Max Payne 3 is out and the reviews are in: this game kicks ass!
The campaign sounds fantastic, but for you multiplayer-focused gamers the highlight of the package has to be the new Crew system in the Rockstar Social Club. Joining a Crew makes pairing up with friends and like-minded strangers easier than ever, and it adds a whole new layer to Max Payne 3's already robust multiplayer offerings in the form of Feuds. Battle a rival Crew multiple times? The game will remember that and give you specific targets in-game to take out! Awesome!
Our official Destructoid Crew is 700-members strong as of this morning, so I think it's high time we hop online and start some Feuds of our own! It looks like some of you have already started getting your hands dirty; time for the rest of us to get in on the fun!
I'll be booting up and kicking ass tonight about 10 Pacific, but there's no reason for the rest of you to wait that long! Hell, you can hop on right now if you want! Either way, we'll see you online!
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