Went ahead and beat the last level. More than 10 years on, Max Payne is still a fun game, albeit not one without caveats. The shooting, slo-mo, and bullet dodging are all functional, but they aren't quite as smooth as they could be, especially compared to it's sequel. On top of that, some of the encounters are questionable and the game requires a bit too much trial and error by modern standards. On the other hand, there really are no games made like this in modern times (I haven't played Max Payne 3, but I get the feeling that it won't really be the same kind of game as the first two), so if you want to play a John Woo movie, this is really the only place to go (or Stranglehold, but that doesn't quite live up to Max Payne or Max Payne 2).
Shooter/Third-Person 3D Shooter