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Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne

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  1. a third-person shooter developed by Finnish Remedy Entertainment and produced by 3D Realms, released for Windows, Xbox, and PlayStation 2 systems

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  2. a 2003 multiplatform video game

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  3. continues the story of Max Payne, a fugitive undercover cop framed for murder in New York City

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  4. The game, like its predecessor, borrows heavily from film noir mood and techniques, from stylistic cinematography to graphic novel style cutscenes and narration

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  5. The Fall of Max Payne was published by Rockstar Games and the Windows version was released on October 15, 2003 with console versions following later

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