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'''Max Payne''' is a videogame series developed by  Remedy Entertainment. The newest installment '''Max Payne 3''' was developed by [[Rockstar Vancouver]]. In [[2001]] the first Max Payne game was released for Microsoft Windows and in [[2002]] it was released for [[Xbox]], [[PlayStation 2]], and Apple Macintosh; a special version of the game was also released for the [[Game Boy Advance]] in [[2003]]. The sequel, '''Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne''' was released in 2003 for PC, Xbox and the PS2. In [[2009]], Rockstar announced Max Payne 3, being developed by Rockstar Vancouver and currently scheduled for the release in March 2012 for PC, [[Xbox 360]] and [[PlayStation 3]].
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'''Max Payne''' is a videogame series developed by  Remedy Entertainment. The newest installment '''Max Payne 3''' was developed by [[Rockstar Vancouver]]. In [[2001]] the first Max Payne game was released for Microsoft Windows and in [[2002]] it was released for [[Xbox]], [[PlayStation 2]], and Apple Macintosh; a special version of the game was also released for the [[Game Boy Advance]] in [[2003]]. A PS2 Classics version was released on the Playstation Store in May of 2012, shortly before the release of Max Payne 3.
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The sequel, '''Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne''' was released in 2003 for PC, Xbox and the PS2.  
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In [[2009]], Rockstar announced Max Payne 3, being developed by Rockstar Vancouver and currently scheduled for the release in March 2012 for PC, [[Xbox 360]] and [[PlayStation 3]].
  
 
==References in Grand Theft Auto series==
 
==References in Grand Theft Auto series==

Revision as of 20:10, 8 May 2012

Max Payne cover

Max Payne is a videogame series developed by Remedy Entertainment. The newest installment Max Payne 3 was developed by Rockstar Vancouver. In 2001 the first Max Payne game was released for Microsoft Windows and in 2002 it was released for Xbox, PlayStation 2, and Apple Macintosh; a special version of the game was also released for the Game Boy Advance in 2003. A PS2 Classics version was released on the Playstation Store in May of 2012, shortly before the release of Max Payne 3.

The sequel, Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne was released in 2003 for PC, Xbox and the PS2.

In 2009, Rockstar announced Max Payne 3, being developed by Rockstar Vancouver and currently scheduled for the release in March 2012 for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.

References in Grand Theft Auto series

GTA 2
  • What seems to be an early reference, Max Paynt Pay n' Spray shops.
Grand Theft Auto Vice City
  • Kaufman Cabs shares a name with a character in Max Payne.
  • The model in the Chick's 'N' Guns II poster is the same model for Mona Sax in Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne.
Grand Theft Auto San Andreas
  • The Max Pane bullet proof glass at the Gasso in the mission Tanker Commander.
  • The Bravura may be a reference to Jim Bravura of the NYPD in Max Payne.

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