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Max Payne--Crosshair?


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I stumbled on an awesome vein of Mac games at Half Price Books in Arlington Texas.

I got Neverwinter Nights, Bloodrayne, Undying, Alice, Elite Force II, Space Colony and Max Payne... new in the box for less than $5 each.

Anyway...I'm trying to play Max Payne and I can't figure out how to turn on the crosshair.

Any help?
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