Summary: Rock star has made many great games, and this game is ok too but the problem is that this is not a game, yes the main gameplay is choosing what to say to a person but the fact of the matter is the gameplay is broken because it does not matter what you say, the story will still go on and you will still reach the end even if you dont even listen to the story. So it fails on being a game.
Summary: At first this game was really fun and i enjoyed it but then it just kept repeating it self like every other crime scene investigation i don't like it very much it gets really boring the only thing i enjoyed was the crime stories and the way they set up the game but making the game repeat its self like every mission is so not my thing ... just wish it was different..also it feels like its a never ending game.
A neat spin from Rockstar. Better off sticking with GTA.
27 December 2011
Summary: L.A. Noire is an intellectual's version of Grand Theft Auto. It puts you into the sandbox environment, and instead of encouraging you to commit crimes, you are busy stopping them. For a majority of the game you are going to be spending your time trans versing the city of Los Angeles. The sheer size of the city in the game is impressive, for about 15 minutes. Once the novelty of the city size is gone, travel in the game is completely troublesome and boring.