A trailer for Payday: The Heist, a first-shooter that lets players take on the role of bank robbers.
E3 2011 Payday the Heist trailer
E3 2011: Payday The Heist gameplay video
Bust through the panic room and make off with the loot in Payday: The Heist.
PAYDAY: The Heist - Panic Room trailer
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Today, we've got details on Microsoft's Xbox 720 and tablet plans, a trailer for the upcoming PayDay: The Heist/Left 4 Dead crossover, and news of a Draw Something TV show?!
Payday: The Heist review. Classic Game Room presents a CGRundertow review of Payday: The Heist, a downloadable game on the PlayStation Network from Overkill Software and Sony for the PlayStation 3. Payday: The Heist is a first person shooter similar to games like Left 4 Dead. It's designed specifically for the multiplayer setting, and although it does have a few issues, they vanish like thieves in the black of night when you play it with friends. You play as your choice of four villains, and spoiler alert, they're planning a heist. In each of the game's six missions, you get to lead and coordinate the team during their illicit activities. Whether you're piecing together a bank robbery or breaking someone out of the slammer, the game feels genuinely frantic, especially in multiplayer. The game lacks polish, but when you play Payday the way it's meant to be played, it's really hard to not have fun with it. This video review features video gameplay footage of Payday: The Heist for the PlayStation 3 and audio commentary from Classic Game Room's Derek.
After being totally impressed by Pay Day: The Heist, Max is interviewing Ulf Andersson of Overkill Software to find out just where this game came from. We find out more about all the different heist options in the game and where the inspiration came from.
All this game is missing is Al Pacino, Val Kilmer and Robert De Niro.
So much gunfire when they could probably resolve the issue with a good conversation.
Heavily armed clowns are much scarier than unarmed ones.
This one takes place in a meat house, so it's extra juicy.
This one is filled with bullets and streets.