LA Noire in-engine trailer hits – watch now

“It’s the case that makes you. It’s the case that breaks you.”

By Edwin Evans-Thirlwell, November 11, 2010


Shady dealings? Rapid cinematic cuts? Sumptuous period attire? Exquisitely on-the-ball voicework? Atmosphere so thick you could cut it with a carving knife (which you’ll then need to wipe clean of fingerprints lest it show up later in court)?


It can only be a new Rockstar Games opus. The publisher’s just wired us the activation codes for some spectacular in-engine footage of LA Noire, the Team-Bondi-developed sometime PS3 exclusive, slated for release on Sony and Microsoft consoles in spring 2011.


Quick recap: the game’s set in 1947 and stars Cole Phelps, an LAPD cop who must crack a city-wide murder case. Gameplay details aren’t in abundance, but you can expect more head-scratching and less insta-fix running and gunning from this particular open world escapade. Detectives aren’t valued for their marksmanship, after all, but for their ability to put two and two together.


Here’s the video. Without further ado: click play.



One Response to “LA Noire in-engine trailer hits – watch now”

  1. Shox121 says:

    looks ace. hasnt this game been in production for years now.
    i remember reading about this game 2 or 3 years ago and i was impressed but then i never heard anything more about it.
    i’m glad its nearly here

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