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Enjoy some pew pew with the fan film Max Payne: Valhalla


8:00 AM on 05.12.2012



Over the last few months, I had been receiving tips on an upcoming fan-made Max Payne short entitled "Valhalla," but I avoided posting the trailer, instead waiting until the full production was complete. The film was finally uploaded last week, so here it is!

Max Payne: Valhalla comes courtesy of the Spain-based Zapruder Pictures studio. It is a follow-up to a previous Max Payne film produced for an English language project at the Francisco de Vitoria University. The acting may be spotty, and certain liberties were taken with the original story. Still, I think you'll find it enjoyable. Especially this bit.

Max Payne: Valhalla - Fan Film [YouTube]






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