Say what you will about Rockstar games. They are a controversial company who adds adult content into their games. They have made big, hell, huge mistakes in the past when it comes to their decision making.
However, I have played through several of the Grand Theft Auto titles and, regardless of content, these games have amazingly deep story lines. I have never been let down by Rockstar’s intense and dramatic plots. Their games, if nothing else, are captivating stories about the conspiracies and betrayals that happen every day on the streets.
Rockstar’s newest game title, L.A. Noire, is set in 1940s Los Angeles where the player will be required to complete a series of murder investigations. I don’t know anything about it yet but if it follows the rich traditions of the Grand Theft Auto series, then this game will be every bit as edge-of-you-seat thrill seeking as any film set in the 1940s-era.
The trailer was released on November 11, 2010 and I’d like to share it with you:
It really goes to show you how far games have come from Pong and Pac-Man. Games are truly reaching the levels that other art mediums have had for decades.
– Paul Scott
- ‘L.A. Noire’: Watch the new game’s trailer starring Ken Cosgrove (er, Aaron Staton) from ‘Mad Men’ (popwatch.ew.com)
- ‘L.A. Noire’ Trailer Shows Off The Dark Days Of Los Angeles (multiplayerblog.mtv.com)
- L.A. Noire Trailer Released (cinemablend.com)
- L.A. Noire Trailer Reveals Spring 2011 Release (1up.com)
- New L.A. Noire Trailer Brings Our Hearts To Justice (g4tv.com)