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|Row 2 info = [[Live from the Crime Scene]]
 
|Row 2 info = [[Live from the Crime Scene]]
 
|Row 3 title = Next Level
 
|Row 3 title = Next Level
|Row 3 info = [[The Blood Veins of New York]]}}[[Max Payne (character)|Max]] returns to [[Jack Lupino]]'s Hotel where he was assigned to determine the whereabouts of Jack Lupino. He immediately runs into [[the Finito Brothers]] who have discovered that Max has arrived at the hotel and is now part of the D.A., Max in turn eliminates the Finito Brothers. After eliminating the Finito Brothers, Max notices a letter on the desk that mentions about partnerships involving [[Valkyr]] between Vinnie Gognitti, Rico Muerte, and several other mafia members, further reading the letter, Max discovers that [[Rico Muerte]] is actually residing at the hotel, the Finito Brothers happened to be generous enough to make the mistake of writing the room number that Rico Muerte was staying in on the note's margin ("313"). Max then hears a trio of mafia members come to the door worrying that the Finito Brothers were in trouble, after eliminating the thugs Max walks down the stairs and happens to discover some rather sad news on a radio, the mayor has addressed that Valkyr has become a clear threat and that drastic measures must be taken, the broadcast also mentions [[Alex Balder]]'s death and reveals that Max Payne has been the framed suspect of his murder.
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|Row 3 info = [[The Blood Veins of New York]]}}[[Max Payne (character)|Max]] returns to [[Jack Lupino]]'s Hotel where he was assigned to determine the whereabouts of Jack Lupino. He immediately runs into [[the Finito Brothers]] who have discovered that Max has arrived at the hotel and is now part of the D.A., Max in turn eliminates the Finito Brothers. After eliminating the Finito Brothers, Max notices a letter on the desk that mentions about partnerships involving [[Valkyr]] between Vinnie Gognitti, Rico Muerte, and several other mafia members, further reading the letter, Max discovers that [[Rico Muerte]] is actually residing at the hotel, the Finito Brothers happened to be generous enough to make the mistake of writing the room number that Rico Muerte was staying in on the note's margin ("313"). Max then hears a trio of mafia members come to the door worrying that the Finito Brothers were in trouble. After eliminating the thugs Max walks down the stairs and happens to discover some rather sad news on a radio - the mayor has addressed that Valkyr has become a clear threat, and that drastic measures must be taken. The broadcast also mentions [[Alex Balder]]'s death and reveals that Max Payne has been the framed suspect of his murder.
   
After frantically searching the hotel, Max finally discovered Rico Muerte's hotel room, armed with a shotgun trap attached to the room's door, Max also finds a letter mentioning more activity about Valkyr that left Max puzzled to where he believes that Jack Lupino is indeed the primary enemy. After traversing through several hallways and rooms, Max discovers a diary in one of the rooms that belonged to a hooker name [[Candy Dawn]] and further readings reveal that "the mystery hag" has been paying her to secretly film her and [[Alfred Woden]] together.
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After frantically searching the hotel, Max finally discovered Rico Muerte's hotel room, armed with a shotgun trap attached to the room's door. Max also finds a letter mentioning more activity about Valkyr that left Max puzzled to where he believes that Jack Lupino is indeed the primary enemy. After traversing through several hallways and rooms, Max discovers a diary in one of the rooms that belonged to a hooker name [[Candy Dawn]] and further readings reveal that "the mystery hag" has been paying her to secretly film her and [[Alfred Woden]] together.
   
Max leaves the room and traverses through a few more hallways to find a trio of mafia thugs guarding an elevator, Max eliminates the thugs and enters the elevator which proceeds to Chapter Four: [[The Blood Veins of New York]]
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Max leaves the room and traverses through a few more hallways to find a trio of mafia thugs guarding an elevator. Max eliminates the thugs, and enters the elevator which proceeds to Chapter Four: [[The Blood Veins of New York|The Blood Veins of New York.]]
   
 
==PS2/Xbox==
 
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*[[Valkyr Junkies|Valkyr Junkies ]]
 
*[[Valkyr Junkies|Valkyr Junkies ]]
 
==Trivia==
 
==Trivia==
*Past Muerte's room there's a busted up wooden door which can be shot through. Once inside climb out onto the ledge and walk across to the next room. Inside is a dead body nailed to the floor, along with some [[Molotov Cocktail|molotovs]] and some [[painkillers]].
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*Past Muerte's room there's a busted up wooden door which can be shot through. Once inside climb out onto the ledge and walk across to the next room. Inside is a dead body nailed to the floor, along with some [[Molotov Cocktail|molotovs]] and some [[painkillers]]. This "murder" says "Buff" which is most likely a reference to Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
 
*Coincidentally, "the mystery hag" mentioned in [[Candy Dawn]]'s diary is later revealed as [[Nicole Horne]], who used her to blackmail [[Alfred Woden]].
 
*Coincidentally, "the mystery hag" mentioned in [[Candy Dawn]]'s diary is later revealed as [[Nicole Horne]], who used her to blackmail [[Alfred Woden]].
 
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Revision as of 15:31, January 21, 2011

Template:InfoboxMax returns to Jack Lupino's Hotel where he was assigned to determine the whereabouts of Jack Lupino. He immediately runs into the Finito Brothers who have discovered that Max has arrived at the hotel and is now part of the D.A., Max in turn eliminates the Finito Brothers. After eliminating the Finito Brothers, Max notices a letter on the desk that mentions about partnerships involving Valkyr between Vinnie Gognitti, Rico Muerte, and several other mafia members, further reading the letter, Max discovers that Rico Muerte is actually residing at the hotel, the Finito Brothers happened to be generous enough to make the mistake of writing the room number that Rico Muerte was staying in on the note's margin ("313"). Max then hears a trio of mafia members come to the door worrying that the Finito Brothers were in trouble. After eliminating the thugs Max walks down the stairs and happens to discover some rather sad news on a radio - the mayor has addressed that Valkyr has become a clear threat, and that drastic measures must be taken. The broadcast also mentions Alex Balder's death and reveals that Max Payne has been the framed suspect of his murder.

After frantically searching the hotel, Max finally discovered Rico Muerte's hotel room, armed with a shotgun trap attached to the room's door. Max also finds a letter mentioning more activity about Valkyr that left Max puzzled to where he believes that Jack Lupino is indeed the primary enemy. After traversing through several hallways and rooms, Max discovers a diary in one of the rooms that belonged to a hooker name Candy Dawn and further readings reveal that "the mystery hag" has been paying her to secretly film her and Alfred Woden together.

Max leaves the room and traverses through a few more hallways to find a trio of mafia thugs guarding an elevator. Max eliminates the thugs, and enters the elevator which proceeds to Chapter Four: The Blood Veins of New York.

PS2/Xbox

On the PS2/Xbox version, this level is divided up into three levels: Playing It Bogart, Without Warning and A Few Hundred Bullets Back.

Enemies Encountered

Trivia

  • Past Muerte's room there's a busted up wooden door which can be shot through. Once inside climb out onto the ledge and walk across to the next room. Inside is a dead body nailed to the floor, along with some molotovs and some painkillers. This "murder" says "Buff" which is most likely a reference to Buffy the Vampire Slayer.
  • Coincidentally, "the mystery hag" mentioned in Candy Dawn's diary is later revealed as Nicole Horne, who used her to blackmail Alfred Woden.
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