Max Payne 3 - Thoughts?
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I'm thinking about picking this one up when it's released, or perhaps even pre-ordering from Steam, i've never tried any of the previous Max Payne titles but this one is probably different anyways, so what is everyone thinking about this then?
*Now back to single GPU and lovin' it. : )

[b]Max Payne 3 Design and Technology Series: "Bullet Time" (vid from April 12th)
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I'm thinking about picking this one up when it's released, or perhaps even pre-ordering from Steam, i've never tried any of the previous Max Payne titles but this one is probably different anyways, so what is everyone thinking about this then?

*Now back to single GPU and lovin' it. : )



Max Payne 3 Design and Technology Series: "Bullet Time" (vid from April 12th)

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#1
Posted 05/03/2012 05:35 AM   
game looks good for pushing cpu/gpu the specs to play maxed out are really high nice for a change.

Max Payne 3 Minimum System Requirements

OS: Windows 7 32/64 Service Pack 1, Windows Vista 32/64 Service Pack 2, Windows XP 32/64 Service Pack 3

CPU: Intel Dual Core 2.4 GHZ AMD Dual Core 2.6 GHZ

RAM: 2GB

GPU: NVIDIA® 8600 GT 512MB VRAM / ATI Radeon HD 3400 512MB VRAM

AUDIO: 100% Direct X 9.0 compatible – Direct X 9.0 compatible supporting Dolby Digital Live

HDD: 35 GB of Free Hard Disk Space

DX: 9

Max Payne 3 Max System Requirements

CPU: Intel i7 3930K 6 Core x 3.06 GHZ / AMD FX8150 8 Core x 3.6 GHZ

RAM: 16GB

GPU: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 680 2GB VRAM / AMD Radeon HD 7970 3GB VRAM

DX: 11


I should be good to max Max lol, can't wait.

Rockstar game maybe I should overclock my cpu to 4.8 again, since seems all their games are cpu heavy.
game looks good for pushing cpu/gpu the specs to play maxed out are really high nice for a change.



Max Payne 3 Minimum System Requirements



OS: Windows 7 32/64 Service Pack 1, Windows Vista 32/64 Service Pack 2, Windows XP 32/64 Service Pack 3



CPU: Intel Dual Core 2.4 GHZ AMD Dual Core 2.6 GHZ



RAM: 2GB



GPU: NVIDIA® 8600 GT 512MB VRAM / ATI Radeon HD 3400 512MB VRAM



AUDIO: 100% Direct X 9.0 compatible – Direct X 9.0 compatible supporting Dolby Digital Live



HDD: 35 GB of Free Hard Disk Space



DX: 9



Max Payne 3 Max System Requirements



CPU: Intel i7 3930K 6 Core x 3.06 GHZ / AMD FX8150 8 Core x 3.6 GHZ



RAM: 16GB



GPU: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 680 2GB VRAM / AMD Radeon HD 7970 3GB VRAM



DX: 11





I should be good to max Max lol, can't wait.



Rockstar game maybe I should overclock my cpu to 4.8 again, since seems all their games are cpu heavy.

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#2
Posted 05/03/2012 01:49 PM   
looks more like max kane and lynch
looks more like max kane and lynch

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#3
Posted 05/06/2012 03:44 PM   
I was a huge fan of the originals, but not really sure how this new one follows the story of those. The originals seemed a little more darker/grittier than what i keep seeing in the commercials and screen shots so far.

With D3 coming out the same day, and Starhawk coming out this week. Ill likely wait for reviews and/or a Steam Sale during the July sale.
I was a huge fan of the originals, but not really sure how this new one follows the story of those. The originals seemed a little more darker/grittier than what i keep seeing in the commercials and screen shots so far.



With D3 coming out the same day, and Starhawk coming out this week. Ill likely wait for reviews and/or a Steam Sale during the July sale.

