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This game is cool.
The missions feels like watching a movie lol.
I love the game play but I haven't finished the game yet.
Its going OK so far.
Mostly fun, if not a little slow and predictable. Great feature to have such a huge cast of well known actors doing voice characterization! I can immediately recognize the actors!Published 18 months ago by John T. Zipple
Redeemed the season pass, la noire, and max payne 3 game all on Steam. No issues thus far. Haven't played any of these yet.. so I'll update when I do.Published 18 months ago by WeLikeFastCars
Max Payne 3 is one of my favorite games of the last generation. LA Snore is a bore-fest. 4/5 starts because of Max Payne. Minus 1 star because of LA Snore.Published 21 months ago by Kyle
The main problems with these games are the fact they are so structured, requiring a set pattern of moves. I prefer more free-flowing games.Published on August 26, 2013 by Joe Stephens