L.A. Noire for PlayStation 3

L.A. Noire

May 17, 2011
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Developer: Team Bondi
Content Rating: Mature


Set amid the violence and corruption of post-World War II Los Angeles, L.A. Noire is a crime thriller that seamlessly blends crime-solving, clue-finding, car chases and shoot-outs with revolutionary new interrogation-based gameplay that will allow players to read characters' emotions in order to reveal the truth. Players will take on the role of Cole Phelps, a decorated war veteran, who rises through the ranks of the LAPD by solving a series of gruesome murders and other crimes that bring him face-to-face with the dark heart of Los Angeles during Hollywood's Golden Age.

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NaN review
Jul 23, 2020

This game was fun and interesting the first 3 or 4 cases that you played but then things started to feel dull and I didn't feel like playing it anymore.

The story was very good though even though the gameplay got repetetive and boring but I would just watch it on youtube than play this game again.

But still I believe that it is a decent crime action adventure but not one I would try to play again anytime soon.

Martin Ruiz

Martin Ruiz

May 19, 2020
Robert Plant

Robert Plant

Dec 14, 2019

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Critic Reviews

24 Reviews
Game TrailersMay 16, 2011
LA Noire floors you out of the gate, loses some steam due to repetition, but eventually wins the day thanks to its subtlety, attention to detail, and stunning character interaction. It has a certain level of class to it and sets a new standard for storytelling in video games, but it's also a bit limited compared to its contemporaries.
Daniel BischoffMay 20, 2011
L.A. Noire combines the best of action games, the best of adventure games, the best of cinema, and the best facial animation in video games to create an experience unlike any other. I’m gushing, it’s true. After 7 years of development, a generation of brand new graphics technology, and the passion for developing new experiences that comes with association to Rockstar Games, Team Bondi deserve the long vacation they’re probably on.
Brad ShoemakerMay 16, 2011
L.A. Noire is a bold release, because it defies the expectations not just for the type of game Rockstar usually releases, but also for the type of game that receives this degree of care and proficiency in its execution. The world already has enough open-world action games, but a game which marries that open world to such a methodical style of gameplay, with a budget this big, is a rare thing indeed.

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