Max Payne 3 Deathmatch Made in Heaven DLC Pack Now Available


Today Rockstar released the 4th and final DLC pack for Max Payne 3.

The Deathmatch Made in Heaven DLC Pack brings four all-new co-op and competitive modes to the realm of Max Payne 3 Multiplayer, a host of new close-combat weapons, plus Items, Achievements and more.

The DLC Pack is now available for 800 Microsoft Points on Xbox LIVE and $9.99 for PC players in North America. The pack is also $9.99 for the PS3 in America, however it will only be available in Europe (PS3) on the 30th of January 2013.


Dead Man Walking 2 Player Co-Op Mode
Fight endless waves of enemies as Max and Passos – using teamwork and skill to earn Grit and open up new areas of the map as well as weapons, weapon attachments, painkillers and ammo. See how long you can fend off the bloodthirsty onslaught and rack up big points.
Run & Stun Mode
This all-new competitive multiplayer mode casts one random player in the role of the diabolical Saci, Captain Baseball Bat Boy’s nemesis – using superior strength, unlimited stamina, and a deadly combination of the new Stun Gun and a weighty melee attack to try and turn all the other players to his side.
Marked Man Mode
This vendetta-fueled take on Max Payne 3’s Deathmatch mode awards extra points for successfully exacting revenge on adversaries as well as surviving Vendettas placed on you by other players.
Time Attack Mode
Rack up the kills before time runs out in the new Time Attack Deathmatch mode, where taking out multiple targets within a short period of time will earn you considerable bonus points.
The Deathmatch Made in Heaven Pack also includes the new single-player Challenge Arcade Mode – keeping you on your toes and putting your skills to the test across each level of the game’s story with impromptu challenges like registering headshots, dispatching enemies with explosive kills or any number of direct objectives.
For more details on all these modes plus the new close-combat WeaponsItemsUnstoppable Burst,Grinds and in-game accomplishments, check out the official Deathmatch Made In Heaven page at the Max Payne 3 site.We’ve also added the above original illustration of Max and Passos’ Hoboken standoff to our collection of official Max Payne 3 artwork at the Rockstar Downloads page in all the customary sizes and formats.
The Deathmatch Made in Heaven Pack is now available everywhere on Xbox LIVE and PC, as well as PSN in North America (it will also be available to PS3 players in Europe on January 30th).

New GTA V screens released in the latest Rockstar Asked and Answered!

The GTA V drought has ended. After an agonising 8 months, Rockstar Games surprised everyone with not one but (Take) TWO screenshots. It is currently unknown as to whether the trickle will now turn into a flood of GTA V information in the coming weeks, but these screens are a good sign that Rockstar are willing to start talking about their biggest and most ambitious game yet.

The latest Asked and Answered also covers many a topic including GTA IV, Max Payne and Red Dead Redemption.

Check out the amazing GTA V screens below and please visit RockstarLasia for the latest, breaking news on anything Rockstar Games.


Max Payne 3 Now Available for PS3 and Xbox 360 in the US; Critically Acclaimed

Max Payne has finally released in the United States. Fans in Europe and Australasia will have to wait another 3 more days (18 May 2012) to get their hands on Rockstar’s next critically acclaimed title.

Speaking of which, most video game websites have reviewed Max Payne 3 and it appears that Max’s next chapter in the dark and seedy underworld of São Paulo is a success in the making and the hype was well justified.

“Sleek, stylish and brutal… Max Payne 3 is a taut and compelling action game wrapped in the sumptuous, gritty and delightful production detail that is the Rockstar hallmark. That means pitch-perfect writing and voice acting, luscious and realistic visual design, and by far the finest musical taste in gaming. And oh, yeah, the actual gameplay of leaping through the air while firing hurricanes of bullets at bad guys is a lot of fun too.” – The New York Times “A masterpiece of underworld carnality, depravity and violence… a blisteringly entertaining third-person shooter… This is a breathless hair-trigger blast-’em-up that veers thrillingly between high-class clubs and low-life strip joints, from million-dollar yachts to the tumbling corregated iron shacks of the nightmarish favelas… It is relentless, pulverising stuff… another stylish, self-conscious and enthrallingly full-bloodied title from the Rockstar hivemind. If it is at all possible to distil every great Hollywood action flick into one interactive experience – with all the wise-cracking thuggery and anti-hero angst that would entail – this is it.” – The Guardian 5/5

