Win a copy of Max Payne 3 for the PS3!

Max Payne 3By now you probably have seen, heard, or read a bit about Rockstar Games’ most recent offering, Max Payne 3. The beleaguered detective has a new look and a new engine to propel him into the spotlight, marking the character’s first return to the world of video games since Mac Payne 2 was released back in 2003.

win a copy of max payne 3 for the ps3A lot has changed in the nearly nine years between games. The game has been completely dissected and rebuilt from the ground up. New mechanics have been introduced, while old ones have been refined. A massive multiplayer mode has been added as well. For a full rundown on the game, check out our Max Payne 3 review.

But if you are reading this post, you probably don’t care about the review, you want to win the free copy and try it out for yourself! So here’s all you have to do: Tell us what you are most looking forward to from E3 next month. That’s it.

Just log in, let us know what you are hoping to hear more on—either something you know is coming, or just something you are hoping may, possibly be announced—and you will be entered for a chance to win Max Payne 3 for the PS3.

The winner will be selected at random on Monday, May 21, at noon PST. We will then contact that person and let them know, and once we have confirmation, we will announce the winner to everyone.

Good luck to all!

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Update: Thanks to everyone that entered, and congrats to our winner, Caitlin Janz!  

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