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Rockstar's L.A. Noire to Debut with a Trailer This Week

Posted on Tuesday, November 9 @ 10:56:48 Eastern by
The first footage of the long-awaited game from Rockstar Games to finally make its debut.



L.A. Noire, Team Bondi's 1940s thriller has been, for the most part, shrouded in mystery. All that has been revealed thus far is that it will feature over 20 hours of voice acting and its main focus will be on classic detective murder-mysteries and crime solving.

Today, Rockstar Games has announced that the curtain will finally be lifted on L.A. Noire this Thursday, November 11th. We don't normally get this excited over the announcement of a trailer, but with the game being silently developed since 2004, we're eager to see if it is worth the wait.

Check back with Game Revolution this Thursday to witness the debut trailer for L.A. Noire.

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