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Rockstar Games leaves the GTA a little aside and makes LA Noire a game that you control a Police Officer that in the course of the game becomes a Detective, well the game is excellent, it has incredible facial expressions, one of the best of all time, graphics Beautiful, and an excellent storyline, every case that you participate has great history, and needs to make great exploration, the game does not get boring, but there are some cases that are very boring, and the gameplay is well caught, especially in the car, The game is an open world, but it should not be, it's a dead world, it does not compare with other GTA or Red Dead Redemption games, the characters are interesting, and the end of the game is good, another great Rockstar game , Well worth it.
Awesome game from a story/adventure perspective and just the way it recreates a by gone era even if it feels empty and stark once you start to stray from the beaten path. The gameplay can be hit or miss but overall it's worth playing and putitng up with its quirks because at the core it's something that deserves to be experienced.
LA Noire is an excellent attempt in providing a truly detective experience, all thanks to new technology implemented by Rockstar that allows NPC to have facial animation which later must be read by the player in order to guess if the interrogated person is lying or not. Overall fun experience.
I played this game on my Xbox 360, but I assume it is the same game. I found this game entertaining and played it non-stop for quite some time. I really enjoyed the interviewing/interrogation part of witnesses and suspects, digging up information and calling out lies. And then poking around on crime scenes finding clues, this suited my play style to find everything available. The game is set in 1947, so everyone is cool and you get to feel like a badass detective.
Two things pop out at you when you first play the game: the time setting and the open world. The environment and city setting is build upon the late 1940s, and you can really see the detail everywhere, from the type of cars, to even the houses. Yes, with Rockstar Studios creating the game, it is an open-world game, allowing you to explore the big city. Even though it may seem like a GTA game, the detective gameplay really does work. From investigating crime scenes to find clues, interrogating witnesses, and arresting the suspected murder. One downside is that during the interrogations, I found it hard for some people to see if they're lying, telling the truth, etc.
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