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Max Payne 3 Trailer Spins A Web Of Violence

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BLAM! BLAM!

Watch the trailer, seriously. Rockstar Games are masters of this stuff. Done? OK, what's the deal, Max? You're just some hired gun? Fighting a bunch of other hired guns? Oh, police? Private military? Craziness!

As entertaining and explosive as the single-player campaign is, I'm much more interested see more of the game's multiplayer offerings. Red Dead Redemption's given me more confidence than ever in Rockstar's ability to create competitive experiences that are just as deep, involving, and fun as the single-player offerings.

Max Payne 3 lands May 15th on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 in the US, May 18th in Japan, Europe, and Australia. The game will get a PC release May 18th in Australia, May 29th in the US, and June 1st in Europe.
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