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A flawed, but ambitious open world experience
on September 27, 2012 at 09:02 PM
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...
on August 17, 2012 at 10:19 PM
Beginning in 1948 in the city of Los Angeles, L.A. Noire takes a look at the world of cops during the post-World War II era. The star of the game, Cole Phelps, is a war veteran who decided to join the force to protect the people he believes need protecting. Him and his numerous partners work together...
L.A. Noire - Leaping Technological Boundaries
on July 04, 2012 at 10:47 PM
This review can also be found at http://silverbooster.blogspot.com/2012/06/review-la-noire.html L.A. Noire "Leaping technological boundaries." Developed by Team Bondi Published by Rockstar Games for the Xbox 360, Playstation 3 Released May 17th, 2011 After a 15 year run of developing and publishing...
L.A. Noire User Review
on March 27, 2012 at 07:29 AM
When I first saw L.A. Noire, I was at a friend's house on the weekend. He kept telling me how great the game was, but I just went in the other room and played Grand Theft Auto IV. When I got tired, I went back up to his room and rolled out the futon. I kept told him to turn the TV off, and he replied...
1940's L.A. Never Looked So Good
on March 14, 2012 at 11:00 AM
When I heard Rockstar was making a game based in the 1940's, I thought it was going to be a sad attempt to fill the demand for a new Grand Theft Auto. As more was revealed about the game, I was surprised to learn that it's just the opposite. L.A. Noire delivers a unique package on your doorstep...
History Replays In A Beautiful Way
on October 23, 2011 at 05:44 PM
( XBOX 360 REVIEW ) LA Noire is the story of Cole Phelps, the marine turned officer turned detective in late 1940's Los Angeles. To me, I've always been intrigued by the world of the detective, and LA Noire gives a good impression of what it is. The story takes turns and feels like a movie. You...
LA Noire:A different side of Rockstar
on September 04, 2011 at 09:28 PM
I expected LA Noire to be another Rockstar game:Large open world with a solid story and massive depth. I was wrong but not far off, LA Noire doesn't have the depth of Red Dead or GTA IV, but it does have a story to rival them. After I first met Cole Phelps I was waiting for the customizable options...
L.A. Noire, The Short and Simple Review
Charlie the Gamer
on August 29, 2011 at 11:36 AM
When I bought L.A. Noire, I was thinking that it would be fast paced game where crimes would be delght with force and firepower, I turned out to be wrong. Insted L.A. Noire had a well thought out story that was as dark as it was fun. The game also bosted some of the best detail and grahpics I have ever...
Different than anything I have ever played before.
on August 27, 2011 at 08:41 AM
This marks my first ever review. I will from now on be writing them for all new games I play, so feel free to follow me if you like this review. There's a lot of things about L.A. Noire that many people can say. Some good and some bad. I can say right now, as a lot of people have probably mentioned...
Just a Puzzler
on July 23, 2011 at 03:05 PM
When I first got this game I was extremely excited to play it because of the games new unique use of facial expressions and detective work, but towards the end of the game, it became repetitive and somewhat boring. For a person who loves seeing blood, gore, explosions, and tons of action in a video game...
Game Over... continue? L.A. Noire Review
Game Over... continue?
on June 28, 2011 at 01:19 AM
Let me preface this review by saying I love Rockstar, they make great games. Red Dead Redemption was probably my favorite game of last year (although it's a close call with Mass Effect 2 ) and GTA IV is a true classic of this generation of consoles. Plus, Rockstar's Table Tennis was frickin'...
L.A. Noire is not GTA, thank you Rockstar
on June 04, 2011 at 03:03 PM
I am very impressed with L.A. Noire, and how it seems to create a new style of gaming that feels different from any other game I have played before. Rockstar is known for making quality games, but they are also known for making games that are for the sightly immature. After Red Dead Redemption this opinion...
L.A. Noire Review - The Parent's Guide to Video Games
The Game Store Guy
on May 25, 2011 at 04:12 AM
L.A. Noire Review Kid Safe: Very Low Game Quality: Very High Genre: Open-World Crime Drama - As an open-world title, this game emphasizes a player's ability to go anywhere and do anything at anytime they so choose; allowing them to simply follow the story or explore a fully realized world that is...
L.A. Noire: Flirting with Greatness
on May 23, 2011 at 05:52 PM
If we look back on some of the greatest games of all time, what is the one thing that connects them? Innovation. Innovation is what drives the industry forward; games that break the previous mold are the games that are remembered. Rockstar and Team Bondi’s latest title, L.A. Noire, aims to propel...
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