Summary: This sequel to Max Payne is just as good as the original. Graphics and bullet time has improved, but the gameplay is still pretty much the same. You get to kill a bunch of bad guys while in slow motion (or normal motion).
Summary: I loaded this game on Windows 7 to see if it would run. I was surprised with the results. It ran perfectly. I have seen reviews from other people having trouble do this. I am totally satisfied with the game and windows 7 compatibility.
Summary: A fine sequel to the original Max Payne. Game mechanics are intuitive, story is compelling and the cinematic format is still unique and engaging. Once immersed it is hard to quit the game. Certainly makes a gamer anticipate the next installment...:)
Summary: I bought Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne for PC. I have been playing it on Windows 7 Ultimate RC for about a month now. It actually looks better on Windows 7 than Windows XP. I played the game on this same computer, but only on Windows XP.
Summary: No story has captivated me this much since the original max payne! With DELICIOUS views of new york city, memorable moments, and the heart-pounding climaxes at the end of each chapter are all epic.
Summary: It is still one of the best and most solid Third Person Shooters out there. The storytelling and the scenario itself reached a highter (and in my eyes even more mature) level than in the first game, the graphics were as good as they were possible back then (even current titles have a hard time...
Summary: I only played the demo before I brought this. I was playing Fear Mandate and Timeshift before this came. It has stopped me of those because it keeps you enthualled with the story. It also works on vista. It is worth it if you like third person shooter or any shooter game.
Summary: This game is just awesome. I mean, I played it three times through as it was released and lately(March 2k7) I was bored of the new games and installed MP2 and played it again. It is even now an awesome. The graphics are still very nice to look at (especially the Bullet-Time!