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The winner is Kevin Chau!! Congrats and thank you to all those that entered our contest! We hope to host another one with GameStop soon!
Thank you everyone for entering! I will be sending the results over to GameStop to pick a winner! We will announce here and on Twitter!
Who doesn't wanna be associated with this upcoming and (definitely, hopefully) amazing game? The gameplay I saw pretty much blown me away. It'll be pretty interesting since most of my friends familiar with video games are guys, and imagine their response when they see my name in Max Payne. Plus, I don't have a 360 like the guys, and I need one to kick their asses.
So I won't die.
Thanks for the giveaway!
Hearing what Max Payne would have to say about the gravestone would be rad."Tom K. Just another schmuck at the wrong end of the tunnel. I wonder how he went down. Amphetamine overdose, armed robbery gone sour, or maybe just a long flight down a flight of stairs. We'll talk about it together, soon. But not yet. First I've gotta go find myself another wife."
It would be raining during this narration, of course.
Not being able to die makes everything much easier. Bring on the honey badgers.
Because who wants to die?..Who knows what happens when you die,is there a heaven? a hell?, a walmart without weirdo's in it?..Help me live forever and pass my legacy on, so when I die in 2075 My tombstone will say "He Was on tombstone in Max Payne 3,left behind 2 kids,and 1 we could never dna test to see if his,Also liked fishing"..Huge fan of Max Payne 1/2 aswell :P
I want to live forever in Max Payne 3 so that I can engage in thrilling bullet time gun fights and rid the world of baddies!
It would be nice to leave my legacy behind as a gamer and actually be in one definately would be super sweet <3<3<3
I grew up in the video game industry -- my dad was a salesman for Sega and other companies. We had the big arcade games in our house growing up and after I graduated from college, I wrote for a video game magazine.
SO, having my name on a game would be my final legacy and a tip of the hat to my dad.
Also, my kids would think I'm cool.
Who wouldn't want to live forever in a video game, or die forever as it were. It is the equivalent of having a star named in your honor, and has the chance to be seen by more people.
@GamingAngel crossing fingers :P
@ElMariachi003 haha yeah we have two!
Plus, who wouldn't want to be immortalized forever in a game? That's just awesome. And getting your name on a tombstone is ... kind of like cheating death. It's superhero cool.
That is so cool to have that background! In buying our house the first thing we looked for was a room that we could make into an arcade! haha I also think it's awesome you worked for a video game magazine! How cool!