In this episode, Aaron from Leviathyn.com finds himself in a crappy internet video reviewing Max Payne for the PC. Funny as hell, it was the most horrible thing he could think of.

Max Payne has returned to the video game world once again. He looks a little worse for wear this time around. But he's still angry and on a destructive path. The big question is was it worth all these years for the wait, is the game better than 1 or 2? Have the game play mechanics changed? Should gamers try to pick this up for $20 or less?

"Rockstar Games have today released Max Payne Mobile, an adaptation of the original Max Payne videogame, available now exclusively for iOS devices. An Android version will be available later this month."

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All Age Gaming's John Elliott brings us the 3rd developer profile. This fortnight he looks at Alan Wake developer Remedy Entertainment. See inside for a look inside the developer of one of the most anticipated games of 2010.

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"Rockstar’s Max Payne 3 hype train has started rolling, and with the release of brand new screenshots, I have to say I’m quite skeptical. Not only has Max gone from gritty, dark-haired antihero with a dark past to a baldie with more baggage than LAX, but the game mirrors 90% of every other third-person venture we’ve been given in the past couple years. Now, I enjoy my shooters as much as the next person, but I am firmly against the notion that every game I pick up should share the same charact..."

In a press release today, Take-Two Interactive and Rockstar Games have announced that Max Payne 3 is currently in development and will release in Winter 2009 for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and the PC. The game will be developed by Rockstar Vancouver, the studio responsible for Bully.

Max Payne 3 will be set after the events of Max Payne 2, and will not be set in New York. The official site for the game can be found here.

"“It is a genuine pleasure to be able to list Rockstar in our catalogue and above all to be able to offer the cult GTA IV right from release,” Metaboli’s co-founder and VP of content Pierre Forest stated.

“We would like to welcome Niko Bellic, the most charismatic personality that the GTA license has ever known. Through its blockbusters GTA IV, Max Payne and Bully, Rockstar is a seminal publisher. This agreement enables us to become the first digital distributor in Europe to offer Rockstar’..."

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Before the Dreamcast went away, though, it did see a few milestones. 800,000 people found ..."

"They’ve thrown up some new pictures from October’s upcoming Max Payne movie and - I hate to say it - I’m excited. Not by the photos, God no, they are bland action film shots that don’t have an impact on me at all. But this has been talked about for so long, not happened so many times, that this just makes me realise it is actually happening."

The sequel to what game is still unknown which will result us people to execute the process of speculation. During the Take Two conference last night, it's been revealed that Rockstar is planning on releasing a major sequel in 2009. Don't count the downloadable content for GTA IV because that's being released sometime this year. Someone could only wonder what game sequel this could be for? Midnight Club? Manhunt 3?

Or since a Max Payne movie is being produced, do you think Rockstar will cr...

Filming has gotten underway for the film based on the game, Mark Wahlberg will be taking the lead role in the game. The film isn't scheduled to be released until 2009, so it's quite a way off being released yet unfortunately.