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L.A. Noire's McNamara Talks About His Next Game

by Matthew Kato on Nov 09, 2011 at 11:27 AM

L.A. Noire developer Team Bondi has collapsed, but founder Brendan McNamara is already talking up his plans for his next game.

Speaking to Eurogamer, McNamara sounds like a man whose ambition hasn't shrunk one bit. McNamara characterized the subject the unannounced project as "...one of the great untold stories of the twentieth century. So I think it'll be good."

McNamara also said that he's in talks with companies at the moment and there is some interest in what he's working on, but nothing's been formalized yet. It's certain to contain L.A. Noire's impressive MotionScan technology since McNamara owns shares in its creators, Depth Analysis, and will be of a similar ambition scale as that game, too. "We think the evolution from The Getaway to L.A. Noire and learning the lessons we did on the way, and some of the stuff about emerging storytelling, is definitely an avenue to pursue."

Any guesses as to what this great untold story of the 20th century is?