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Max Payne
Game Description:Adaptation of the successful PC and console action series. Though the game takes on a brand new viewpoint with simplified gameplay to work with the portable system's limitations, the GBA version of Max Payne is a faithful translation that brings a lot of new style gameplay (along with buckets of blood, gore, and adult situations) to the handheld. The game is essentially an action shooter with the basics of an adventure game -- hitting triggers or switches to open doors -- thrown in. The hook of the game design is its implementation "Bullet Time". Players must utilize Max Payne's bullet time ability to slow down the passage of time to survive.
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