The creators of ‘MAX PAYNE: Kung Fu Edition 3’ and ‘Katana’ join forces to deliver THE most explosive and complete mod to ever grace the Max Payne engine! Combine a massive arsenal of lightning-fast punches, kicks, and cool signature takedown moves to devastate your opponents with style! Run along walls, dodge bullets effortlessly, and flip off walls, objects and even people! The rules are yours to bend and break, as you relive some of the Trilogy's most memorable scenes, including The Lobby, Dojo, and The Burly Brawl!

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Bluehawk Nov 19 2007 says:

You'd think this thing would work by now.

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Maddieman Nov 22 2007 says:

Tell me about it. :) I'm hoping it's a moddb problem, and not the video.

Well, in the meantime, just watch it on youtube - there's a link to it on our news page.

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Maddieman Dec 10 2007 says:

Finally, it's working - it's actually working!

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INtense! Dec 14 2007 says:

wow i cannot believe you cheographed (right spelling!?) all those moves from the film so damn well

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SinKing Dec 15 2007 says:

Indeed. I was gonna say the same thing. The animations are really amazing and very true to the original style. I wasn't aware this mod is a unified attempt at creating the greatest Matrix experience ever, but it looks like it can hold up to this promise.

Good luck. Great news!

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Maddieman Dec 17 2007 says:

Thanks guys - yes, we spent quite a lot of time on the animation and camerawork.

The Matrix 'style' is characterised by a lot of visual body movements - often dramatically frozen or slowed down like a comic or anime (such as Neo's limbo-like bullet dodge; Trinity's crane flykick; the various kung fu stances and taunts that appear throughout). Because Bullet-Time featured prominately in the films, we got a real opportunity to study some of those 'signature' moves in detail(frame-by-frame, studying different takes, camera angles, the CGI animation, etc). Also, Max Payne has some great camera and slow-motion controls, so we could really play around with slowing down time on particular frames, etc - to make it just like the film.

Of course, it would be wise to keep your expectations realistic - this is still a mod, after all. The production values and resources are no where near that of a commercial game. The goal is simply to give Max Payne what it's been dying for since it came out - a half-decent Matrix mod.

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s97323 Dec 6 2009 says:

i wait it very long time are you working?

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s97323 Dec 6 2009 says:

i hope you can finish it!!!!!!!!! add oil

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MrDeath666 Mar 12 2012 says:

What's the name of the music?
It's truly awesome!

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Maddieman Apr 28 2012 replied:

Andy Hunter - The Wonders of You.

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New trailer for The Real World, a Max Payne modification. Not sure if this one shows off anything especially new, but there's footage of the lobby, subway, and streets levels. Thanks for viewing.

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Nov 14th, 2007
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