I am an enthusiast of film Noir and I love video games that have an effect that feels fresh and L.A. Noire does just that. I spent few weeks playing this game from start to finish and I have to say that I have thoroughly enjoyed it.
It offers a modern approach that defers from most other games available in the video game trade today. Instead of deeply relying on gunfire, L.A. Noire needs you to play as detective and find evidence, you'll begin as police officer and you'll sooner find yourself in the position of detective. As you advanced in grade you take on more serious cases. There are forty road offenses that you can take on at any time requested. You are not fined by any means for taking no notice of them, incase if you do carry out them, you obtain skill points that add up to receiving you more intuition points. You can also explore the metropolis for amazing hidden cars which are much better than your default vehicle, or metropolis signs which provide you points for finding them.
Even if L.A. Noire is identical to Grand Theft Auto IV and Red Dead Redemption, please take into account that it is not those games. Occasionally it gives you an idea like them, but it is a game all of it's own. The most part of L.A. Noire will be spent collecting evidences and cross-examine witnesses. You will be required to use your superior judgment in making charges and settling on whether of not someone is deceitful or what evidences will add up with others. It is certainly a bit logical game and if you are seeking more of a Crackdown form open world experience, then this one most likely isn't the game for you.
The graphics are eye-catching, credit to Motion-Scan technology as the characters you see in this game are not like graphics in any other video game. This one relies on true, acted performances regardless of just voice acting, presenting a sense of expediency and captivation that only some games have managed to achieve. When questioning a mistrustful witness, a flick of the eyes and a worried guzzle might give him away, whereas a solid, eye-to-eye gaze may persuade you the suspect is saying the fact. This also formulates the performance and the character relations just look so much more authentic, like you were viewing an excellent crime film rather than just playing a video game.
The sound technicalities are stunning, and the music adjusts based on what you are presently doing in the game. If searching for evidence, you get a smooth melody in the surroundings. If you embark on chasing somebody, a striking music kicks in. And every time you are driving in a vehicle, you can listen to some classic music and news and it really takes you into the era.
Overall, the game is remarkably enjoyable and it has a great degree of diversity, though L.A. Noire may not be for everyone, it is an A- class game that can be completed in a reasonable amount of time.
LA Noire: Gameplay Video Trailer