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Max Payne 3 special edition pre-order deadline extended

So Max Payne 3 isn't launching the same day you're destined to save the galaxy from the Reapers once and for all. That's kind of good news, not only because you won't be forced to put Mr. Payne's adventure on the back burner, but also because it gives you some more time ponder whether or not you want to throw down cash on his third game's special edition.

Packed with a 10" collectible figurine, some art prints, a bullet key chain, some multiplayer DLC and the game's soundtrack, the Max Payne 3 special edition will launch in limited quantities for $99. Though the game was delayed to May 15, those interested in the limited edition have an April 2 deadline to pre-order the package or risk letting it slip through their fingers in bullet time.

No amount of painkillers could anoint that kind of sorrow, folks, so if you want this, be sure to pre-order it pronto.

Reported by Jonathan Davila

Source: http://www.rockstargames.com/newswire/article/19661/announcing-the-max-payne-3-special-edition.html


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