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A Technical Look at Max Payne 3
With Max Payne 3 reviewed, how about we take a look at the game from a technical perspective? Wondering what the game brings to the tessellation table? How FXAA compares to MSAA? Whether HDAO is really worth the performance hit? We tackle all these questions and more, so read on.
Read through our look at Max Payne 3's technical aspects and discuss it here!
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