We’ve just been notified that Max Payne for Android will be out June 14th at 12AM eastern. We’d already gotten confirmation before but it’s nice to know when, exactly, we can expect it. This game is version of the PS2 classic remastered for Android devices. As a bad*** DEA agent, you take on a case of mysterious properties which finds Max Payne’s personal life involved. I don’t want to spoil the story so I won’t go any further if you haven’t played it. There is a short wait between now and then, though, so keep your eyes on the Google Play Store once it arrives.
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