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Max Payne Videos and Trailers - GBA

  • Publisher: Take Two
  • Genre:Action, Adventure
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  • Release Date:Dec 17, 2003
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Titles rated "Mature (M)" may be suitable for ages 17 and older. They may include more intense violence or language than products rated "Teen" as well as mature sexual themes.)
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Game Description:The classic third-person shooter Max Payne comes to Game Boy Advance. A retired cop turns into a vigilante and hunts down scummy drug dealers. Max Payne mixes cutscenes and bloody shoot-outs to deliver a cinematic journey through the criminal underworld of New York City. Players can slow the action down to a Matrix-inspired "Bullet Time," which allows for extra-dramatic combat scenes. Packed with an impressive array of weaponry, over 25 levels of fighting, and light puzzles, this action shooter for Game Boy Advance promises to be one of the best titles of 2003!
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