Max Payne Mobile Review (Video)

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  • 21 Jun 2012
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  • We’re recently had the chance to review Max Payne Mobile, the remake of the original Max Payne title for mobile and tested it on a Samsung Galaxy S III unit. The result is the video review below, giving you a detailed look to this title. The game is usually available for $2.99 on the Google Play Store, but thanks to a promotion from yesterday, it was merely $0.99.

    The original game from 2001, the one that invented bullet time has been remade and its graphics have been revamped a bit. It has also been especially customized for Tegra 3 devices and controls are fully customizable, so you can move the virtual buttons wherever you want on the screen. The story goes like this: you’re an undercover cop framed for murder, who’s running and gunning mobsters and the corrupt police alike. This is a third person shooter with a gloomy urban atmosphere, lots of dark rooms, subways and sleazy motels.

    The game takes up 1.33GB and includes the bullet time mechanism, that works and looks great. Max Payne Mobile supports gamepad control and has detailed graphics options. The dialog in the title is fantastic and so are the sound effects and music. The gameplay may become repetitive, but at least the enemies come in groups, so they may be challenging. You’ll use a shotgun, sawed off shotgun, dual berretas, a pipe, a baseball bat and a ton of other weapons. We give this game an 8.5 out of 10 and recommend that you download it from here.

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