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Quantum Break Is No Longer Xbox-Exclusive, Will Hit PC On The Same Day

We already knew that Quantum Break would be hitting the Xbox One in April. But the next game from the creators of Max Payne is also coming to Windows, too. And if you pre-order the console version, you can get Quantum Break on PC for free. Read more...

Quantum Break: games meet TV in the year's most experimental blockbuster

Part narrative adventure, part science fiction TV series, the latest game from Max Payne creator Remedy Entertainment shows us a new era of entertainment Quantum Break is about what happens when three young dudes get together and, for old time’s sake, bring about the collapse of the space-time continuum. Show More Summary

Quantum Break sure has changed over the last four years

I haven't been following Quantum Break too closely, even though I love Max Payne andAlan Wake. What I've seen so far has felt a bit generic, lifeless, and grey, so I'm hoping that Remedy's traditional bizarre touch is hiding under the thick film of Microsoft's marketing. Show More Summary

Xbox One exclusive Quantum Break rated for PC

The Brazilian rating board seems to believe Quantum Break is coming to PC. Quantum Break, the Xbox One exclusive by Max Payne and Alan Wake developer Remedy, was never officially announced for PC. The Ministério da Justiça in Brazil, however, has approved an age rating for the game on both Xbox One and PC. The […]

Michael Shanks Made Amazing Game Parodies On YouTube. Now He Has A Fantasy Series On SBS

You may not have heard the name Michael Shanks, but you’re almost certainly familiar with his work, be it inventory-based Skyrim parodies or the exciting mundaneness of Max Payne’s life. Shanks has since moved from the confines of YouTube to the TV screen, with his series The Wizards of Aus debuting on SBS 2 later this month. More »      

PS4 Gets Max Payne Ratings

2 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Ubergizmo

When one sees that Max Payne has already been rated for the PlayStation 4 by the ESRB, then this is certainly the strongest hint yet that it could jolly well be a title that has been aimed at being the upcoming PS2 release. After all,...Show More Summary

Max Payne rated for PS4, likely a PS2 emulation

Sony recently announced that PS4 can play PS2 games, so long as you purchase them again from Sony for upwards of $10. They do work pretty well, but I can't imagine buying too many of them, especially when PS2 games aren't all that hard to find. Show More Summary

Max Payne Rated by ESRB for PlayStation 4

Rockstar may be bringing more than just Grand Theft Auto games to the PlayStation 4.

Max Payne rating leaked for PS4

It's looking like the original Max Payne will be getting the PS2 Classic treatment on PS4, according to an ESRB listing. While not officially announced, this seems very likely as Sony just released eight PS2 games on its latest console, including Rogue Galaxy, Mark of Kri, Dark Cloud, and some Grand Theft Auto games. Show More Summary

Max Payne rated for PlayStation 4

The PlayStation 2 version of Max Payne is probably coming to PlayStation 4. A listing for a PlayStation 4 version of Max Payne has appeared on the ESRB’s website. Curiously, the American games rating board did not reveal any content description, but gave an M rating. The rating itself is not surprising. Max Payne games […]

Quantum Break trailer gives us a quick look at the upcoming time-manipulation game

Remedy Entertainment, the studio behind Alan Wake and Max Payne, has shown off a new trailer for its upcoming Xbox One exclusive title, Quantum Break. The third-person shooter has a tie-in element in the form of a live action TV show...Show More Summary

Why doesn't Rockstar release a new GTA game every year?

Rockstar's parent company, Take-Two, has opened up about why it does not annualise the release its biggest titles like Grand Theft Auto, Max Payne, and Red Dead Redemption. Talking at MKM Partners Investor Day in New York City (via Gamespot),...Show More Summary

Quantum Break director teases PC version, confirms Alan Wake 2

According to the game's writer, we'll eventually see a sequel to the Xbox 360 console exclusive Alan Wake. Sam Lake, credited with creating Max Payne and the upcoming Xbox One exclusive Quantum Break, confirmed the news in a new interview with Game Informer.

App Deals: Critically Acclaimed Broken Age Is Now On Sale On iOS

Today’s best deals include Max Payne on Android, BlitzKeep on iOS and Bloons TD 5 on Windows Phone. Deals end without warning, so be quick! More »      

Daily Deals: Xbox One With Two Games and Two Controllers, GTA V, Fallout 4 With $25 Credit

Rockstar games are dirt cheap on PC: GTA V for $38, Max Payne 3 for $4, and many more. Plus a $9 phone battery and a 4K monitor deal.

Max Payne and the Grand Theft Auto series on sale in the Play Store

Rockstar Games has discounted every Grand Theft Auto title in the Play Store for a limited time, along with Max Payne Mobile.

6 Trailers That Were Way Better Than The Actual Games

Sometimes games have really awesome trailers and the gameplay matches exactly what you see, sort of like Vanquish or Bayonetta or Max Payne 3. Other times games have really awesome trailers and it turns out that the actual games are nothing like that.Click To Continue Reading

Health – ‘Death Magic’ (ALBUM REVIEW)

It’s been a half-decade of contemplation and anticipation for HEALTH fans. After 2010’s Disco 2, and hearing virtually nothing (except a 2013 Max Payne video game soundtrack), I wondered whether these L.A.-based experimental noise rockers would soon be filed in the ‘Where Are They Now?’  file. Show More Summary

Mad Max Payne makes the perfect mash-up movie

What if Mad Max and Max Payne were the same person? This fan movie mashes together anti-heroes Mad Max and Max Payne to deliver a short and punchy take on both flawed characters. Now, can we have a video game version? Nice work, Zapruder Pictures.

Quantum Break Release Date Announced. Hollywood Cast Revealed (Xbox One)

Quantum Break has a release date of April 5, 2016, exclusively for Xbox One. The long-in-making third-person action shooter is developed by Remedy, and is the follow-up to previous hits like Alan Wake & the Max Payne series that fuses a videogame with a live-action TV show whose cast has finally been revealed. Check out...

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