This excellent piece of Max Payne 3 Fan art was created by Eliant. K100, longtime PayneReactor fan and supporter, recently discovered the art and wanted to share it with us. The piece is really marvelous and was created using Adobe Photoshop. Click the image below for a bigger version. Thanks K100!
Let’s thank Remedy!
2015 marks the 20th anniversary of Remedy, the studio behind Max Payne and Alan Wake. Let’s thank them for those awesome games! To celebrate the anniversary, I’ve setup a page where everybody is allowed to post a comment to either congratulate or share something with the developers. Click here to head there now!
Guest Post by Kristian Hollund
Frequent visitors and old time fans might know that Kristian Brynie Hollund is PayneReactor’s founder. Kristian (also known as biXen) left PayneReactor in persuit of his career and other time consuming hobby’s. His history with the Max Payne community is rich and so is his story. What were his motivations to start a fan site about Max Payne? What does Max Payne mean to him? In this guest post, he tries to explain it all.
Join the Armed Alliance
Looking for a cool Social Club Crew to take part in? Join up with community members in PayneReactor’s Armed Alliance. Fight the good fight and earn bonus XP while playing. Send us a request, we’re happy to have you on our side!
GTA V for PC Review
It took Rockstar Games for more than a year to bring Grand Theft Auto V to PC. However, the PC release of V comes with various (visual) extras to persuade you to come back to Los Santos once again. The question is, is Grand Theft Auto V for PC really worth it? More..
Click here to learn more about Quantum Break, a soon to be released Xbox One exclusive, developed by Remedy Entertainment (the creators of Max Payne and Alan Wake games).