The great thing about Max Payne 3's multiplayer is that, after a match, you get some interesting statistics on how you and your competition played. Among these statistics is a cardboard cutout with bullet holes, which models where your shots tend to land. I assume this is so players can work on their headshots and accuracy. For me, it's a great piece of evidence for why I should never handle a firearm in real life.
This game is fun.