Incredible detail, grisly murder scenes, slick cars, and a bit of repetitiveness. Great for fans of mystery, and crime drama style shows.
The lead character is a hard nose, no B.S., by the book cop. Some of his lines fall a little flat because he doesn't quite feel as real as the other characters do. He just feels like a robot. (Yet Robo-Cop He is not), Despite the leading mans angular feel the game itself is amazing. The twists are great you never see them coming, and a surprise visit from a real serial killer.
The environments are absolutely beautiful.
The story can seem strange from time to time, even if you screw up an interrogation the story move right along like nothing ever happened.
Overall great game.
L.A. Noire is a good game to change things up a little bit. It is an open world detective game with shoot-outs and car chases along the way. The biggest part of the game is figuring out cases. This involves interrogating suspects, watching a suspects/witness facial gestures, and hearing their tones. You get to decide how you want to go about the interrogation. After a few cases you will notice them being the same kinda thing. The overall graphics were good and the faces looked real enough. This game was OK, glad I rented it though.