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Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne - Xbox

by Rockstar Games
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews) 84 / 100

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Platform: Xbox
  • Max is back on the NYPD as a detective, still haunted by his dark, bloody past. Responding to a police dispatch at a warehouse leads Max down the same violent path he'd abandoned before, with old friends and new enemies along the way.
  • Team up with the beautiful and deadly Mona Sax from the first game, as you control her intense sniping missions
  • All-new Bullet Time features -- the more enemies you kill the faster Max moves
  • New fighting moves and new weapons, like the MP5 and the twin Desert Eagles -- plus Max can equip grenades and Molotov Cocktails, and throw them while shooting
  • Advanced AI and superior graphics bring this twisted tale of revenge and murder to life

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Platform: Xbox
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B0000A92KZ
  • Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.5 x 0.8 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: December 1, 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,121 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

Platform: Xbox

Product Description

A violent, film-noir love story with stylish action sequences and slow-motion gunplay.

From the Manufacturer

In 2001, Max Payne arrived to set the benchmark for action gaming, earning countless awards and revolutionizing the genre with cinematic combat sequences fueled by the groundbreaking use of slow motion and compulsive narrative-driven gameplay. Now, working together with Rockstar Games, Remedy has combined Max Payne's hallmark gameplay with all new innovations and unmatched production values. Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne raises the bar for action games all over again.

Features include a film noir love story between a cop (Max Payne) and a femme fatale murder suspect (Mona Sax). The story is a thrill ride of shocking twists and revelations. Max Payne's signature slow motion gunplay has been improved on every level. Get ready for Bullet Time 2.0, with new guns and moves that make action more intense and cinematic. The fully integrated Havok physics engine allows for interactive environments with ragdoll characters and physics in slow motion that create breathtaking combat scenes. All new AI cooperative non-player characters and more believable enemies create tension and an interesting and varied challenge. Detailed environments with stunning photorealistic textures, highly enhanced radiosity lighting, and extremely lifelike characters (including facial animations and lip synchronization) provide a visually staggering cinematic experience. Massive production values include a motion-picture stunt crew, professional talent for voice acting and graphic novels, live motion capture, and authentic digital source material from New York City.

