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See Old Max In New Max Payne 3 Screens

Posted on Monday, March 19 @ 11:21:54 PST by

So much fuss was made about Max Payne's bald head. Oh, what happened to his hair? Why isn't he smirking all the time? Why is he fat? What, did he eat too many cheese burgers? Man, a cheese burger sounds good right now. I'll go get one. Be right back.... OK, I'm back. Why did I eat that cheese burger? It's making me fat.... Also I'm losing my hair.

Well, whatever! Younger, not-so-hairless Max is in Max Payne 3 too. See? These screenshots prove it! I still haven't had a chance to play Max Payne 3 myself, but after Red Dead Redemption, I don't really question Rockstar Games. L.A. Noire has ensured that I don't get myself too hyped up over anything from the publisher, but I'm just optomistic enough to put down money at my local GameStop.

Max Payne 3 will land on store shelves for Xbox 360 and PS3 on May 15th in America and May 18th in the rest of the world. Rockstar will also be releasing Max Payne 3 for the PC on May 29th.



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