“Great storytelling, sharply implemented mechanics and inventive multiplayer. It’s the total package… The mix of cover-based combat with Max’s signature Shootdodge and BulletTime abilities manages to work extremely well, letting you feel constantly focused and precise. The kills you can pull off in MP3 feel beautifully choreographed, especially when you pause the game mid-game and spin the camera around to take everything in… If you get Max Payne 3, you’ll see how good it feels to have your stomach heave with this anti-hero’s signature brand of self-loathing and cunning. And then go online and see just how you manage the balance of caution and carelessness with thousands of people trying to do the same. Welcome home, Max. It’s good to see you again, you poor bastard.” – Kotaku

“Max Payne 3 marks an exceptional comeback for the series… It maintains the mechanics that made the prior games great while modernizing them to excellent effect. Between the arcade mode and multiplayer, there’s enough substantive content to keep you hooked for some time… Between its pacing, its presentation, and its excellent gunplay, Max Payne 3 has raised the bar for other action games to follow. Welcome back.” – GamesRadar 10/10
“With Max Payne 3, Rockstar once again hits all of the expected series beats, most of which players have come to expect from the genre in general, but it does so with such flair, polish, and focus of vision that what you end up with is a game that has an old-school heart in a next-gen body… Max Payne 3 is a technological tour de force that will have you screaming ‘Dear lord!’ more times than midnight mass. The performances are top notch, the action plays out with unrivaled fluidity, and the multiplayer is deep and rewarding.” – G4TV 5/5
“The shooting is a revelation… Max Payne 3 nearly makes you roll over in defeat, knowing that Rockstar has harnessed impeccable technology to make people die real good… a game build out of remarkably implemented, masterfully presented parts.” – Joystiq 4.5/5
“As much as Max Payne 3 is a fascinating portrait of a man, it tells a great, action-packed story that runs in-stride with Max’s inner turmoil… The campaign is a fun ride that rarely slows. The script, an area Rockstar always seems to knock out of the park, takes Max to interesting places, and doesn’t follow a predictable path… It’s a new day for Max Payne, and at the same time, a return to his glorious past.” – Game Informer 9.25/10
“The guns feel great, and powerful, and blind-firing around corners feels dangerous and desperate and satisfying in ways that no other shooter I can think of has pulled off. But a big part of that lies in how enemies in Max Payne 3 die. They sag and crumple around their wounds; they get knocked backwards; they slide to a rest and, for the final, unfortunate enemy in most encounters, the world goes into slow motion as the camera closes first on the bullets flying toward them, and then splits into three intimate views of damage. I found Max Payne 3’s shooting fantastically rewarding… Max Payne 3’s violence slides from over-the-top to genuinely disturbing.” – Polygon 9/10
“Max Payne 3 is unapologetically violent. In fact, it lingers on violence, but not in a tawdry or sensational way. Yes, it focuses on some of its most visceral manifestations – ragged bullet wounds, charred flesh, dismembered limbs – but it also peers into the unseen causes that lie behind such acts of violence. It touches on the disparity between rich and poor, and how resentment and desperation can fester in the slums and the penthouses alike.” – IGN 9/10 “Packed with fast action, brutal violence, and a striking cinematic style, all of the stops have been pulled out to make this the most exciting entry in the series to date… Max Payne 3 is a fantastic package, with a top-notch presentation and plenty of content to keep players busy and happy. It may have been a long time in coming, but there’s no arguing with results, and Max is the kind of guy who gets them. Fans and newcomers alike are going to find plenty to enjoy in this exceptional title.” – Destructoid 9/10

Max Payne 3 GTTV Presents episode and Issue #1 of Comic Series; Now online

Rockstar have kept the Max Payne 3 hype train rolling with the release of a special behind the scenes look of the game via a special episode of GTTV and the release of Issue #1 of the Max Payne 3 original comic series!

Start off your weekend with a bang (pun very much intended) and check them out below:

Written by Dan Houser and Remedy’s Sam Lake, and featuring cover art from Greg Horn and pencils and inks by Fernando Blanco, you can read the issue, or download it as a PDF file here.


Source – , Rockstar Games and Gametrailers

Max Payne 3 Pre-Order Bonuses AUS/NZ

There are a number of special pre-order incentives available worldwide when you pre-order Max Payne 3. However, a couple of options regarding these bonuses should be mentioned for those residing in the Australasian region.

JB Hi-fi is offering a rather stylish yet deadly looking Max Payne 3 bullet pen.

While retailer, EB Games is giving away a set of DLC multiplayer content.

Furthermore, these bonuses apply not only to the PS3, Xbox 360, and PC versions of the game but to the standard and special editions as well.

What are you waiting for, if you haven’t pre-ordered Max Payne 3 yet, go ahead and do so now!