Detective Work at it's best
LA noire is a unique game, as it blends detective work and gunfights and chase scenes into one. As Cole Phelps, you must slowly solve many different crime scenes using realistic detective actions and puzzles. When you start of a case, you drive to the crime scene with your partner, (who helps you along the way solving the mysteries and integrating suspects.) You take a look around, finding all the evidence before moving to the next location, which could be a suspect's house or apartment. Once you get there, you look around for any evidence that could be hiding in their house, then after that, you must ask the suspect some questions. This is one of the good parts, as you will have to identify if the suspect is lying, telling the truth or if you should doubt them. You have to really pay attention to their expressions, (this is where I usually get fooled.) Or none of this could happen and you will have to chase the suspect (chase scenes are the best in this) either in vehicles or by foot, also chases can lead into a fist fight. On top of the impressive story line, there is side missions. They can either be gunfights, chases.etc An interesting fact for this game is that the face expressions and movements for integrations were filmed on camera from actual people and put in the game, and every detail from an eye twitch to a smirk can be seen, giving it a cinematic kind of feeling.
This game was astounding. Rock Star did a great job. Great price too! Gamers need to buy this game for a great time.
The story mode and the graphics are amazing in this game, but you really have to be patient when you are playing. L.A. Noire isn't like Rockstars regular games like Grand Theft Auto but it has its own style. No killing civilians or running away from cops. YOU ARE THE COP!!!!!!
play game more then once
I would play this game about more the 2 times if i wanted to so you must play this game or you be :(
this game was great, at first. its the same thing over and over!just play one mission and u pretty mutch have played them all, of course the missions are fun but get boreing and the game adds a twist that just ruins half the game.
i love this game it's an excellent fun game.
an excellent fun game that is very creative and awesome in the story mode. I really love it when you can chase bad guys around and beat them up to tell you stuff you need to know/
This game was a definite edge of your seat, thinking about what is going on game. I totally recommend this game to anyone who wants to be apart of the game.
I picked up LA Noire from my local flea market for about 17 bucks not really knowing what to expect. However what I got was game a game that feels like if Grand Theft Auto met CSI. The basic storyline of the game is that you are LAPD cop Cole Phelps who, in 1940's Los Angeles, starts solving more and more complex murder cases through crime scene investigation and interrogation techniques. As you solve more cases you get promoted to a higher level of management within the department. The graphics within the game are fantastic, however when looking at clues in partial sunlight you can see some pixelation, and maybe some weird render errors here and there, but overall the graphics are wonderful. The gameplay is great too, however it does get a little stale after 8 or 9 cases but it still is fun and provides great entertainment value. The sound in game is wonderful and the voice acting is the greatest I've ever seen in a video game. Plus you have the authentic 1940's music to boot. The lasting appeal of LA Noire I gave a lower score than the rest because I bet once you beat the game once or twice and you start memorizing the answers to the cases it most likely would get stale. Overall, LA Noire is a must have for your gaming library and I strongly recommend you go pick it up at your local game store.
Not sure what the fuss is all about
After going back and forth about getting this game for quite a while I finally bit the bullet and picked it up. While this game has fantastic graphics that is all I found to be outstanding about it. The characters, while all well done seem to come right out of the movie L.A. Confidential and so do so many of the stories you will play through. Truth be told I hated the main character and wanted to smack him. Something about him is as annoying as nails on a blackboard. The game is 3 disks but it does not take you long to get through it and unless you are as dumb as a bag of hammers you know what is going to happen and who did it without having to really work the cases that much. The game is ok and I know there are those out there that will love it but I found it to be a letdown after all the hype that been associated with it.
Why L.A. Noire is a great game.
If you are someone that would want to play as a detective in the 1940s, this is the game for you! This game is based on true crimes in Los Angeles, CA. You play as a very clever detective named Cole Phelps. This is a very great game!