Rockstar have just revealed some new screens for L.A. Noire (The High Life of Los Angeles, 1947) and gives some more details about the game.
The post-war economic boom and full-fledged glory of Hollywood’s golden era brought a new, revitalized air of glamour and prestige to the world of Los Angeles in 1947. In L.A. Noire, this is exemplified by high-end mansions flanked by luxury vehicles, exclusive restaurants and top class shops... all catering to the idle class.
Detective Cole Phelps will soon learn firsthand though what they say about all that glitters. With power comes ruthlessness, with wealth and privilege come greed, with fame comes desperation - and below that high-gloss sheen lie the darkest of souls.
new wolfenstein previews out there, game looks so much nicer than the last one. (1 minute ago)
and down - that was a review for alien resurrection in 2000. i found it kind of funny that gamespot complained about that, given that's how all games work now on consoles. (1 Hour ago)
The game's control setup is its most terrifying element. The left analog stick moves you forward, back, and strafes right and left, while the right analog stick turns you and can be used to look up (1 Hour ago)
@alimokrane: like you generalized that KORNdog must read reviews? (19 Hours ago)
@asdfg: I wasnt talking about ALL gamers, I was talking to KORNdog. Way to go generalizing. No wonder the world is doing so well with everyone generalizing! (19 Hours ago)
and often not that, but just 1 number encompassing all reviews (metacritic) (20 Hours ago)
i don't many people actually read the reviews, they just look at that number in the bottom right corner :D (20 Hours ago)