"They were all dead. The final gunshot was an exclamation mark to everything that had led to this point. I released my finger from the trigger. And then it was all over."
Remember a long time ago when everyone were talking about Max Payne upcoming games or even movies? Well thanks to Remedy Entertainment and 3D Realms for making such a wonderful game.
Despite hearing rumors from words of mouth-spread that Max Payne games will be coming soon. Yes, the second one came out with the titled Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne by Rockstar Games. The first one has always been the classic and best game after all.
The sequel has a lot of changes especially on Max Payne's facial animation. The original game the character of Max Payne was modeled after game designer Sam Lake. For Max Payne 2, however, Remedy instead used actor Timothy Gibbs as the model for Max Payne.
Max Payne is one of all time everyone's favorite third-person shooter game. It is my favorite too!
The gameplay of Max Payne revolves heavily around bullet-time. When triggered, bullet-time slows down the passage of time to such an extent that the movements of bullets can be seen by the naked eye — it is a form of slow motion. The player, although his movement is also slowed, is still able to aim and react in real time, providing a unique advantage over enemies. This makes avoiding being shot easier and enables Max to perform special moves, such as shootdodges where Max leaps sideways through the air while continuing to fire his weapon.
Occasionally, when the last character of a group is killed, the viewpoint switches to a third-person view of his falling body with the camera circling around it.
Earlier i did review a little review on the upcoming Max Payne film somewhere around last year - the one with the title: Payne & Redemption starring Nigel Billing?
Well that film still does moves on but when does it hit the theatres or will it be just some sort direct-to-video to store? Oh well..
But the real deal is coming soon on October 17, 2006 this year! With Mark Wahlberg starring as Max Payne and Mila Kunis as Mona Sax. There's no doubt that this film is going to be a hit. But I'm pretty sure that it is going to be much more interesting than Hitman: Agent 47. The live-action adaptation of the video game to be directed by John Moore (Behind Enemy Lines, Flight of the Phoenix, and The Omen).