The lights are on
Not to blow your mind or anything, but the newly revealed box art for Rockstar's upcoming detective story appears specifically designed to show off both the title's grittiness and the unique style of the booming City of Angels during the 1940s.I know that companies can't use any ESRB logo other than the "RP" that's on the box until the title is formally done with the ESRB rating process, but I still find the concept that a Rockstar game about murder would be anything but "Mature" rated hilarious.L.A. Noire uses breakthrough facial animation technology to feature unprecedented humanlike faces. The gameplay is built around investigating a series of crimes by finding clues, interviewing witnesses, and putting together a case that will hang together in front of a jury.L.A. Noire releases for Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 on May 17.
I always love Rockstars artwork
Can't wait for this to come out.
Looks Good Cant Wait To Play It.
"Not to blow your mind or anything, but..." LOL! The cover looks great! I like it. Rockstar never seems to dissappoint with their covers. :)
it could be better than this.. not bad.. but so "standard"
Searching murder scenes in the under the radar series Condemned: Criminal Origins and it's sequel Bloodshot was my favorite part of that title. The CSI-esque segments were what I looked forward to in a game with lackluster and formulaic fights and a ridiculous plot.
I game with this mechanic as the focal point is definitely a departure from typical Rockstar fare but I'm sure they will instill their brand of Americana satire and criticism. The new tech for facial animations should produce more convincing interactions which is immensely important in what I'm sure will be a dialogue heavy title.
Looking forward to this title, Rockstar has never disappointed me and I can't wait to be wowed by the new technology.