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Originally Posted by J0elG View Post

I actually forgot to mention that under the system requirements it says this.
Ok that sounds like some heavy ****. Let me break down what this is saying before every PC owner throws his arms in the air while saying, "Why do we even bother?"
The Max Payne 3 minimum system requirements basically look like a Console. The game is going to run on consoles so it is fair to say that with adjustment a five year old machine will probably be able to run this game.
I have changed the Max Payne 3 Recommended System Requirements to read Max Payne 3 Max System Requirements. As you may know these system components are the top hardware on the market at the moment. By adding these as plausible requirements the developers are basically saying Max Payne 3 will be able to make use of all hardware currently available. This means that PC owners will be able to adjust in game settings to a level that is best for their particular hardware. Remember BF3 everyone? Despite its huge requirements it scaled nicely and delivered most modern PC owners an experience that looks stunning with a few tweaks regardless of their rig.
On our Max Payne 3 game page we have added the GD Adjusted system requirements which represent a reasonably powerful PC that we feel will deliver a great Max Payne 3 gaming experience when the time comes.
But none of that crap makes me feel any better.

Way to step up and state the obivous. seriously people do some research before you go running away crying about how unfair it is. Honestly did anyone here think before they spoke.
Way to go joel for the obvious and putting everyones brain back in their head.
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