Summary: To start off, I had so much hope that this game would blow gamers away but I was wrong. Don't get me wrong though, it's fun at first. The investigations are pretty cool and the whole investigation portion of the games are also great but let's face it.
Summary: L.A. Noire is worth your money, but let me make this clear to any newcomers: it's not a sandbox game like GTA and Red Dead Redemption AT ALL. Yeah, you can drive any where you want, but there is very little incentive to do so.
Summary: This is an excellent game from 2011 and a sleeper title to some extent. While Rock Star games has great franchises and have been risk takes before, this is definitely something new to a world of crowed sequels, prequels, and rehashes the video game industry has been producing.
Summary: Yea kept giving me the same cases got kind of boring after awhile its a game you really have to be into to find the fun in it and the free roam well think about it. YOUR A COP. COPS LIVE BY RULES. Simple you cannot cycle through your weapons or walk around in em.
Summary: Reefer Madness is yet another expansion to the seedy crime world of LA Noire. However, Reefer Madness is a lot weaker than it's other expansions. The add-on is all together too short. The story, which has always been the selling point of L.A. Noire, is thin. Though, the add-on has bright spots.
Summary: Definitely not the best DLC for the game, but it is a unique one. As soon as the DLC opens up, there's an explosion from the start. Fearing it's the Russians, Cole and Herschel Biggs race to the mushroom cloud. When you arrive, the place is a mess.
Revolutionary in some areas and a step back in others
A. Son, Amazon
3 July 2011
Summary: If you're the type to skip through cutscenes and don't care about having a purpose to what you're doing in a game, don't bother reading any further and don't bother playing this game. L.A. Noire is a captivating drama with intriguing plots and amazing characterization. L.A.
Summary: The Good: LA Noire's plot-based game finally offers a change from the usual shoot 'em ups and sports games. "LA Confidential" and "Mulholland Falls" make such good movies to illustrate the early postwar scene of LA and this game does the same thing.
Summary: [Update]I'm currently doing a series of "Black Dahlia" cases. Each case relates to another, and I'm liking the progress. Cons: -If you're looking for a mindless shooter like Rockstar's other installments, you're out of luck; you're the good guys this time (no territory wars or money here).
Its a great game, superior graphics, sometimes cases can get repetitive
Mauricio Gracia, Amazon
3 July 2011
Summary: I have been playing this game for many ..many hours. The evolution of the character from "basic cop" to "homicide detective" is very well done. I have not finished this game, but I'm pretty sure that I'm near the end.