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Max Payne 1 [PC]
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FPS System Benchmark
200+ FPS
High
Graphics Card
  • Release Date
    EU/UK:Jul-23-2001
    US:Jul-23-2001
  • Genre
    Theme
  • 8.6
    Max Payne 1 is excellently optimized
    according to (7) user reviews
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PC System Analysis for Max Payne 1
The game begins in the winter of 2001, as New York City finishes experiencing the worst blizzard in the history of the city. The intro sequence shows Max Payne, a renegade DEA agent and former NYPD officer, standing at the top of a skyscraper building as police units arrive. He then experiences a flashback from three years ago. Back in 1998, Max returned home to find that a trio of apparent junkies had broken into his house while high on a new designer drug called Valkyr. Max rushed to the aid his family, but was too late and his wife and their newborn daughter had already been brutally murdered.

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Max Payne 1 System Requirements
Intel CPU
AMD CPU
Nvidia Graphics Card
AMD Graphics Card
RAM
OS
Direct X
HDD Space
GD Verdict
Recommended Requirements
128 MB
GD RAM hardware score: 1
Win 2000
DX 8
1 GB
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Graphics Card
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RAM
10GB
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