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#4
Posted 05/10/2012 10:59 PM   
[quote name='Josh@NVIDIA' date='10 May 2012 - 10:59 PM' timestamp='1336690793' post='1406705']
I was a huge fan of the originals, but not really sure how this new one follows the story of those. The originals seemed a little more darker/grittier than what i keep seeing in the commercials and screen shots so far.

With D3 coming out the same day, and Starhawk coming out this week. Ill likely wait for reviews and/or a Steam Sale during the July sale.



The above comment is my opinion does not necessarily reflect those of the NVIDIA
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I fully agree.
And the recommended sepcs look like they are vert exaggerated. I dont believe they will use 16Gb of ram, for instance. Especially because the game was made with multi-platform in mind. Dosent mean the game will be bad, of course. But I really wished a Crysis 1 would be lauched again...consolitis is making me think my last upgrade was just a waste...

Cheers
[quote name='Josh@NVIDIA' date='10 May 2012 - 10:59 PM' timestamp='1336690793' post='1406705']

I was a huge fan of the originals, but not really sure how this new one follows the story of those. The originals seemed a little more darker/grittier than what i keep seeing in the commercials and screen shots so far.



With D3 coming out the same day, and Starhawk coming out this week. Ill likely wait for reviews and/or a Steam Sale during the July sale.







The above comment is my opinion does not necessarily reflect those of the NVIDIA





I fully agree.

And the recommended sepcs look like they are vert exaggerated. I dont believe they will use 16Gb of ram, for instance. Especially because the game was made with multi-platform in mind. Dosent mean the game will be bad, of course. But I really wished a Crysis 1 would be lauched again...consolitis is making me think my last upgrade was just a waste...



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#5
Posted 05/11/2012 03:48 PM   
Holy smoke i thought Monty was pulling out legs with those rec. specs listed above, a gtx 680 + 16 gb of RAM? - a 3930K 6 core cpu?
Oh i gotta get me this game, maybe gonna upgrade in near future too so this could stress-test the rig some perhaps.
haha that's cool but, gtx 680 + 16 bg of RAM! /biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':biggrin:' />
Holy smoke i thought Monty was pulling out legs with those rec. specs listed above, a gtx 680 + 16 gb of RAM? - a 3930K 6 core cpu?

Oh i gotta get me this game, maybe gonna upgrade in near future too so this could stress-test the rig some perhaps.

haha that's cool but, gtx 680 + 16 bg of RAM! /biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':biggrin:' />

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#6
Posted 05/12/2012 01:36 PM   
Isn't this game supposed to run on consoles last time I checked it has 7800 GTX and 256mb of RAM ...
Isn't this game supposed to run on consoles last time I checked it has 7800 GTX and 256mb of RAM ...

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#7
Posted 05/12/2012 02:14 PM   
[quote name='SLI-756' date='12 May 2012 - 02:36 PM' timestamp='1336829792' post='1407395']
Holy smoke i thought Monty was pulling out legs with those rec. specs listed above, a gtx 680 + 16 gb of RAM? - a 3930K 6 core cpu?
Oh i gotta get me this game, maybe gonna upgrade in near future too so this could stress-test the rig some perhaps.
haha that's cool but, gtx 680 + 16 bg of RAM! /biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':biggrin:' />
[/quote]

Rockstar is notorious for using up a ton of resources on the PC due to the way they code, so I wouldn't get too excited.
[quote name='SLI-756' date='12 May 2012 - 02:36 PM' timestamp='1336829792' post='1407395']

Holy smoke i thought Monty was pulling out legs with those rec. specs listed above, a gtx 680 + 16 gb of RAM? - a 3930K 6 core cpu?

Oh i gotta get me this game, maybe gonna upgrade in near future too so this could stress-test the rig some perhaps.

haha that's cool but, gtx 680 + 16 bg of RAM! /biggrin.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':biggrin:' />





Rockstar is notorious for using up a ton of resources on the PC due to the way they code, so I wouldn't get too excited.

