Besides the dramatic overtones, lonesome cowboy murder music, and spine tingling neck snapping there's not a lot that we can call gameplay coming out of this Max Max debut gamplay trailer.
We get to see a bit of vehicular manslaughter and some gruesome hand-to-hand but we'd really like to see some more obvious player controlled action.
Originally planned as a video game tie-in for the upcoming Mad Max: Fury Road staring Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron, it seems that the game is going off it isn't own direction these days after developers announced that they would add Australian voice actors to replace the originally debuted gruff American accents.
The open-world release from Avalanche Studios is set to drop with the film tie-in sometime next year on PS4, Xbox One, PC, PS3 and Xbox 360; not soon enough.
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