TitanReviews writes: In a gaming world of anti-heroes and questionable morals can Detective Cole Phelps and L.A. Noire resurrect gamer interest in playing as the good guy again?
I'm gonna go all Sherlock Holmes up in that game.
I wonder how they will keep you from running over people on the street during a car chase. Maybe you can't be THAT much of a good guy.
This game should be a fresh change of pace.
Couldnt have said it better...
i wanna purchase this game. it is to good. http://radialabsfreetrial.c...
Eh screw the good guys. This is on of those make you own choice games like heavy rain so ill be shooting the bllls off people every chance I get.
Yeah I think it is a good thing to actually be able to play as a good guy for once! Playing a gangster has been done, re-done, and then done again. It is fun to play as the criminal.... but not all the time. I would quite happily have a run now of playing as the good guy in games. I don't think I have played many games as a cop, especially not one where you actually have to use your brain to solve crimes. That is the good thing about Rockstar... they have started to diversify and do good games in settings a bit different from the norm. I know a few complainers whinge that they should just keep pumping out GTA after GTA but I for one am very glad they did the Wild West well, and now from the looks of things are going to do a 1940's cop drama even better! Personally I hope they stick to this trend and continue to push gaming forward instead of sticking with "Gangsta" stuff all the time..... and this way the GTA's that do come out should feel nice and fresh rather than same old same old! Looking forward to exercising my inner good-guy, getting some cerebral challenges on the go, and yeah also getting to shoot and beat the shit out of a few people at the same time..... old habits die hard!
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