Max Payne 3 Special Edition Revealed

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I like special editions. If they’re done right, they include awesome extras that look fantastic in any gamers game room. And with Rockstar’s announcement of the contents of the Max Payne 3 Special Edition, it looks like they have done it very right.

The Max Payne 3 special edition, which is available to pre-order until January 15th, 2012, will set US gamers back $99 (which means it will probably cost us Aussies around $149) and features quite the fantastic assortment of Max Payne goodies.

Those gamers electing to pre-order the Special Edition will receive:

  • A copy of Max Payne 3.
  • 10″ tall Collectible Max Payne Statue created in a collaboration between TriForce and Rockstar Games.
  • Series of game-inspired Original Still Life Art Prints that depict some of Max Payne’s inner demons and vices.
  • Copper and brass-plated iron, bullet-shaped Bullet Keychain featuring a screw-off back.
  • Classic Multiplayer Character Pack of eight playable multiplayer characters for Max Payne 3 Multiplayer, including fan favorites Mona Sax and Vladimir Lem.
  • Disorderly Conduct Multiplayer Weapons Pack for Max Payne 3 Multiplayer that includes the Hammerhead Auto Shotgun, G9 Grenade Launcher and Molotov cocktail.
  • Max Payne 3 Official Soundtrack featuring the game’s instrumental score.

They had me at Collectible Max Payne Statue. I’m a sucker for statues. Take my money, Rockstar. Just take it.

Anyone else going to be pre-ordering the Special Edition? Let us know in the comments section below.

Source: Rockstar Games


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