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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:41am 25/01/11 | 1 Comments
While this trailer doesn't necessarily have the most imaginative name, it still does a pretty good job relaying how much of the crime noire feel Team Bondi have captured in their forthcoming Rockstar-published debut, L.A. Noire.

There's been a fair bit of buzz around this game and its new technology that allows for full realised facial animations beyond anything we've seen in games before, and how this will be used in the process of playing as a detective and reading through people's lies and truths. But the proof is in the pudding, they say, so with an official release date across PS3 and Xbox 360 of May 20 (no word on PC yet), we'll be able to find out if L.A. Noire was worth the wait and if it has the chops.

Watch the trailer embedded below, or click here for the HD option.




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Ivonin
Posted 05:46pm 25/1/11
I'm still not too sure about this one.

I don't know, nothing from any of the trailers have really grabbed me and said 'you need to buy this game because of X'.

Graphics seem dated, but that's not really a big worry for me, but it still stands out pretty glaringly. I guess we'll just have to wait and find out.
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