MaxPayne Game App – Game Review
Max Payne is a fictional character designed by Greg Weisinger in his acclaimed role-playing game Maximum Max. He is an orphan who gets transformed into a superhero after saving his life in a devastated city. This hero’s powers are derived from the ionic radiation given off by Max’s electromagnetic bracelet which protects him. In essence, his electrical energy is the power that makes his strength or abilities grow. Aside from this, he also has robotic-like capabilities that allow him to move and manipulate objects.
Max Payne is a fictional character designed by Greg Weisinger in his acclaimed role-playing game Maximum Max. The game was later released for Microsoft Windows and later ported to the PlayStation 2 and Xbox. A port for the Game Boy Advance, later on, was also published by Rockstar Games and later became downloadable for the PlayStation Portable. ports for both these versions were later released as the Game Pack 1 and Game Pack 2 for respective versions of the game. A sequel to the first installment of the game was planned for release but it was later canceled citing lack of financing.
The game starts with Max struggling against a group of muggers who intend to rob his grandmother. Max, using his ionic body technology, teleports himself and fights back. The fighting progresses to a chase scene where Max pursues the mugger who manages to get away with the sale of an experimental biological weapon. The weapon in question turns out to be an automated body manufacturing facility called Realta. The facility sends Max a robotic duplicate of himself which he later uses to capture the mugger.
Max continues his adventures to save the humans in the facility and eventually corners the mugger and retrieves the weapon. Using his super-speed, Max is able to easily run past several robots guards and run down the entire facility. However, as Max walks towards the elevator, he realizes that he has no weapons or any way to get out, so he just takes off running. He then meets up with Sam, the boy who was tracking him, and they come face to face with several storm shuttles that shoot them up.
When the boy manages to get out of the elevator, he races Max and beats him up in a display. However, before Max can continue his journey, he gets trapped in the elevator with Sam. The two fight and one of them get the upper hand, but ultimately Max overpowering him and taking him to his dimension. From there he has to find a way to return to earth and start to undo his damage. Through the course of the story the main character learns new moves and abilities and ends up getting rescued from his dimension once again.
Overall, Max Payne is not your typical action video game where you have to kill every enemy you see. It is an arcade-style game where you have to find the best route to complete each level. This first-person storyline makes MaxPayne one of the most exciting games on the iPhone and iPod Touch.