Max Payne, after being successful on iOS, finally lands on Android Play store.
May Payne is one of the most popular Third person shooter RPG/Action game since the early days of Gaming. A fugitive undercover cop framed for murder, hunted by cops and the mob, Max is a man with his back against the wall, fighting a battle he cannot hope to win. Max Payne is a relentless story-driven game about a man on the edge, fighting to clear his name while struggling to uncover the truth about his slain family amongst a myriad of plot-twists.
Both iOS & Android version of the Max Payne deliver desktop-level graphics with the same gaming experience.
Rockstar had released GTA 3 on iOS, Android (Grand Theft Auto), and this is their second title on Android phones, tablets. Max Payne has a significant story element, and thus all blood, gore and violent encounters seem a necessity as opposed to an over-the-top distraction.
Game is rich in gunplay accompanied by a slow-motion action, dark storyline, and if you love those, you can’t miss this game. With High resolution phones like Galaxy SIII, Galaxy Note, Galaxy Nexus, the game sees resolutions and clarity that were pipe dreams when it first came out. Granted, the textures are low resolution, but they still look pretty good rendered on the phone’s HD display. The between level “comic book” sequences are not Retina resolution, but it’s not a great mystery as to why.
Controls are about what you would expect from virtual joysticks. Max feels a bit floaty when he moves, and looking around can be a pain, but the game is still very playable, coz of the auto aiming system.
Playing Max Payne to completion takes anywhere from 7 to 10 hours. Max Payne offers an auto-save, but I found it to be unreliable. Unfortunately, games ported from PCs seem to bring more quirks than if they were ported from a console.
Download Max Payne Mobile for Android, Price: $3