- L.A. Noire
- Sub Genre:
- Release Date (US):
- May 17th, 2011
- Release Date (UK):
- May 20th, 2011
- Online Players:
- Team Bondi
- Rockstar Games
- M [Mature]
- PSU Rank:
- 211 of 1167 Games
- PSU Rank on PS3:
- 184 of 0 Games
- Additional Information:
- Also available on Xbox 360.
About L.A. Noire
Set amid the violence and corruption of post-World War II Los Angeles, L.A. Noire is a crime thriller that seamlessly blends crime-solving, clue-finding, car chases and shoot-outs with revolutionary new interrogation-based gameplay that will allow players to read characters' emotions in order to reveal the truth. Players will take on the role of Cole Phelps, a decorated war veteran, who rises through the ranks of the LAPD by solving a series of gruesome murders and other crimes that bring him face-to-face with the dark heart of Los Angeles during Hollywood's Golden Age.
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L.A. Noire's intriguing character profile, deep interrogation and investigation system, and impeccably detailed facial technology puts this detective thriller in a class of its own.
- L.A. is highly detailed, atmospheric
- Terrific casting, motionscan technology
- Compelling character profile and narrative
- Some cases are slightly disjointed
- Control issues occasionally hinder action sequences
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L.A. Noire News
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