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Post by Dan @ 03:25pm 04/01/11 | 1 Comments
Rockstar have released another small batch of stills from the upcoming L.A. Noire - the very long awaited period title still in development at the Team Bondi studio in Sydney.
As a reminder, the human interactions you see here aren't limited to what is commonly understood as cutscenes in videogames. Thanks to the huge leap forward that MotionScan technology represents, every character in L.A. Noire speaks and emotes with realistic precision throughout the entire game, every facial detail captured regardless of whether searching for clues on foot, in a shootout or in the middle of a crucial interrogation.
Take a look here on AusGamers.

L.A. Noire is due on PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in Autumn 2011 (U.S. Spring). For more details, swing by our first-look preview from November.




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Tim Tibbetts
Posted 04:32pm 04/1/11
I'm REALLY keen for this game, especially after seeing the facial tech trailer.
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