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#8
Posted 05/12/2012 04:23 PM   
[quote name='slamscaper' date='12 May 2012 - 04:23 PM' timestamp='1336839807' post='1407452']
Rockstar is notorious for using up a ton of resources on the PC due to the way they code, so I wouldn't get too excited.
[/quote]

They do bad programing, not properly optimized, is that it?
[quote name='slamscaper' date='12 May 2012 - 04:23 PM' timestamp='1336839807' post='1407452']

Rockstar is notorious for using up a ton of resources on the PC due to the way they code, so I wouldn't get too excited.





They do bad programing, not properly optimized, is that it?

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#9
Posted 05/12/2012 11:55 PM   
[quote name='Badelhas' date='13 May 2012 - 12:55 AM' timestamp='1336866938' post='1407558']
They do bad programing, not properly optimized, is that it?
[/quote]

As far as gameplay, physics, and storylines go, their games are just excellent (to say the least). However, they just don't put much effort into their PC ports and they never have. The bottom line is that they don't have any love for the PC, hence the reason they never even bothered to release Red Dead Redemption. While we did get GTA IV, it's one of the buggiest games in PC gaming history.
[quote name='Badelhas' date='13 May 2012 - 12:55 AM' timestamp='1336866938' post='1407558']

They do bad programing, not properly optimized, is that it?





As far as gameplay, physics, and storylines go, their games are just excellent (to say the least). However, they just don't put much effort into their PC ports and they never have. The bottom line is that they don't have any love for the PC, hence the reason they never even bothered to release Red Dead Redemption. While we did get GTA IV, it's one of the buggiest games in PC gaming history.

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#10
Posted 05/13/2012 12:40 AM   
GTA 4 ran fine for me. Never had the bugs you spoke of.
GTA 4 ran fine for me. Never had the bugs you spoke of.

#11
Posted 05/13/2012 08:18 AM   
[quote name='middydj' date='13 May 2012 - 04:18 AM' timestamp='1336897088' post='1407687']
GTA 4 ran fine for me. Never had the bugs you spoke of.
[/quote]

[i]Really? To what extent did you evaluate the code and algorithms? Hardware assignments and utilization are greatly exaggerated within the confines of VRAM. Although the title may seen as though it is heavily demanding on the PC platform; this is merely due to poor optimizations and PC specific engine coding absence. I will say, yes, it does require decent hardware, however with the hardware utilization within the game's ported design much of the available hardware assets are left with minor capitalization; this prominent issue gives the illusion of an overly demanding title.

In addition to the hardware issues, there were several mediums that were not addressed that were present on console versions. These issues persisted upon PC release and several patches later. They fixed one, and made another.

Nevertheless it turned out to be a success to loyal fans of the series.

On the note of Max Payne 3; without Remedy being attached to the title....that scares me into to thinking the story is going to be shallow and overdrawn with Rockstar's traditional "violence wins over the hearts of man" philosophy.

Max Payne, Max Payne 2, and the Alan Wake series; all done by Remedy. Food for thought boys and girls...[/i]

-Hooks
[quote name='middydj' date='13 May 2012 - 04:18 AM' timestamp='1336897088' post='1407687']

GTA 4 ran fine for me. Never had the bugs you spoke of.





Really? To what extent did you evaluate the code and algorithms? Hardware assignments and utilization are greatly exaggerated within the confines of VRAM. Although the title may seen as though it is heavily demanding on the PC platform; this is merely due to poor optimizations and PC specific engine coding absence. I will say, yes, it does require decent hardware, however with the hardware utilization within the game's ported design much of the available hardware assets are left with minor capitalization; this prominent issue gives the illusion of an overly demanding title.



In addition to the hardware issues, there were several mediums that were not addressed that were present on console versions. These issues persisted upon PC release and several patches later. They fixed one, and made another.



Nevertheless it turned out to be a success to loyal fans of the series.



On the note of Max Payne 3; without Remedy being attached to the title....that scares me into to thinking the story is going to be shallow and overdrawn with Rockstar's traditional "violence wins over the hearts of man" philosophy.



Max Payne, Max Payne 2, and the Alan Wake series; all done by Remedy. Food for thought boys and girls...




