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Published on February 16th, 2012 | by Dan


New Max Payne 3 Trailer Shows Grit and Glam of Sao Paulo


Max Payne 3 is already one of our most anticipated games of this year, and a newly released trailer has just sent that anticipation through the roof. Rockstar appears to be spot-on with keeping the dark tone from the first two Max Payne titles.

This trailer was created entirely out of in-game footage, showing some in-game cut scenes and revealing a bit of the story framework. Max is working primarily for a businessman, Rodrigo Branco. His wife, Fabiana, is kidnapped while under Max’s protection, and Max is on a mission to get her back. The trailer shows the multitude of enemies Max will face in the quest to get her back: street gangs, corrupt cops, mercenaries, and anyone else with a grudge. It looks like we are in store for an explosive story throughout the streets of Sao Paulo.

The PC version of Max Payne 3 releases on May 29 in the US and June 1 in Europe.

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3 Responses to New Max Payne 3 Trailer Shows Grit and Glam of Sao Paulo

  1. Cold says:

    It looks nor feels nothing like Max Payne 1&2. I mean Sao Paulo, what is this Just Cause now? Part of MP was the dark city setting and this just throws it out the window. Also I don’t think making Max an old man was a really good idea. Might be a good game though.

  2. Foxy Grandpa says:

    i just died

  3. pickmyperk says:

    Max Payne 3 trailer looks 1 part ‘Man on FIre’, 1 part ‘Die Hard’ and 1 part…well…’Max Payne’



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