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L.A. Noire

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L.A. Noire

Adventure Classic Gaming
10 February 2012
  • Excerpt: As a game, L.A. Noire—developed by Team Bondi (in collaboration with Rockstar Leeds) and published by Rockstar Games in 2011—is an intriguing combination of the popular Grand Theft Auto series formula and traditional point-and-click adventure game mechanics. While there are plenty of intense shooting, driving, chasing, and fighting sequences throughout the game, the player must also solve logic puzzles, interrogate suspects, and pore over crime scenes.
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L.A. Noire Review

Tekgoblin
2 December 2011
  • Excerpt: Charlie Broker referred to L.A. Noire as “the triumphant return of the adventure game,” but is that really a good thing? L.A. Noire is a modernized adventure game set in 1940’s Los Angeles.  The narrative is told in three interwoven parts: war hero Cole Phelps’ rise through the LAPD, memory flashes from the Battle of Okinawa, and the behind-the-scenes actions of one of his ex-comrades told through collectible newspapers.
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L.A. Noire The Complete Edition

DarkStation
23 November 2011
  • Conclusion: The PC version of L.A. Noire may have some minor flaws but the inclusion of the DLC and just the fact that this game is incredible is enough to justify picking up this package. The problem is with it coming so late in the year and so long after the games console launch it’s hard to recommend this game to anyone other than anyone who hasn’t played the game yet.
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L.A. Noire: The Complete Edition Review

GameSpot
23 November 2011
  • Excerpt: What awaits Cole Phelps at the next crime scene? Will it be a couple of hopheads who overdosed on morphine and are now on the midnight train to nowhere? Or maybe a young lady whose dreams of Hollywood stardom were chewed up and spit out by the studios and who now lies naked in a park, the victim of a brutal murder? L.A. Noire confronts you with these sad situations and many more.
  • Pros: Authentic and outstanding 1940's style and atmosphere, Solid performances and good use of motion capture, Compelling investigation and interrogation mechanics, Memorable noir story, Some great shoot-outs and action sequences that make use of real LA locations
  • Cons: Early investigations are very limited, Disconnection between cases leads to jarring moments, Some restrictions during pursuits and shoot-outs feel artificial
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Overall 9
9.2

L.A. Noire: The Complete Edition

Game Over Online
18 November 2011
  • Excerpt: For the most part, video games are simply a way to relax and kill time. The good ones will challenge you intellectually, the great ones will stick in your mind forever. But when all is said and done, the vast majority of games end up being tools of procrastination or escapism. Every so often, though, a game will come along that does something so new and interesting, it gives you that same feeling of awe and wonder that you had as a kid when everything was an exciting...
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Overall 9
9.0

L.A. Noire Review

Softpedia
6 November 2011
  • Summary: Story
  • Pros: +Great investigation gameplay, +Impressive graphics and realistic faces, +Doesn't punish failure
  • Cons: -Story falls short in the end, -Problematic controls during chases, -Dumb A.I. in traffic
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Overall 7
6.8

L.A. Noire (PS3)

ccgr.org
4 November 2011
  • Excerpt: Team Bondi's detective game, L. A. Noire, is remarkable when it comes to its groundbreaking visuals and character models. However, it's not so impressive when it comes to violence and language.
  • Pros: Excellent graphics and character animations.
  • Cons: Overly violent.
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PlayStation 3 Game Review: L.A. Noire

Gear Diary
28 October 2011

Review: L.A. Noire (Microsoft Xbox 360)

Diehard GameFAN
19 October 2011
  • Summary: : L.A. Noire is another excellent product from Rockstar and an excellent first shot for Team Bondi, as it combines the sorts of mechanics we expect from Rockstar titles into a crime drama with adventure game elements that, while not perfect, is immensely enjoyable and well worth playing. The storyline, while populated with unlikable characters and occasionally disjointed narratives, is exceptionally well written and enjoyable to play through.
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L.A. Noire PC Review

True PC gaming
18 October 2011
  • Summary: If you’re an adventure game fan with a computer good enough to run the game then, yes, even with its flaws, L.A. Noire is worth the money. It’s the most modern and progressive adventure I’ve ever played, and it really needs to be experienced by anyone who considers themselves to be a connoisseur the genre. There are a few action sequences that can get annoying, but those are skippable and don’t pose much of a problem in the long run.
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