-Hooks

QUOTE (The Professor @ Oct 31 2010, 04:59 AM)

*Jeremy Clarkson face*



So we must hand it over to our tame PC tweaker. Some say he sticky tapes a block of uranium to his dinner before eating it and that he sucks moisture out of ducks. All we know is, he's called Hooks.



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#12
Posted 05/13/2012 11:43 AM   
[quote name='Righthooks' date='13 May 2012 - 11:43 AM' timestamp='1336909396' post='1407724']
[i]Really? To what extent did you evaluate the code and algorithms? Hardware assignments and utilization are greatly exaggerated within the confines of VRAM. Although the title may seen as though it is heavily demanding on the PC platform; this is merely due to poor optimizations and PC specific engine coding absence. I will say, yes, it does require decent hardware, however with the hardware utilization within the game's ported design much of the available hardware assets are left with minor capitalization; this prominent issue gives the illusion of an overly demanding title.

In addition to the hardware issues, there were several mediums that were not addressed that were present on console versions. These issues persisted upon PC release and several patches later. They fixed one, and made another.

Nevertheless it turned out to be a success to loyal fans of the series.

On the note of Max Payne 3; without Remedy being attached to the title....that scares me into to thinking the story is going to be shallow and overdrawn with Rockstar's traditional "violence wins over the hearts of man" philosophy.

Max Payne, Max Payne 2, and the Alan Wake series; all done by Remedy. Food for thought boys and girls...[/i]

-Hooks
[/quote]

Hooks, I´ve been reading some of your posts for quite a while and you seem to know a bit about the subject of graphic design, game programing, etc. You also look like you are someone a bit older than most gamers, judging from the way you write. How did you get to know so much about this stuff? Do you work in the industry?

Cheers
[quote name='Righthooks' date='13 May 2012 - 11:43 AM' timestamp='1336909396' post='1407724']

Really? To what extent did you evaluate the code and algorithms? Hardware assignments and utilization are greatly exaggerated within the confines of VRAM. Although the title may seen as though it is heavily demanding on the PC platform; this is merely due to poor optimizations and PC specific engine coding absence. I will say, yes, it does require decent hardware, however with the hardware utilization within the game's ported design much of the available hardware assets are left with minor capitalization; this prominent issue gives the illusion of an overly demanding title.



In addition to the hardware issues, there were several mediums that were not addressed that were present on console versions. These issues persisted upon PC release and several patches later. They fixed one, and made another.



Nevertheless it turned out to be a success to loyal fans of the series.



On the note of Max Payne 3; without Remedy being attached to the title....that scares me into to thinking the story is going to be shallow and overdrawn with Rockstar's traditional "violence wins over the hearts of man" philosophy.



Max Payne, Max Payne 2, and the Alan Wake series; all done by Remedy. Food for thought boys and girls...




-Hooks





Hooks, I´ve been reading some of your posts for quite a while and you seem to know a bit about the subject of graphic design, game programing, etc. You also look like you are someone a bit older than most gamers, judging from the way you write. How did you get to know so much about this stuff? Do you work in the industry?



Cheers

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#13
Posted 05/13/2012 12:00 PM   
[quote name='Badelhas' date='13 May 2012 - 08:00 AM' timestamp='1336910447' post='1407728']
Hooks, I´ve been reading some of your posts for quite a while and you seem to know a bit about the subject of graphic design, game programing, etc. You also look like you are someone a bit older than most gamers, judging from the way you write. How did you get to know so much about this stuff? Do you work in the industry?

Cheers
[/quote]

[i]Not at all affiliated with the industry directly, but a common misconception. Also, I am not as old as you may think either. /smile.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smile:' />

I am actually 27 years old, and I am presently in my second year of medical practice (quite a distance from the PC world).

However, I expel a great deal of effort into PC gaming, hardware, software etc. because I am very passionate about the technologies and advancements as the years progress. I have always been an avid gamer since I was young, and as I matured so did my skills and interests in PC building, modding, and game design. I assure you it is all for hobby, and I only treat certain avenues with a professional approach... primarily system building and game design.

