OXM UK: L.A. Noire on Xbox 360 covers a whopping three game discs, but according to Team Bondi writer and director Brendan McNamara, the count could have been "four or five or six".
cool, now bring news about gta5
Rockstar didn't make this game! It's a developer named Team Bondi Rockstar are just publishers who brand everything and take credit for it.. http://en.wikipedia.org/wik...
Who do you think financed this project? Team Blondi themselves? Rockstar has every right to put their logo on the game. Besides, every other publisher does it, why are you dissing Rockstar for it?
The link you just posted lists both Rocktstar and Bondi as developers...
Besides, Team Bondi's CEO himself stated that R* helped them during the development with people and advices. http://www.1up.com/previews...
but dan houser and sam houser involved in this game just like rdr, the brother who made all gta series
Team Bondi pwns rockstar then.
@ Pumbli Originally Sony financed the project when it was supposed to be a PS3 exclusive... that's how Agent came about.
Okay, so the lack of blu-ray held Team Bondi back. Semantics guy. Point remains: we lost material so a 360 version wouldn't be a six disc game.
It's says right in your link "Developer(s) Team Bondi AND Rockstar Games.
lol 5 people disagreed that "I love my PS3" only n4g i swear
lol see what happens when i say i love my wii XD lmao, people on here are really pathatic
yea, so PATHATICA
I think it wouldnt of been a problem depending on how if a game is linear and just keeps the person doing the objectives and it ends and dont allow you to free roam at the end then having 4-8 discs isnt a problem.
Agree just more of a inconvenience but nothing that bad. Lets just hope for 360 users GTA5 isn't like this but for this game not too bad
8 discs is a problem. Lost Oddessy was 4 and that was alot, I couldn`t imagine having 8.
Once you install the discs its no problem as the load times are faster. In Lost Odyssey you only had to chance discs every 20 to 25 hours, for this to be a problem you need to be the ruler of planet Lazy.
You can free roam at the end. Just quit your game, select cases from the main menu and select Streets of L.A. You're free to roam L.A looking for collectables as well as doing side missions.
@xPhearR3dx how big is the city compared to liberty city? are there parks with lots of trees? can you free roam while not doing missions?and how many buidings can you enter?can you talk to random pedestrians?
Apparently you only have to swap discs twice in the whole campaign...
Yes but that is after a MASSIVE install.
Right but installing ANY game on the 360 is entirely optional.
But with L.A. Noire the way they optimised it to fit on three discs means that unless installed it'll have awful loading times.
Really? I don't think I've heard of that anywhere unless you've already tried the game, right?
"For those who are looking for a smooth experience on the Xbox 360 version of L.A. Noire, installing the game’s data is the way to go. Installing all three discs will take up to 20GB of space as each of the discs are at 6.6GB. Following the successful data installation, players can notice that the game loads faster, lessen the in-game graphics pop-up and the screen tearing." http://www.justpushstart.co...
Yeah it loads faster but that doesn't say it was slow to begin with. I always install my games on my xbox because it reduces the duration to like 1-2 seconds.
That description fits almost every Xbox 360 game. Anytime you install a game to 360 it increases load times and the performance is better because you're running the game from your HDD instead of from the disc. Without installing L.A Noire the game still runs just fine. It's not like you NEED to install it or the experience will be crap or anything.
@TheStonedSheep The same applies to every 360 game. They run better, load faster when installed to the HDD. The game runs just fine from the disk, it's just better to install it to the HDD. Also better for your console too. The only exception to this was Halo 3 because when you installed Halo 3 it would slow down Multiplayer load times.
Massive install? Are you joking? The first disc took about 3 minutes to install. Massive indeed.
I've completed all the Patrol and Traffic cases and I'm on the first Vice case while still being on the first disc. Played for about 6 hours or so tonight. If the other 2 disc are as long as this one is so far, disc swapping will feel almost none existent. EDIT: @TheStonedSheep Wrong. You don't need to install anything to play L.A Noire on 360. Just pop the first disc in and play. You only install if you want to, it's not mandatory.
Tell me how non existent it is during the disc exchange.
So basically they are subtly confirming that the game was gimped?
And they'll recoup the the time 'wasted' on the cut content by selling it as DLC. Thank you microsoft.