for Rockstar Games. "They’ve brought a distinct energy and atmosphere to the game that perfectly fits Max’s dark story." "Video games are redefining entertainment and whether people like it or not, they are becoming as culturally relevant as films," said … Continue reading HEALTH Composing Score For Max Payne 3
The second official trailer for Max Payne 3 reveals the web of intrigue that builds around Max, beginning with the kidnapping of Rodrigo Branco’s beautiful young wife, Fabiana, while under Max’s protection. As Max fights to uncover the truth behind the kidnapping, he is pulled deeper into a web of violence and deception with little hope of escape as street gangs, paramilitary forces and elite police units fight for power and influence over the streets of São Paulo, Brazil. Publishers: Rockstar Games Platforms: PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Beginning today and continuing through January 13, 2012, Rockstar Games is offering our Twitter followers the unique opportunity to be immortalized as one of eight Max Payne 3 multiplayer gang characters, just by using the #MaxPayne3 hashtag on Twitter. Every week from now until January 13, we will be selecting 10 people at random that have used the #MaxPayne3 hashtag. If selected, participants will be contacted either via tweet or direct message to submit a photo for consideration. Two finalists will be chosen from each group each week (eight people in total), and will have their likeness appear as a … Continue reading Twitter Your Way Into Max Payne 3
Yes, there will be a GTAV, set in California. Enjoy! Publishers: Rockstar Games Platforms: PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360
Rockstar’s website has been transformed into a holding page confirming the next in its superstar series, Grand Theft Auto. The page simply states Grand Theft Auto V and the date 2 November for a trailer. Not many games could garner so much excitement from so little information, but fans have been speculating on content of the new title since seeing the end credits roll on the previous GTA. No further details of GTAV have been revealed. Rockstar is keeping us all guessing when it comes to locations, characters, platforms and a release date. Publishers: Rockstar Games Developers: Rockstar Games
Rockstar Games, a publishing label of Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc. (NASDAQ: TTWO), and Team Bondi Pty. Ltd., are proud to announce that L.A. Noire will be arriving this fall for the PC. "L.A. Noire is a new type of game that makes players see through a detective’s eyes in 1940s Los Angeles," said Sam Houser, founder of Rockstar Games. "Its unique blend of story, action and crime solving will be perfect to play on PC." The PC version of L.A. Noire was developed by Rockstar Leeds. It will run on a wide range of PCs and feature customization, including keyboard … Continue reading LA Noire Is Coming To The PC
LA Noire is probably the most anticipated game of the year so far, and for the most part it lives up to its billing, though a few plot holes and gameplay shortcomings drag down an otherwise perfect title.
Combining The Lost and Dammed and The Ballad of Gay Tony into a single game that doesn’t even require the original title is a stroke of genius, and a godsend for Grand Theft Auto 4 fans.