You can learn anything you want regardless of age; maturity is defined by character and the ability to listen and correct personal wrongs. If you want to peruse anything, the best way to do it is to learn from those who know more than yourself. Every day I learn something new, and I will continue to do so until my life expires; whatever I can pass on to others in the meantime is a bonus.

One can never learn enough, practice enough, or fail enough...it is what makes us grow as an individual.

That was a flattering post, but I am just a guy who likes the same things you do! My affiliations have just grown over the years, so I receive insight from time to time. /thumbup.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thumbup:' /> [/i]

-Hooks
[quote name='Badelhas' date='13 May 2012 - 08:00 AM' timestamp='1336910447' post='1407728']

Hooks, I´ve been reading some of your posts for quite a while and you seem to know a bit about the subject of graphic design, game programing, etc. You also look like you are someone a bit older than most gamers, judging from the way you write. How did you get to know so much about this stuff? Do you work in the industry?



Cheers





Not at all affiliated with the industry directly, but a common misconception. Also, I am not as old as you may think either. /smile.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':smile:' />



I am actually 27 years old, and I am presently in my second year of medical practice (quite a distance from the PC world).



However, I expel a great deal of effort into PC gaming, hardware, software etc. because I am very passionate about the technologies and advancements as the years progress. I have always been an avid gamer since I was young, and as I matured so did my skills and interests in PC building, modding, and game design. I assure you it is all for hobby, and I only treat certain avenues with a professional approach... primarily system building and game design.



You can learn anything you want regardless of age; maturity is defined by character and the ability to listen and correct personal wrongs. If you want to peruse anything, the best way to do it is to learn from those who know more than yourself. Every day I learn something new, and I will continue to do so until my life expires; whatever I can pass on to others in the meantime is a bonus.



One can never learn enough, practice enough, or fail enough...it is what makes us grow as an individual.



That was a flattering post, but I am just a guy who likes the same things you do! My affiliations have just grown over the years, so I receive insight from time to time. /thumbup.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thumbup:' />




-Hooks

QUOTE (The Professor @ Oct 31 2010, 04:59 AM)

*Jeremy Clarkson face*



So we must hand it over to our tame PC tweaker. Some say he sticky tapes a block of uranium to his dinner before eating it and that he sucks moisture out of ducks. All we know is, he's called Hooks.



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#14
Posted 05/13/2012 02:04 PM   
[quote name='Righthooks' date='13 May 2012 - 07:43 AM' timestamp='1336909396' post='1407724']
[i]Really? To what extent did you evaluate the code and algorithms? Hardware assignments and utilization are greatly exaggerated within the confines of VRAM. Although the title may seen as though it is heavily demanding on the PC platform; this is merely due to poor optimizations and PC specific engine coding absence

-Hooks
[/quote]

Really... Why spend my time evaluating,measuring,figuring out code and algorithms? Let me be more lucid. Sometimes you just have to play the dam game.. Get my point?

It's nothing new that most of know the game is a port like so many other titles.

Like I stated. Never had the issues you spoke of. I recall others from various message boards express the same sentiments. It just worked and it worked well for me..
[quote name='Righthooks' date='13 May 2012 - 07:43 AM' timestamp='1336909396' post='1407724']

[i]Really? To what extent did you evaluate the code and algorithms? Hardware assignments and utilization are greatly exaggerated within the confines of VRAM. Although the title may seen as though it is heavily demanding on the PC platform; this is merely due to poor optimizations and PC specific engine coding absence



-Hooks





Really... Why spend my time evaluating,measuring,figuring out code and algorithms? Let me be more lucid. Sometimes you just have to play the dam game.. Get my point?



It's nothing new that most of know the game is a port like so many other titles.



Like I stated. Never had the issues you spoke of. I recall others from various message boards express the same sentiments. It just worked and it worked well for me..

#15
Posted 05/14/2012 03:44 AM   
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