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L.A. Noire Outtakes Show What Sneezes Look Like In The 1940s

Posted on Friday, February 8 @ 20:00:00 Eastern by

Tipster elmoreoocyte sends in this video of L.A. Noire actors blowing their lines in spectacularly awkward fashion. The trips, the fumbles, the sneezes, it's all captured in stunning detail thanks to the technology from Depth Analysis.

It's funny to see these outtakes now after the "story" of L.A. Noire is complete. It was a game seven years in development, lauded upon release for it's drama and use of technology, derided for its plot and repetitive gameplay. When I look back on it now, I wish some of these more human elements made it into the game. The "bad" performances above make the actors seem more relatable and human.

Whatever, I still hate you Cole Phelps. You were unfun to play as and a f***ing psychopath to boot.
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