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Morning Q&As

  • Max Payne 2
    There's a Max Payne 2 Q&A on Beyond3D chatting with Remedy Entertainment's Markus Maki about the recently released third-person shooter sequel. They discuss the development cycle, the PoV, DirectX, changes from the first game, and more.
  • Pirates of the Burning Sea
    The Pirates of the Burning Sea Q&A on Warcry News Network chats with Taylor Daynes, the lead game designer at Flying Lab Software about their upcoming MMORPG set on the flaming high seas.
  • Leisure Suit Larry
    The Leisure Suit Larry: Magna Cum Laude Q&A on GameSpot chats with Josh VanVeld of High Voltage and VU Games brand manager Alex Rodberg about the upcoming revival of the lecherous adventures of Larry Laffer.

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2. Haha.... Nov 8, 2003, 03:38 wasrad
"The original Max Payne felt like a breath of fresh air to gamers who had grown tired of action-adventure games with a third-person-perspective character where storylines were boring, gameplay was too linear and there were nothing interesting like plot twists and turns."

So they were sick of games like Max Payne...? What?

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1. Al Lowe and LSL Nov 7, 2003, 10:45 Frijoles
From Al Lowe's site regarding the new LSL:

"Currently, I am in the process of negotiations with Vivendi Universal Games and my involvement with the next installment of the Leisure Suit Larry. Once we have reached an agreement I will be able to comment more on my involvement."

The Q&A also suggests that they are in contact with him. Perhaps this game will be worth it afterall.

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