After staying under the radar for a pretty long while, Brendan McNamara's L.A. Noire is back with some new images. Team Bondi's first title is announced as a real adventure game where you will play the role of a police detective in charge of an investigation. The questioning of the suspects as well as the gathering of clues on the crime scenes will be part of your job and depending on how well you do it, the investigation will more or less progress. Very promising on paper, ambitious to say the least, we will still wait to see more of it before considering it as the next jewel in Rockstar's collection. After all, let's keep in mind that McNamara was the producer on The Getaway, which unfortunately did not live up to its promises at the time.
quests, which is a goddamn shame, a goddamn shame. For sure they could have come up with some meaningful side quests with at least a story. (44 minutes ago)
Definitely enjoying FFXV more but I am solely talking about the story missions, some good diversity there. I also really like the Chocobos. Just such a shame that the side quests truly are all fetch (45 minutes ago)
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electric devices, entertainment devices, etc. So who has that much money left that isn't reserved for Christmas perparation and gifts?! All around bad timing, hence why I believe Spring would be right (2 Hours ago)
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