It's looking like the original Max Payne will be getting the PS2 Classic treatment on PS4, according to an ESRB listing.
The original Max Payne game is available to download from the EU PlayStation Store from today. The PlayStation 2 Classic will cost £7.99, and launches ahead of Rockstar's threequel later this month.
Free downloads of side-scrolling arena dust-up Awesomenauts and PlayStation 2 classic Max Payne headline May's PlayStation Plus content.
Subscribers to Sony's premium service can download both Remedy's original Payne romp and Ronimo's colourful follow-up to highly-regarded RTS Swords & Soldiers from 2nd May.
You can also grab eight casual titles from developer Tik Games free of charge until 4th July, including Hamsterball and Mushroom Wars.
Max Payne creator Remedy Entertainment has praised Rockstar's upcoming take on the series, and said Max Payne 3 looks "brilliant".
Rockstar Games has announces a HD version of the first Max Payne game for mobiles.
The GTA maker did not specify which mobile devices are targeted, or when the game will launch.
Max Payne on mobile will connect to the Rockstar Games Social Club and include the same features as its PC counterparts, Rockstar said.
Microsoft has added Max Payne 1 & 2 to Xbox Live Originals.
Max Payne and Max Payne 2 may be on their way to 360 courtesy of Xbox Originals, judging by an ESRB posting dug up by Destructoid.
Scott Miller, producer of the Max Payne videogame, has voiced first his bewilderment at the movie adaptation starring Mark Wahlberg, and then, er, his pride in it.
Critics have sullied what appears on paper to be a successful opening weekend for the Max Payne film.
Hollywood actor Mark Wahlberg says Max Payne is his "favourite role so far".
Beau Bridges, star of Stargate SG-1, The Fabulous Baker Boys and being Jeff Bridges' brother, has signed up to appear in the forthcoming Max Payne movie.
A new shot of Mark Wahlberg in his role as Max Payne has appeared over on Dark Zero.
Twentieth Century Fox has approached Mark Wahlberg to star in its Max Payne film, according to a report.
Hollywood producer Scott Faye has confirmed that the big screen adaptations of Max Payne and Alice are still on track and are coming along nicely, thank you.
It's been four years since developer Remedy first announced that Max Payne was getting an adventure on the big screen - and since then, we've heard nothing.
But now the project is back on track, according to the Hollywood Reporter, which says 20th Century Fox is working with Collision Entertainment and Firm Films to produce Max Payne: the movie.
There's no word on who's set to star or who will direct the film, but apparently it'll be a Dirty Harry-style movie with a storyline that will focus on Max's history and origins.