The brooding cop has left the DEA and returned to the NYPD. When his latest case ends up involving the thought-dead femme fatale Mona Sax, he finds that his journey through the night is far from over.
A Film Noir Love Story
25 October 2003 (Ireland)
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In Part 1, Chapter 4 ("Continued" on Playstation 2): When you go outside onto the ledge of the building from the window of the apartment with the dead woman inside, you will see a black-colored "M" on the wall immediately after the first metal pipe you encounter. It is very hard to see because it's so dark. Press the Action/Use button while facing the "M" and you will see Max move his arms. Wait for them to stop moving then press the button again. Repeat a third time and four mysterious sets of flames will appear as you walk along the ledge. When you encounter the first set, Max will say "That's odd." If you touch the flames, you will die so avoid them as they move up and down. Remember to jump over the gap where the first flame is. See more
While in the derelict building as Mona, a number of signs display the word "authorised" spelled in UK English even though the game takes place in the United States. See more
I hate to do this, but you know how you are, you would never let it go.
Einstein was right. Time is relative to the observer. When you're looking down the barrel of a gun time slows down, your whole life flashes by, heartbreak and scars. Stay with it, and you can live a lifetime in that split second.
Besides, a gentleman always avenges the insults done to his lady. You did kill Winterson.
[shoots Max in the head
Max Payne's journey through the night will continue See more
References Apocalypse Now
Performed by Poets of the Fall
Written by Marko Saaresto, lyrics based on a poem by Sam Lake
Produced by Markus "Captain" Kaarlonen See more