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Sports video games are designed to simulate the real-world sports. Most modern sports have their video game counterparts, including team sports, combat sports, and motorsports and even extreme sports. Games like Madden NFL series focus on actually playing the sport, whilst others focus on strategy and sport management (e.g. Championship Manager). Some top games (like the FIFA franchise) can even emphasize both aspects.
Sports game genre has been very popular throughout the history of video games. The reason behind this is a high competitiveness just like with real-world sports. Best sports games are physically and tactically challenging, and they’re often testing player's accuracy, precision, and reaction time. Most sports games try to model the athletic characteristics required by that sport, e.g. strength, speed, stamina, accuracy, etc. Just like their respective sports, these video games take place in a pre-defined stadium, track or arena.
Games Republic is a place where every PC gamer can find the perfect game. Only the best sports video games. Only the best prices.Max Payne is a video game franchise created by Remedy Entertainment and Rockstar Studios. It is named after the game’s protagonist, Max Payne, a detective who became a vigilante after the murder of his entire family. The series' first (2001) and second (2003) installments were written by Sam Lake and Max Payne 3 (2012) by Dan Houser. There was also a movie adaptation, loosely based on the original game, starring Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis. The movie came out in 2008.
The Max Payne franchise is notable for its introduction and use of “bullet time” in many of its action sequences. All three games were very positively received by critics and gamers alike. The series has sold over 10 million copies worldwide and is to this day considered by many players as one of the most influential in TPP action games.
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