Brendan McNamara: "I'd rather people just ring me up and tell me to f*** off"

Eurogamer: "The controversial L.A. Noire developer faces the music in this frank new interview."

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potedude2533d ago

Marmite tastes better than vegemite...

potedude2531d ago

C'mon, vegemite tastes like old socks. At least we can agree both are better than promite?

SimpleSlave2532d ago (Edited 2532d ago )

Good luck to the team, and good riddance with the rest. If this is what we have to look forward to, with the adventure genre, then this was a blessing.

This is a horrible adventure game, the biggest waste of $60 I have spent in a while. Red Johnson Chronicles (PSN) does the whole detective thing better, and for less than half the price. Support the small title with actual puzzles, actual clues, actual memory test and ironically enough friendlier to casual and veteran gamers alike.

Maybe next time instead of wasting your entire budget in creepy and bloated technology, you should consider spending it in actual gameplay. I know that is a radical and crazy idea, but it might be crazy enough to work and it probably way cheaper too.

But what do I know, this game sold like crazy, and I supported it hoping for something truly awesome. Sold it right after realizing this was no game, but a tech demo, &^!(!#ing rip off.


aPerson2532d ago

I enjoyed LA Noire. It wasn't great, but it was good enough.

SimpleSlave2531d ago (Edited 2531d ago )

It's ok if you enjoyed it, I mean to each their own, and I respect that. But did you even tried Red Johnson Chronicles? Or the plethora of Adventure games in the history of the game industry for that matter?

I concede to you that if we lived in a vacuum, then this game certainly could be consider good enough. But we don't, and it isn't.