L.A. Noire

L.A. Noire’s troubled development resulted in accusations of poor management at Team Bondi, the fallout of which was enough to effectively sink the studio. Despite its troubled history, it’s heartening that players are being given the chance to revisit Los Angeles on the Nintendo Switch. While the game’s myriad faults remain and the revised interrogation system fumbles its chance to fix one of the most egregious part of the game, the great acting, stunning atmosphere and amazing facial animation all combine to make this a detective adventure that’s worth experiencing, despite its rough edges. L.A. Noire wasn’t a faultless game back in 2011 and that hasn’t changed in 2017, yet it somehow manages to be more than the sum of its parts. We suspect it will be regarded as a pioneering classic for the next few years regardless; few games treat the player to such a grown-up and mature experience as this, and that’s important for the video game industry as a whole.From a technical standpoint, L.A. Noire on Switch is utterly remarkable. This isn’t an entirely flawless port, however; there are a few moments – in both modes – when the frame rate plunges and Phelps appears to be moving in slow-motion. These usually occur when you’re on foot and striding through a particularly detail-rich area – like one of L.A.’s immaculately-rendered streets, lined with skyscrapers, traffic and pedestrians. It’s not a deal breaker by any means, and while it might lack the visual finery seen in the PS4 and Xbox One editions, L.A. Noire on Switch still looks amazing – and the fact that you can play it anywhere is remarkable.


Release Date : 14th Nov 2017
Publisher :  Rockstar
Developer :  Team Bondi
Genre: Action, Adventure
Region : USA
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File Size : 14.7 GB


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