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Posted by Box3ru13

considered me interested. 

Posted by pwnasaurus

hey its on my birthday cool. looking forwards to this.

Posted by kerse

looking good

Posted by MikkaQ

This is shaping up to be a more interesting Heavy Rain or something, with Mafia II elements. I'm just super excited about this. 
 
@Grissefar said:

" Using the old x-number of pages script argument. Oh noes, the last game I remember bragging about script size was Haze. At least the game looks good. "
I wrote a 500 page fanfiction script for Haze, they'll totally use it for the sequel. 
Posted by yyZiggurat

Awesome.  Thats about the same time RDR came out.

Posted by Grissefar

Using the old x-number of pages script argument. Oh noes, the last game I remember bragging about script size was Haze. At least the game looks good.

Posted by drumpsycho89

THATS MA BIRTHDAY!!! BOOM!! iknow what i want!! lol

Posted by SomeJerk

No PC version, no way to care about anything outside of the great technical achievements who deserve many rewards by themselves, putting a game this beautiful on these old clunker consoles. May the PS3 version be decent :|

Posted by SSully

So you post the video by itself, and then and article about the video? That makes perfect sense, top notch work. 

Posted by Chemin

I love the theme and the era. Let's just hope it's as good as it has the potential to be.

Posted by GetEveryone

Dammit. I really want this game, too.

Edited by jaffaz

Cannot wait for this game xD
 
also - first

Posted by BradNicholson

Doing anything this summer? No? Great, because here’s a game you can check out: L.A. Noire, Rockstar Games’ open-world crime thriller, hits North American store shelves on May 17, 2011 for the Xbox 360 and PS3. A European release on both consoles will follow three days later on May 20, 2011. 

Rockstar confirmed these dates earlier this morning after a leaked trailer let the US release date slip in advance of its marketing department’s wishes. You can view it now in all its “official” glory just below.
  

   
L.A. Noire is a Team Bondi-developed game, and an ambitious one at that. According to reports, the title has a 300-page script and focuses as much on character and narrative as your typical, loosey-goosey Rockstar Games open-world joint. Team Bondi has put a lot of effort into the facial motion capture for the game, which theoretically should make for some interesting conversations and such.

The game's story revolves around a cop named Cole Phelps, a do-gooder with a secret who's fresh out of World War II. As Phelps, you’ll investigate and solve crimes and also deal with a police department steeped in scandals during the 1940s. L.A. Noire is the second May release in a row for Rockstar, who also shipped Red Dead Redemption around the same time last year.