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Do you recommend Max Payne 3?

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User Info: iPWNtheNoobs

3 years ago#1
It cheap and looks decent so not much to lose. I still wondering.
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User Info: DV8ingSources

3 years ago#2
Its a huge download but yes its a fine game for a single play. Subsequent plays are hampered a lot by the mostly unskippable cutscenes that make up a solid third of the game. The MP is dead and was substandard imo.
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User Info: MrMonkhouse

3 years ago#3
It's 35GB.

User Info: EciDemon

3 years ago#4
At that price it's a steal.

Well worth a playthrough. Is fun and looks great and performs great too.
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User Info: AsucaHayashi

3 years ago#5
+amazing gunplay
-absolutely horrendous pacing in the form of unskippable cutscenes(10-11 hour game with about 3-4 hours worth of cutscenes and scripting).

you decide if that's worth the price of admission.

if you haven't played the originals then i suggest either of those above MP3.
PC hardware doesn't need to match console hardware in price when PC gamers save literal thousands from the software they buy.
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User Info: killkount

3 years ago#7
It's a good game. Next to everything is scripted except for you shooting your gun. Gone are the days where you get the jump on a group of unsuspecting enemies and quick save before you kill them all so you can quick load to kill them all again in a different fashion.
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