With cutting edge graphics and bullet time that had just been popularised by the Matrix films, Max Payne was one of the most iconic games of the early 2000's. But not many people know that it was first called Dark Justice when it was first pitched, or how Remedy was able to invest so much into the project in the first place. More »
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It's been 16 years since Remedy came out with its bullet-time introducing pulp-noir shooter Max Payne and since then the game has turned into a cult-classic, spawning two sequels. The games always wore their noir cinematic influences...Show More Summary
Sam Lake has been writing stories for Remedy Entertainment’s games for 21 years. He started with the graphic novel tale of Max Payne, and went on to write Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne, and Alan Wake. He became creative director on Alan Wake’s American Nightmare, and he did the same on Microsoft’s exclusive […]
Mark Wahlberg is no stranger to CGI and green-screen action. Of course, he has held down his fair share of action set pieces in movies like Deepwater Horizon, Max Payne, The Perfect Storm and Tim Burton's Planet of the Apes. But he also got an up-close look at...
If you’ve ever felt the slightest inkling to own a copy of video game Alan Wake, buy it tomorrow — it’ll be your last chance. Remedy, the developer behind Alan Wake, Quantum Break, and the first two Max Payne games, announced today it can no longer sell Alan Wake. After May 15, it will no longer have licenses to the music used throughout the game. Show More Summary
For the first time since the release of Max Payne 2, Remedy Entertainment doesn't have the safety net of a first-party publishing deal for its next major game. The Alan Wake and Quantum Break developer spent the majority of the past 15 years partnered with Microsoft for Xbox console exclusives. Show More Summary
Remedy's latest will be an action game like Max Payne or Alan Wake, but it won't be a follow-up.
Remedy has signed a publishing deal with 505 Games for the studio’s next multiplatform game. Remedy and 505 Games have entered into a new partnership, through which the publisher will fund development of the next game from the makers of Alan Wake, Max Payne, and Quantum Break. 505 games is investing €7.75 million into the […]
Remedy Games's next project, codenamed P7, will be coming to a wider range of platforms than previous games from the studio.
After releasing Quantum Break earlier this year for Xbox One and PC, it appears Remedy Entertainment has another game up their sleeve. The Max Payne and Alan Wake alum released a new video featuring writer Sam Lake teasing a new gam...
Watch Link explore, play and survive in the wilderness of Hyrule in the latest gameplay videos for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. It’s like Skyrim, except that Dovahkiin is Rambo with Max Payne’s powers.
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,...Show More Summary
Remedy Games —the studio behind Max Payne and Alan Wake— is expanding into cooperative multiplayer gaming. Two games are currently being worked on at Remedy; one is Crossfire 2’s story mode in collaboration with Smilegate and the other is currently unannounced. Remedy did not outline exactly where multiplayer fits into these projects. This process includes...
Remedy Entertainment is known for single-player storytelling, but one of its next projects is going for co-op multiplayer
Developer Remedy Entertainment has a strong track record of games delivering a good single-player experience, from Max Payne to Alan Wake, and even Quantum Break. But now, the studio is going to add multiplayer to its games. In a post...Show More Summary
Five ex-employees of the Coney Island Wahlburgers are putting a Big Hit on the franchise with a lawsuit that claims management has caused them Max Payne due to "rampant" wage theft and other labor law violations, according to court papers obtained by the Daily News. [ more › ]
Historically, Remedy Entertainment has only worked on one project at a time, releasing only a handful of games since 2001's Max Payne. The company recently announced it was moving away from that fan-frustrating workflow and was becoming a studio that has more than one iron in the fire at a given moment. Show More Summary
Digital gaming deals are back, and the Max Payne duo is at its cheapest yet. Max Payne is currently $2.50 Max Payne is a man with nothing to lose in the violent, cold urban night. A fugitive undercover cop framed for murder and now hunted by cops and the mob. Show More Summary
Max Payne and Quantum Break developer Remedy Entertainment is working on two news games, but neither of them will be related to Alan Wake. Remedy's head of communications, Thomas Puha, confirmed this in a state of the studio blog post. Show More Summary