Pre-Order Max Payne 3 for PC, Receive Bounty of Rewards

Pre-ordering the PC download version of Max Payne 3 off Amazon will earn you a host of bonuses, including a free game, Rockstar Credit, and exclusive DLC.

What’s the free game? Max Payne 2, which is perfect for people like myself who played the 2001 original but haven’t gotten around to buying the sequel just yet. Yeah, yeah, I know it was awesome — it’s on my list. You don’t have to sell me on Bullet Time; I love it already.

Aside from the free game, those who pre-order will receive a $10 discount on any of the 11 Rockstar Games available for download on, as well as these pieces of DLC: Classic Multiplayer Character Pack, Disorderly Conduct Multiplayer Weapons Pack, Pill Bottle item, Max Payne Retro Avatar, and the Amazon Exclusive Deadly Force Burst.

via Joystiq

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1 Comment on Pre-Order Max Payne 3 for PC, Receive Bounty of Rewards


On April 18, 2012 at 6:44 pm

Actually Max Payne 2 wasn’t all that awesome in my opinion. I mean, they changed the whole setting from a renegade, hardcore shooting, mob busting, tacky dressed badass around his early thirties looking for revenge to a 1960 style noir story with a much-older-than-he-shound-be Payne stuck in a spiral of depression and anguish… Sure, sure, the story is great, so is the game but i dunno, it kinda don’t fit at all with the previous title. Were it a fresh new franchise it would’ve made sense, but seeing a over 40 years old looking guy doing all that bullet time stuff, it really felt weird (age didn’t seem to slow him down at all, it only made him more acrobatic), even more by the forementioned fact that he shouldn’t have aged so much as it was only a coulpe years from max payne to max payne 2.

And before anyone mentions Mr. Fisher, let me remind you that Fisher was a highly trained covert-ops agent, who never really had any sort of break even when going under the radar on SC: Conviction, while Payne is a NY finest who worked undercover for 3 years before getting busted. So no, it still doesn’t explain it. (Not to mention, Fisher don’t do John woo style gunslingin’)