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Submitted by Romudeth 281d ago | opinion piece

Flashback Review: L.A. Noire - STFUandPLAY

L.A. Noire tells the story of police detective Cole Phelps who is also a veteran and hero of the second World War. Phelps is a unique individual since he is one of the few cops who isn’t jaded or corrupt. The story is set in the city of Angels, Los Angeles in 1947. 1947 was the most violent year in L.A’s history (even more so than in the early 1990s) so it’s a great place to set a game that mostly tasks you with solving homicides, uncovering insurance scams and stopping the flow of illegal narcotics. (L.A. Noire, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Beastradamus  +   281d ago
One of my favorite games of this generation.
JoeReno  +   281d ago
Agreed, and after reading this review it really made me want to replay it, although the memory still lingers as to how frustrating some of the chases were and that kind of balances out my desire to replay LA Noire.

Several of my friends hated LA Noire, and i could never understand it, but the reviewer hit the nail on the head. Those same friends would never be into games like Heavy Rain or LA noire.
Bathyj  +   281d ago
Aww, I saw the title and though it was a review for Flashback.
shadow18spirit  +   281d ago
I loved this game , why didnt they make another one

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