Take Max Payne out of his gritty film noir universe, plant him smack in the middle of sleepy suburbia, and just let him do his thing. Then on Thursdays, he and Frank Castle go bowling together. Sounds like your typical, All-American Joe.
"A Day in the Life of Max Payne" is delivered straight to your eyeballs thanks to Michael Shanks. Michael also released another video recently, posted past the break, in which videogame box art come to life when nobody's around. As he describes, "It's like Toy Story, only sh*ttier." It's deliciously brutal.
A Day in the Life of Max Payne [YouTube]
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