Summary: Looking for non-stop action adventure and pulse pounding thrills? DON'T BUY THIS GAME! If you're looking for a game where you use your brains, and you don't carry an incredible arsenal of firepower, this is the game for you. This is a detective game. You look for clues, question witnesses and other persons of interest and you solve crimes. Yes, there's a fair amount of shooting, but Call of Duty this ain't.
Summary: I usually HATE games that are not online games, mostly games like COD black ops, splinter cell, ETC. Since I have been deployed this is a great game to kill time. Good game overall, great storyline, graphics, and gameplay.
Summary: I am not going to repeat what everyone has said in previous reviews. L.A. Noire is an excellent game. The gameplay, storyline, graphics, and setting work very well. Pros: Gameplay- driving, shooting, investigations, car variety... Cons: NO MULTIPLAYER and limited replay (if you missed anything you can go back to individual missions) (Some others have had issues with their Xbox freezing, which mine does at least every other time I play this game)
Summary: super cool game if you have ever wondered what its like to be a cop,good or bad,you really gotta get this game.good graphics,great detective work,driving graphics rock,I just love this game give it a try you wont be disappointed.
Summary: What's Good: -You get to play in 4 different departments (Traffic/Homicide/Vice/Arson), so you learn a lot -Detail on faces helps bring out a lot of the characters emotions -If you love this time period ('40s, Hollywood, Suits/Fedoras, White Walls, etc.) - you'll love this game. There's a lot of eye candy to go around.
Summary: this game is creative and something a little different but it lacks a great story. its not bad, but in games like these a nice story is required. the flashbacks about him in ww2 are cool and the dispatch call are a nice thing to add but what's really not so terrific about this is that it just gets a little boring sometimes.
Summary: "L.A. Noire" is a very involved investigation style game that will be best enjoyed by players that have patience to let the story develop and like solving mysteries. While there are a few "action" elements where there are shootouts and fistfights, these are somewhat cumbersomely implemented and difficult to master. The real value of the game is in the in-depth look into to 1940's L.A., complete with an amazingly detailed city to explore.
Summary: Rockstar is usually known for their work on popular sandbox games and for turning the genre into what it is with the Grand Theft Auto series. With LA Noire, Rockstar takes a backseat to Team Bondi in development, and they put out a title that doesn’t quite make good use of its fantastic setting, but is still a fun and incredibly well written game that explores the seedy underbelly of 1947 Los Angeles.