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.
This game, in my opinion, was very well made. I love the era that it takes place in, and the story was great. The graphics were amazing, and i really enjoyed how they put the actor in the game, instead of just using there voice. Was very very cool. I liked the story, and the investigating. It did seem a little redundant at times, but not enough to deter me from playing the game. I even bought all the expansions for this game adding to the story line. I hope there is another along the same style, maybe make it a little more action packed. But eiether way i'd play it.