Latest Max Payne 3 Previews: A Multiplayer Bullet Time Primer, “After the Fall” Comic Book Interviews & More
As we get ready to countdown through this last week towards Max Payne 3's launch on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in North America, check out a roundup of some of the latest and greatest previews and interviews about the game and about the original comic book produced by Marvel that debuted last week...
As a supplement to their recent Max Payne 3 Multiplayer hands-on feature, Kotaku has produced a very helpful video to illustrate for fans how Bullet Time® functions in multiplayer. Check it out above and at http://kotaku.com/5907699/how-muliplayer-bullet-time-works-in-max-payne-3 for a nifty walkthrough.
Bewsher explains, 'I think so much of what makes Max Payne 3 feel fresh simply comes from the core game, in that it’s a state-of-the-art shooter, with incredible movement mechanics, Bullet Time and Max’s unique gritty feel.'"
A sketch-to-ink page layout from "After the Fall" by Fernando Blanco.
Stay tuned for news of Issue #2 in the original comic book series - as well as for more previews over the coming week. Also make sure you're following us on Twitter and Facebook, where we often retweet and share previews as they happen.