Max Payne

13 games with mechanics that made them unique

Sometimes a mechanic in a game becomes not just a signature, but a lynchpin for its existence.

Alan Wake and Quantum Break developers tease a new game announcement

Remedy Entertainment have made some stellar games over the years that include classics such as Max Payne, Alan Wake and Quantum Break. Since the release of Quantum Break rumours have been circling that the team will be working on a new game with a heavy focus on a multiplayer aspect. We’re not sure what that means, but Remedy posted this on Twitter last night: Coming soon.

Remedy CEO promise that their future games will release at a faster rate

Take a look at any Remedy game in the past (Max Payne, Alan Wake and Quantum Break) and you’ll notice one glaring similarity between all three games – they take forever to launch the game. It’s not necessarily a bad thing, we’d much rather they take their time and release something amazing, but the CEO at Remedy, Tero Virtala, has other plans. He wants them to release games...

Max Payne PS2 Classic heading to PS4 on Friday

Max Payne was once one of the most revolutionary concepts in the industry. Bullet Time? What on earth was this trickery? In the late 90’s the game was shown off for the first time and after what felt like an eternity the game finally launched on PC. Later it was ported to the PS2 and Xbox. It also showed up on the PS3 a few years ago as a PS2 classic, but now it seems it’s heading to P...

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