Let’s Play Max Payne 3

It’s been years since the events of the first two games in New York City, where Max Payne began his journey to take down Valkyr, Aesir Corp and Nicole Horne and then the events of the sequel. He is now a shattered man. He winds up picking up a job down in Brazil and immediately gets intertwined into a giant situation involving Brazil’s most influential family. As the bodies pile up, you uncover a plot that nobody would have ever expected which goes far down deep and eventually seeps into the government itself. Max has gotta do what he does best and get to the bottom of the entire plot, bullet timing people left and right along the way. This game is a lot of fun and has a TON of gunplay if that’s your thing, but it doesn’t quite have the same charm as the first two original games. Still a fun game to play through and pick up on the events of Max Payne’s life. This was played on hard difficulty, and I didn’t have a whole lot of problems getting through the game really at all. There were a few challenging bits, but nothing I couldn’t handle at the end of the day.


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