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Rockstar Games has announced that Max Payne 3 is officially available for PC gamers. Those of you who had it pre-loaded in Steam can now enjoy the wonderful world of Max Payne 3.
The game is like an amusement park for gun enthusiasts, mostly including rides that consists of dodging bullets from scrappy gunmen, as well as planting bullets into the heads of scrappy gunmen.
The PC launch trailer doesn't run into any details of what MP3 brings to the tables specifically for PC gamers...you'll have to read the back of the digital box for that one. It does, however, give you a nice fill of what to expect if you've waited close to a month to get your hands on the game.
Max Payne 3 definitely looks like a game worth owning. Even more than that, all those complaints from console gamers about long load times and not being able to click through cinematics becomes less of a hassle for PC gamers with big 'ole rigs capable of loading the game in a snap.
Anyways, Max Payne 3 sports all the stuff you'd want out of a standard PC title unlike some AAA games from some publishers. For instance, Max Payne 3 sports an offline single-player, LAN support, scalable resolutions, HD graphics, stereoscopic 3D support, DX11 tessellation and multi-monitor support (to name a few). You can pick up a copy of the game right now for PC or learn more by paying a visit to the Official Website.