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Eh, I'd say the opposite, even the win10 version I played when it launched I felt was a pretty compelling game, really enjoyed the story
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Originally Posted by jmcosta View Post

https://youtu.be/-PK55-kCviA?t=5m13s

that part looks the same in this video but the game is broken in many ways..

i don't recommend this game to anyone even if you are looking for a cinematic experience. the gameplay is mediocre, generic combat, puzzles and the acting (cut scenes) is poor with unnecessary jokes

As much as I liked Max Payne 3, the bitter/sarcastic humour of max in every scene was already getting extremely tiresome after a few missions. And there was still twice or three times as much to go.......

Seems like Rockstar has a thing for bad jokes.
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lol @ generic acting. The acting is fine, that's not this games problem. It's the money that's been thrown at that element when it could have been spent on expanding the games scope in other ways. There was no need for them to add the live episodes. It makes absolutely no sense. Microsoft and Sam Lake having too many fingers in this pie with access to funding.
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