L.A. Noire: review

L.A. Noire: review

May 27, 2011

Format: 360 (version reviewed), PS3 Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Rockstar Games Developer: Team Bondi Players: 1 Site: http://www.rockstargames.com/lanoire/ With the backing of Rockstar, Australian developer Team Bondi set out to make a different kind of game. Drawing from stylistic detective and gangster movies of yesteryear and boasting revolutionary...

L.A. Noire DLC news next week

L.A. Noire DLC news next week

May 26, 2011

Love it or hate it, L.A. Noire has been a runaway success. As with any big game nowadays – or so it seems – DLC had been announced/leaked before it even hit shelves. Now, there’s more news on L.A. Noire DLC! Um, sort of. Rockstar recently tweeted that people should expect news on the DLC to come next week. So… this is news about news about news...

Rockstar respond to L.A. Noire crashes

Rockstar respond to L.A. Noire crashes

May 20, 2011

The most impressive thing about L.A. Noire when you watch or play it for the first time is undoubtedly the remarkable facial animation. An unspecified number of people have been pulling some interesting faces themselves, as they find that their PS3 or Xbox 360 experiences problems when trying to run Rockstar’s latest title. In all fairness, the response to...

See L.A. Noire’s First Real Gameplay Trailer

See L.A. Noire’s First Real Gameplay Trailer

Feb 9, 2011

With the release of Rockstar’s L.A. Noire getting closer, it seems it’s time for awkward trailer-voice guy to make his return. Much like the trailers that led up to the release of Red Dead Redemption, this new gameplay trailer plays like a stiff business presentation – though the footage speaks for itself. The trailer shows the basic gameplay...

World’s first L.A. Noire trailer

World’s first L.A. Noire trailer

Nov 11, 2010

The first L.A. Noire trailer has finally shown its face and gives us plenty of good cop, bad cop detective work in Rockstar’s latest and relatively unknown project. The game, set in a 1940s re-created Los Angeles, gives players the challenge of solving murders, old school style. It certainly looks to take a slightly less glamorous approach than CSI...