Max Payne 3 sees the title character depart from his noir, hardboiled detective roots (as demonstrated in the first two instalments, where Max claps his way through drug lords in a gritty New York setting) and venture off into the sunset. Approximately nine years after Max Payne 2, fans are now treated to a completely new Max; an older, grumpier, drunker, angrier, and fatter Max Payne, who has been enlisted to help protect a wealthy family in Sao Paulo.
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