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Submitted by GodisaGeek 975d ago | article

The Story Mechanic Part Eleven: In The Interview Room

GodisaGeek: "Recently, I’ve got really into murder. Not the physical act, you understand. I’m a gamer, my arms are way to weak to choke or club someone to death. Rather than take part, I have just been learning about it from a distance. It started with the BBC’s Sherlock, went via a number of popular crime books and detective novels, and then finished up with L.A. Noire. L.A. Noire is a fascinating game. Its combination of troubled development, one-off setting and engrossing ‘story first’ design make it a game that will continue to warrant analysis as the years pass." (L.A. Noire, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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