Win a new iPad or graphics card in our Max Payne 3 give-away

Unique Max Payne iPad and two Zotac GeForce GTX 670 graphics cards up for grabs

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A year and a half ago, when we first heard that Max Payne 3 was being developed, we were excited. Very excited.

We were teased with screenshots, story info and trailers. When the game finally came out, we loved it.

Max Payne 3 has all the gritty heart and soul that made the first two games great; its mix of noir storyline, heart-racing gameplay and innovative features — welcome back, Bullet Time — have made it an instant classic for us.

It's even better than the first two games thanks to the built-in multiplayer modes, which are constantly being built upon with the release of DLC episodes. These packs add new multiplayer maps, weapons and items on top of the standard game's already-impressive arsenal.

To celebrate the release of the new Disorganized Crime Pack for Max Payne 3, we've teamed up with Rockstar Games to give away some great prizes.

First prize is a one-of-a-kind Max Payne iPad. It's a new iPad 16GB Wi-Fi, with a unique Max Payne decal on the back in the style of the original game's artwork. There's also a sweet Rockstar Games logo on the iPad's home button:

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Two runner-up prizes are for avid PC gamers. Rockstar has given us two Zotac GeForce GTX 670 AMP! Edition graphics cards to give away:

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To go into the draw to win one of these prizes, all you've got to do is sign up for an account on PC World, remembering to use a valid email address that we can contact you with. If you've already got a PC World user account, then you can skip this step.

Once you've signed up for an account, leave a comment below this article, telling us the answer to this question in 150 words or less:

What would you go through to win a Max Payne iPad or graphics card?

The best and most creative answers will win. Talk yourself up - give us a great crime story, with heroes and bad guys (you can be either!), and throw in plenty of Max Payne-esque action.

We'll pick a first place winner, and two runner-up winners in two weeks' time — that's on Friday the 28th of September — and get in touch to send out prizes. You've got to be an Australian resident over the age of 18 to enter this competition — read the full terms and conditions here.

Good luck, and get writing!

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4 Comments

Siang Lim

1

"What would you go through?" The question mocked me. A thousand thoughts ran through my head. Finally, it stopped on one. I started to type my answer out, when a couple of Simpson's goons crashed through the door. A bullet flies past me. I'm lucky they can't aim. I slide under the table, grab my gun from the underside and take them both out before they could blink.

I step over their bodies and peer down the stairwell. More of them. I race back into my room, barely avoiding the rain of bullets. I jump out the window, and brace myself as I crash into some poor girl's room. She was too petrified to scream. I only had one thing to say. "I need to use your computer." I type in my answer and hit send. I won't get another chance. It's time to pay my friend Simpson a visit.

Jackson van Bentum

2

I would walk 500 miles and I would walk 500 more just be the one to walk a thousand miles
To win a brand new card

Dean Sinclair

3

The graphics card was in the next room. Just one problem, a thousand gunshots surrounded me. I couldn't even think straight. Completely outta ammo, not to mention luck, I caught sight of a pump action shotgun kept behind the bar counter. My lucky day. To my right, bags of C4. They must have been planning on leveling the place. Makes sense; I was inside the building after all.

It's hard to formulate a plan while under fire. The most you can ever manage is 'dive here, shoot there' but I had a funny feeling that was all I'd need. Grabbed the shotgun, dove over the bar mid-shot and made a break for the window. My next shot had to be dead on. Breaking through a window isn't bad, but when there's an explosion nearby it really stings.

Would have stung more from the inside of the building.

jigarparmar

4

if someone throws an ipad in a swimming pool, i would dive in like in bullet time to save it and shoot the guy who threw it at the same time

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