Max Payne and Alan Wake maker Remedy has delayed its next major game, Quantum Break. The third-person action title will now bring its slick time manipulation to Xbox One next year. "We thank our fans for their patience," said writerShow More Summary
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Quantum Break, the next shooter from the makers of Max Payne and Alan Wake, is now planned to launch in 2016 on the Xbox One, Microsoft announced. The game was previously slated to arrive in 2015. Read more...
The Max Payne trilogy for under $10 and more in Steam's Mystery Midweek Sale, live through Friday.
A parody video making fun of the morose tone and overly serious nature of Max Payne 3 has gone live courtesy of YouTuber 8-Bit Arcade. It's two minutes of funny and worth the watch. Check it out.Click To Continue Reading
Some well-placed witty puns might have helped Max Payne 3's cutscenes too, because it definitely sounds funny mixed with the dark story-telling of Max Payne. Read more...
Take your pick from Max Payne 3, GTA IV, L.A. Noire, and several others.
As we so often do, a few members of the Kotaku team got to talking about Grand Theft Auto yesterday. This lead to a discussion about one of Rockstar's other, smaller titles: Max Payne. Specifically: where should it go next, if it goes anywhere at all? Read more...
Rockstar Social Club hiccup meant no new installs for Steam Sale buyers.
Remedy released a demo walkthrough video on Friday for its coming Xbox One-exclusive, Quantum Break, featuring lead writer and former Max Payne model Sam Lake. While a good portion of the video is another look at a section of the game first showed...
Have we even seen this much Quantum Break gameplay? The half television show, half videogame from the developers of Max Payne and Alan Wake is coming to Xbox One next year. Everything about this is hokey and trite, a Marvel comic in a leather jacket ensconced button up with less color. Show More Summary
Remedy Entertainment, known for making games like Alan Wake, the original Max Payne [$2.99] and the original Death Rally [$0.99], have just released their first mobile-exclusive game, Agents of Storm [Free] to the App Store. This is a take on the free-to-play base builder formula, but with a singleplayer focus: players build out a base
As promised last month, developer Remedy, best known for their PC and console games such as Max Payne and Alan Wake, has officially launched their first internally developed mobile game, Agents of Storm, for the iPhone and iPad, after a soft launch in a few markets. Show More Summary
Finland developer Remedy, best known as the creators behind the Max Payne and Alan Wake series of games, will be co-developing an all new game, Agents of Storm, that will be released first for the iPhone and iPad later this fall. According...Show More Summary
Remedy Entertainment has made a living by following a tried-and-true formula: take a third-person shooter, support it with a catchy and innovative gameplay mechanic, and wrap it all up with an emphasis on narrative. Max Payne did it with stylish slow-motion dives while slinging bullets with pinpoint precision. Show More Summary
We now have our first look at a meaningful chunk of gameplay from Remedy Entertainment’s time-bending first-person shooter for Xbox One. The visuals look amazing, though we’re not sure its much more than Max Payne 2015.
Remedy Entertainment's next major Xbox project may struggle to stand out. When Max Payne first leapt across a screen spraying lead at bad guys in slow motion, creator Remedy Entertainment demonstrated how its breakthrough game was inspired by cinema. Click here to read the full article
Microsoft and Remedy Entertainment letting loose eight whole minutes of gameplay for Quantum Break is a nice way to get gamers excited about the upcoming third-person shooter.Click To Continue Reading
Microsoft has at last shown the first gameplay footage of Quantum Break, its Xbox One-exclusive action-adventure game from Remedy, makers of Max Payne and Alan Wake. You can watch the clip, which took its bow at Microsoft's Gamescom briefing, in full below. Show More Summary
Finally, a nice meaty preview of the next game from the makers of Max Payne and Alan Wake. Read more...