As usual, the Nintendo Switch version of a third party party proves more enjoyable in portable mode than when the console is docked. L.A. Noire indeed looks very similar to the old gen versions of the game when played on a TV, with visible aliasing and some framerate issues. When using the Switch as a handheld though, the game looks pretty good and seems to run a lot better from what we've seen. Although it is clear that Team Bondi's game was not without flaws, we can still recommend it to those who haven't played it and who will favor the handheld configuration to the docked one.
@MrWhite: yea, i think they did a really good job with that scene. At first i tried to remember the shots of her from the original to figure out if they re-used footage before the angles changed more. (4 Hours ago)
@Melmoth: Yeah, that's a good point. It's still noticeable, but it's literally so close that any kind of anomaly will be spotted and give that uncanny valley. The rendering though is flawless. (4 Hours ago)
as for Tarkin, i think they should have gone with the stand-in actor with some make-up/prosthetics. just looking at him in the making-of material he looks close enough. (4 Hours ago)
@MrWhite: she was kinda stiff/robotic in the original BR too. Like a doll, which they obviously aimed for, which helps sell the 2049 version. (4 Hours ago)