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Old 25th April 2012, 07:05   #1
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Default Max Payne 3 to demand 35GB of storage

Rockstar has released the official system requirements for Max Payne 3. Most of the specifications are standard fare. They call for at least 2GB of RAM, two processor cores, and a DirectX 9-class graphics card. Nvidia's GeForce 8600 GT and AMD's Radeon HD 3400 are listed as the minimum-spec GPUs, and both are pretty ancient.

There is one requirement that caught my eye, though. You'll need a whopping 35GB of storage capacity to host Max's latest bullet-time adventure. That's an awful lot of space, especially for folks with overstuffed SSDs. It's also 10GB more than is demanded by Rage , which requires lots of storage ...
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