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MAX PAYNE Brings a Noir Vibe to the FURY in ‘Mad Max Payne’ Mash-Up

MAX PAYNE Brings a Noir Vibe to the FURY in ‘Mad Max Payne’ Mash-Up

Max Rockatansky and Detective Max Payne have two things in common: their shared first name and a tie to successful works in both the film and video game industry, with Mad Max and Max Payne. It only makes sense that someone would come along and create a mash-up of the two. That is exactly what YouTube user Zapruder Pictures did with its latest fan film. Witness how perfect the combo is in the above video.

The description reads: “What if Mad Max Rockatansky and Max Payne were actually the same person? They were both cops, they had their families killed, and they live in a world where norse mythology is key!”

Mad Max Payne War Boys

In the video itself, we see Max Payne, cheetah-print tie and all–thrown into the barren wasteland where the Fury Road lies. After musing about his life as a “road warrior searching for a righteous cause” and the death of his family, he runs into trio of War Boys. It turns out that wiping out the half-lifes was a piece of cake for the duel-wielding detective.

The creation–which spans all of two and a half minutes–was written and directed by Guillermo de Oliveira, with a whole host of talented folks behind the visual FX, make-up, sound design, and more. The attention to detail is undeniable and impressive to say the least.

The video couldn’t come at a better time, seeing as both the Mad Max game and Mad Max: Fury Road hit shelves earlier this week. As for Max Payne, the last entry in the series that we saw was 2012’s Max Payne 3. There was a Max Payne film back in 2008, but it’s probably best that we try to forget it ever happened.

What did you think of the video? Let us know in the comments below.

HT: YouTube, Game Informer

IMAGE: Zapruder Pictures

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