The ex-cop turned private security guard for a wealthy family in Sao Paulo, Brazil finds himself thrown into a new deadly conflict.
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Max Payne (voice)
Julian Rebolledo ...
Raul Passos (voice) (as Julian Dean)
Rodrigo Branco (voice)
Fabiana Branco (voice) (as Benedita Aires Pereira)
Victor Branco (voice)
Dillon Porter ...
Marcelo Branco / IT Guy (voice)
Giovanna (voice)
Serrano (voice)
Armando Becker (voice) (as Bira Castro)
Dr. Arthur Fischer (voice)
Wilson DaSilva (voice)
Anthony DeMarco Sr (voice)
Tony Demarco (voice) (as Charles Semine)
Gilberto Romagnolo ...
Bachmeyer (voice)
Daniel Bittencourt ...
Milo Rego (voice)


Nine years after the events of Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne (2003), Max finds himself living a degenerative lifestyle, addicted to painkillers and alcohol in the city of Sao Paulo, Brazil, while trying to forget the past that haunts him. Employed by real estate mogul Rodrigo Branco, Max works in private security, protecting the wealthy Branco family. But as things go wrong and Rodrigo's wife Fabiana is kidnapped, Max is forced into a deadly new conflict, while relying on the abilities he attained from the experiences of the past he left behind. Written by Malthe Frøkjær-Rubbås

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Unlike the two previous video games, this is the only video game that take place outside North America. See more »


Raul Passos' Brazilian I.D. card states that he is Colombian. However, earlier in the game, he stated that he was in the NYPD and went to the NYPD police academy with Max Payne. This would not have been possible, since only U.S. citizens can become police officers in the U.S. See more »


Max Payne: The Imperial Palace Hotel was a five star, bonafide shit hole.
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Follows Max Payne (2001) See more »


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Written by Sarah Marshall and Kieran Mulhern
Performed by Ursa Major
Published by Trouble & Bass Publishing
Courtesy of Trouble & Bass Recordings
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Amazing game, just like we all expected
16 May 2012 | by (Iceland) – See all my reviews

As most of you are aware, Max Payne 3 has hit the stores, and I gotta say, it's one hell of a game. let's start by telling you how the story was with out giving any hint of the ending or parts that matter. It's fantastic. The levels are long, the environments are beautiful, a bit lighter then previous games (MP/MP2), so a couple of fans might find this a disappointment, but it makes it unique. And the best part, that most game companies have forgotten, a dark, yet bad-ass story that makes this game worth it. And now to the multi-player. It really surprised me how good it was, at first, I thought it would fail, but it succeeds so well, that it might be one of the best, and when I say the best, I mean the best, multi-player that I have had in a while. the way you can customize your character and how they accomplished making bullet time working in multi-player, is just incredible, you can level up, unlock guns and make some EPIC moments using bullet time. The graphics, are great, good light affect, rain affect, the atmosphere is fantastic and the voice actors did an amazing job in this game, especially James Mccaffery (Mx Payne voice actor).

This got to be one of the best games that you could get today, it has superb multi-player, a fantastic story and some of the greatest voice acting that you could get in a video game ever, this has been one hell of a ride that you shouldn't miss. Thank you for reading.

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