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Leaked LA Noire Trailer Reveals Release Date

Posted on Saturday, January 22 @ 10:53:39 Eastern by
If you're like me, you may think of a detective and and immediately picture a BIG ORANGE VHS BOX.

That's right, I'm talking about Harriet the Spy on VHS. Yes, I know she wasn't really a detective, but wasn't that movie great? Harriet and her magnifying glass might be the image of a detective in your '90s-addled mind, but LA Noire is set to give you a completely different impression of what it takes to be a great snoop.

Team Bondi and Rockstar Games are set to release one hell of a mystery game on the world on May 17th. What? How do I know? It's all about asking the right questions at the right times.

Well, I mean the game is. I only found out because I managed to snag this Youtube video before it got pulled down by Take-Two Interactive. Check out the leaked trailer below.

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