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9.1 out of 10

L.A. Noire

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Overall 6
6.0

L.A. Noire: A Slip of the Tongue

Gamer Limit
12 June 2011
  • Excerpt: Cole Phelps is at it again – this time, with another DLC case. Taking him back to his earlier years as a traffic detective, with partner Stefan, A Slip of the Tongue will involve as much mystery, intrigue, and degeneration a traffic case can possibly involve (hint: not much).
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Overall 6
6.0

L.A. Noire: The Naked City

Thunderbolt Games
4 June 2011
  • Excerpt: Transplanted from the middle of L.A. Noire’s plot, The Naked City is a letdown. But as a downloadable case for what essentially amounts to an action-packed adventure game, it’s also very solid and representative of the way the retail version feels. Most of the action sequences and other gameplay types are represented. There are investigations, car and on-foot chases, and a handful of interrogation outcomes.
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Overall 6
6.0
Gameplay 5
5.0
Functionality 6
6.0
Appearance 6
6.0
Lastability 5
5.0

L.A. Noire

Cheat Happens
3 June 2011
  • Excerpt: Reviewers by nature are known for hyperbole. It seems like every game, movie and album is “fantastic” and the “best thing ever.” As a personal rule, I try not to use these words very often. I say this not as some weird form of bravado, but to make sure you know that I mean this next statement whole heartedly.
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Overall 6
6.0

L.A. Noire

Thunderbolt Games
28 May 2011
  • Excerpt: L.A. Noire ’s hype focused on its heavily-touted presentation. Using cutting-edge motion capture technology, Team Bondi hired a team of professional actors to star in an adventure game heralded before release as unrivaled and unlike anything that had come before. 1940’s LA was painstakingly recreated, giving players a game world grounded in reality as they solved grizzly drug crimes, serial killings and the occasional bit of arson. Like a Siren, L.A.
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Overall 6
6.0

L.A. Noire

Thunderbolt Games
24 May 2011
  • Excerpt: L.A. Noire ’s hype focused on its heavily-touted presentation. Using cutting-edge motion capture technology, Team Bondi hired a team of professional actors to star in an adventure game heralded before release as unrivaled and unlike anything that had come before. 1940’s LA was painstakingly recreated, giving players a game world grounded in reality as they solved grizzly drug crimes, serial killings and the occasional bit of arson. Like a Siren, L.A.
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Overall 5
5.0

L.A. Noire review (X360)

HonestGamers
19 May 2011
  • Excerpt: is a bad guessing game in which you have to decide whether people are lying and which bits of evidence from your inventory confirm the lie. It's all very vague, and you'll feel like quite the schmuck when you're sure you've cornered a suspect, only to realize that the game's writer was on a different page. Not that it matters, which is a terrible thing to say about core gameplay.
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Overall 6
6.0

L.A. Noire - Nicholson Electroplating Recensione

Eurogamer
11 July 2011