L.A. Noire – Rockstar Games

L.A. Noire - Rockstar Games
Developer : Team Bondi
Publisher : Rockstar Games
Genre : Fighting
Format : DVD
Platform : Xbox 360
Players : 1
Locale Language : nl
Release Date : 17/05/2011
UPC : 0710425398032
Features : Solve a variety of cases across the desks of Patrol, Traffic, Homicide and Arson.Search crime scenes for clues, question witnesses and interrogate suspects as you search for the truth in each case.Use your wits to analyze suspect's behavior and separate the truth from the lies.Experience a stunningly accurate block-by-block recreation of 8 sq. miles of 1947 L.A.Solve brutal crimes, plots and conspiracies inspired by real crimes from 1947 Los Angeles, one of the most corrupt and violent times in L.A. history.
Amid the post-war boom of Hollywood's Golden Age, newly minted detective Cole Phelps is thrown headfirst into a city drowning in violence and corruption. Utilizing groundbreaking new technology that captures an actor's facial performance in astonishing detail, L.A. Noire is a violent crime thriller that blends breathtaking action with true detective work to deliver an unprecedented interactive experience. Interrogate witnesses, search for clues and chase down suspects as you struggle to find the truth in a city where everyone has something to hide.

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Captivating & Well Thought Out May 17, 2011

By DMK

L.A. Noire is a very good game for the gamer that likes to be analytical, gather clues, and figure things out. It’s slow paced, as police work usually is, but it’s also very rewarding. The Motion Scan technology in this game is fantastic, and I see it being built upon for future releases of completely different games. The ability to read an actors expression is certainly pushing a new paradigm in games that just hasn’t been executed before with any success. Team Bondi delivers here.

The story in this game isn’t something new. Allowing the user to be the police officer, and a good one, is for the most part new. There is almost an RPG like feel to the game, with long dialog while you’re interrogating people. This may come off as boring to some, but I assure you the scenes aren’t just fillers. They’re fun, interesting, integral parts of the whole story.

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