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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bullet Ballet December 13, 2003
Platform for Display:Xbox
When the original Max Payne hit PC users in 2001, it was generally considered a success. Bullet Time in videogames was still a shiny new concept and the unexpectedly over-the-top "film noir" style kept fans shooting away, despite complaints that, really, you were just doing the same thing over and over.
To a lot of people, however, Max Payne was a game that was far more than the sum of it's parts. Many people (myself included) fell in love with the gritty, absurdly heavy style of the game. Those that didn't really "get it" complained about Max's constant use of insanely overwrought metaphors, ever-present gloom, and ridiculous storyline, but everyone who was able to see it as the campy homage that it was had a blast.
When part 2 was announced, I was thrilled. Max Payne is a series that lends itself pretty well to a sequel because, really, you don't have to change much about the game mechanics. They're pretty simple, and they work fine. It had already come to light that there were going to be no fundamental changes beyond some minor tweaks to Bullet Time and a completely different plot, so it sounded good to me.
And, upon playing through the game in one sitting, that's exactly what I got.
What this means is, if you liked the first Max Payne, you'll like the second one, if you didn't, you won't. Easy as that. Gameplay is IDENTICAL. There are a few alterations to some of Max's moves and skills (i.e. There are now deeper levels of Bullet Time, attained by winning gunfights while under the effects of slo-mo) and a few new weapons (An AK-47 and a somewhat impossible dual-Desert Eagle approach) but that's it.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars "...looking down in the grave of your lover" January 19, 2004
By Porter
Platform for Display:Xbox
Never has there been a crime game saga like that of "Max Payne". It has revolutionized it's genre of gaming. "Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne" is a mesmerizing follow up to the original. The first one set the standard and this second chapter followed the original very well. Once again the game has a breath- taking storyline filled with stunning visuals of brutal and mesmerizing action. This time we guide Max through the web of controversy revolving around his love interest Mona Sax. At the climax we see her perspective as we have the chance to guide her through the adventure as our battered hero is fighting for his life. The game holds your intrigue throughout and delivers a heart pounding climax at the end. After completing the detective mode you then test your endurance in 4 more intense perspectives of the crime epic of Mr. Payne. This one is an original along with its predecessor. The "Max Payne" saga will go down as one of the greatest and most influential games in video game history.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A True Masterpiece on all levels March 10, 2004
Platform for Display:Xbox|Verified Purchase
When Max Payne first came out in 2001, I was blown away. The voice-acting, action sequences, bullet-time, incredible story, along with a great cast of characters. In Max Payne 2, everything is better or improved. One thing that made this game so great was its story. Torn between right and wrong, love and hate, not to mention a dark tragic past, is a great background to set the story. This is perhaps one of the best games ever made on any system. I have this game for the computer. I reccomend that you buy it for pc. You can download cool mods,etc. In addition, the ending you could see coming frim a mile away. However, the ending is great but very sad. After the last scene, the song "late goodbye" plays which fits in with the theme of the game. Never have I played a game that contains so much emotion and violence. PARENTS!! THIS IS GAME IS NOT FOR YOUNG KIDS. This is a game that is truly hard to top. The only bad thing was that it is short. The story alone is a good reason to buy the game, not to mention bullet-time. The story unfolds like a movie, which makes for an incredible gaming experience.IF YOU DONT HAVE IT ALREADY, BUY IT. Now i am waiting for max payne 3 to come out and raise the standards for action games again.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Sequel December 7, 2003
Platform for Display:Xbox
I was a little nervous about purchasing this game considering some of the complaints I've heard. Fortunately I found none of the complaints to be true and ended up loving this game more than the origional. The main knock that I heard was that the game was too short. Rather I found myself satisfied with the game length. It was neither too short, yet the story wasn't drug out to annoying lengths.
The graphics look great and I was impressed with your ability to interact with the environment. Most objects are movable and after a heavy gun battle, the room looks like you'd expect it. Blood on the walls, bullet holes everywhere, chairs and bottles knocked over. Graphically I noticed very few glitches...maybe 3 throughout the entire game.
The graphic novel style is still here and some people found that a bit annoying. This unique way of storytelling was used in the origional to save money and evidently it worked well enough that they've decided to stick with it. My only problem with it is that sometimes this slows the game down. It's nice to have a little breather after a difficult level and watch as the story advances, but sometimes the break was way too long. The story can get a little cheesy, but this is something I've come to expect from Max Payne.
One thing I noticed is that the weapon selection is exactly the same as the first one. While there are quite a few guns to choose from, there could have been a few additions just to keep things interesting.
Overall this is a great sequel and well worth the money, especially if you enjoyed the first game.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Good game
I only bought the game to continue the story to understand what was going on with 3. Didn't enjoy much but I tried playing it about 5 years after released so it was hard to go Bach... Read more
Published 15 months ago by Adrian Esparza
5.0 out of 5 stars The dark hero
An epic game manages to keep a great story while improving upon all of the mechanics of the first game, including the original bullet-time. Let 'em have it Max. Read more
Published 16 months ago by William Lewis
5.0 out of 5 stars i love max paye games
This is a terrifically fun game loved max Payne and wish there was more then 2 only for original X-Box
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This is not a first person game. You stand behind him. The footsteps are exceedingly loud and annoying. With today's technology, I am surprised this is still being sold. Read more
Published on March 5, 2013 by Peggy
3.0 out of 5 stars The Fall of Improved Payne
Max Payne is about to relive some harsh times. Picking up the pieces of his shattered life, Max resumes his role as a detective, tying up the loose ends from the original game in a... Read more
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