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Game Description: L.A Noire is an interactive detective story set during the classic late 1940's noir period. Players must put the pieces of the puzzle together to solve a series of murders in the area.
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  • L.A. Noire's Cover Story Revealed

    Rockstar Games said L.A. Noire details would be available sometime soon and the company wasn't kidding. Game Informer has revealed L.A. Noire will be on the cover of their next issue. Game Informer says the upcoming cover story on L.A. Noire will detail Rockstar's apparently "astonishing reconstruction of 1947 Los Angeles" and how the...

    Posted February 4, 2010

    L.A. Noire's Cover Story Revealed
  • L.A. Noire Reveal Via Magazine Cover Next Month, Promises Rockstar

    We've all been waiting a long time for Rockstar Games to reveal L.A. Noire. You won't have to wait much longer, either, according to the people who should know these sorts of things. Rockstar Games told a fan that L.A. Noire will soon be revealed through a magazine cover. "There will be something great to see soon," said the company...

    Posted January 21, 2010

    L.A. Noire Reveal Via Magazine Cover Next Month, Promises Rockstar
  • Casting Notice Reveals L.A. Noire Info

    I'm so looking forward to Rockstar's L.A. Noire, even the smallest piece of revealed information is big news to me. This morning's big news: The name of the main character. When you play L.A. Noire, your name will apparently be Cole Phelps. The source of the info is a casting notice for the game, which also contains the names of L.A. Noire's...

    Posted October 26, 2009

    Casting Notice Reveals L.A. Noire Info
  • Rockstar Says L.A. Noire Development "Coming Along Splendidly"

    I’ve been psyched about Rockstar Games' pulp-inspired detective drama L.A. Noire from the opening moments of the teaser trailer released a few years back. And while it was certainly nice to hear Take-Two's CEO Ben Feder say earlier this month that the game hadn’t been abandoned, the lack of any real details has been disheartening....

    Posted September 29, 2009

    Rockstar Says L.A. Noire Development "Coming Along Splendidly"
  • Take-Two Says L.A. Noire Still In Development

    It's been a substantial period of time since Take-Two Interactive, Team Bondi or Rockstar Games mentioned period piece action game L.A. Noire. The title is not dead, according to Take-Two's CEO, Ben Feder, who briefly discussed the status of L.A. Noire in response to an analyst during the company's third-quarter results call this...

    Posted September 1, 2009

    Take-Two Says L.A. Noire Still In Development
  • 'L.A. Noire' To Be Most Expensive Game Ever

    We don't know much about Rock Star Games' in-development open-world crime title L.A. Noire. Here's the extent of our knowledge: It's set in the world of 40s noire films. It takes place in Los Angeles. And now we know it will be among the most expensive games ever made: Tom Crago, the CEO of Tantalus and the president of the Game Developers'...

    Posted September 22, 2008| 94 Comments

    'L.A. Noire' To Be Most Expensive Game Ever
  • L.A. Noire Trailer

    Posted: November 11, 2010

    33,371 Views | 01:10

  • X-Play Gaming Update 9.22.08

    Posted: September 22, 2008

    4,199 Views | 01:48

  • L.A. Noire

    Posted: October 30, 2006

    7,296 Views | 02:20


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