Max Payne 1 and 2 were both very iconic third person shooters that defined a certain era of gaming.
Years later Rockstar released Max Payne 3 and it was a divisive title where a lot of people weren't happy with the mechanics, the tone, or the story. The removal of New York City which helped to define the titular character was a big deal and Max's drastic change in appearance was not welcome by most. Shooting also diverged from the more arcady roots with a more grounded feel. Admittedly one had to spend a while with the new engine to fully appreciate or even understand how it worked which meant a lot of people bounced off early on. There was weight to all movement that simply wasn't there before.
All that said, lets say hypothetically Rockstar were to release a new Max Payne in 2019, what direction would you want that game to go?
Should they expand on the existing framework from Max Payne 3 and also carry on that narrative? Or should they start from scratch and reboot the series in the way Crystal Dynamics revitalized Tomb Raider by introducing a lot more elements to the core formula?