When Rockstar Games isn't busy making new entries in the outrageously popular "Grand Theft Auto" game series, it's got a few other blockbusters up its sleeves.
Perhaps you remember 2012's "Max Payne 3," which took players on a booze-fueled, bullet-riddled, pulp action-adventure journey through Brazil? Or maybe, like millions of other people, you helped John Marston deliver frontier justice in 2010's Western epic "Red Dead Redemption"?
Point is: Rockstar Games, with few exceptions, only makes bangers — huge, blockbuster hits.
It can be difficult to view Max Payne 3 on its own terms. It's a fine game in its own right, but it will always exist at least partly in the shadow of Rockstar's other, much bigger looming release—Grand Theft Auto V. More »
The "crews" Max Payne 3 players form in mulitplayer mode will transfer directly to Grand Theft Auto V multi, Rockstar co-founder and fancy mansion owner Dan Houser told IGN. Grand Theft Auto V will share Max Payne 3's crews via Rock...
Alex Moullé-Berteaux, the head of marketing at Rockstar Games, is out after five years at the company. While some may tie this to the perception that the well-reviewed Max Payne 3 has not proven to be the blockbuster of a Grand Thef...
Rockstar Games is hoping to make the players' transition between Max Payne 3 and Grand Theft Auto V's multiplayer as smooth as possible. The crew you build in MP3 can be used in GTA V as well.