I'm not really sure that's how you play Max Payne.
Someone who's in a "Rockstar Social Club" definitely wants to be played that way!
However, sometimes emails for password resets are delayed a day...I don't know why, the internet is a temperamental bitch.
Since the whole Club-thing seems to be inoperative, I was already prepared to get no mail. If login and registration don't work, why should the password reset work? It's just that it's Rockstar again... I didn't have a lot of problems with DRM in my life. Games for Windows Live didn't work on one occasion, which meant I couldn't save my offline game (awesome...) and my antivir thought the Blizzard-launcher (or whatever this thing that comes with Starcraft 2 is called) was a trojan horse. That's it, more or less. And then there's Rockstar...
I had the "drunken cam" on GTA IV a couple of times. One of those funny copy protection systems that makes pirate's games unplayable. Just that I'm not a pirate. I can't remember how many layers of DRM the Steam version of GTA IV has (was it 3?), but they all failed to tell the game that I'm a paying customer and not a pirate. And now this. You can't even quit the game at this point. You're in a "Press Enter" menu which leads to the Social Club login. There's no Exit button. I had to close the game via task manager.
Gnah! Sorry, but Rockstar's DRM is just too much. I have three modern-ish Rockstar games (GTA IV, L.A. Noire and Max Payne 3) and two of them prevented me from playing, because one of their countless DRM systems doesn't work. How can they sell this shit? They brake their games deliberately... That's just beond me.
One client? Yeah, okay, have your DRM. If it makes you sleep better... But this? I better get some booze and calm down before I go Yippie-Kay-Yay in Rockstar HQ...