Earlier today Max Payne got a re-release on PS4 by way of the nifty emulator that Sony snuck in during one of the consoles firmware updates. The game is out now on PS4 for £11.99, but if you want to see how the game looks in action before spending your hard-earned cash, we recommend giving the video below a quick look.
As you can see, it hasn’t exactly aged well, and if you’ve recently played Max Payne 3 (or any other third-person shooter) it’s going to seem a little strange. Still, if you’re a massive Max Payne fan then we’re sure you’ll be able to overlook the flaws that naturally come with a game that’s been around longer than we care to remember.
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