Summary: So far I like the game...but it's not really grabbing me. The interrogations are a little frustrating, you always feel like you're missing something but you can't tell after it's over and it tells you did something wrong. Driving around the city makes you want to obey the traffic laws for once in a video game, and rewards you for doing so--but to do so means waiting at more red lights than I've ever waited for in real life.
Summary: I am enjoying L.A. Noire: The Complete Edition but I find my enjoyment hindered by the 'truth/doubt/lie detection' system (tdlds). I feel the tdlds in this game is a commendable first attempt at doing something like this in a video game but I feel there should have been better explanation of how to tell when someone is lying versus when you doubt them. As it is now, I feel cheated whenever I get a question wrong.