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L.A. Noire Complete Edition Coming Next Month

Posted on Thursday, October 20 @ 08:30:14 PST by

Take Two Interactive and Rockstar Games have announced that a "Complete Edition" of L.A. Noire will be arriving in stores starting on November 15th which includes the full game and any released DLC. Along with the full game, the following DLC packs are also included:
  • Nicholson Electroplating
  • Reefer Madness
  • The Consul's Car
  • The Naked City
  • A Slip of the Tongue
  • The Badge Pursuit Challenge
  • All weapons and outfits
All of this for $49.99less than what us idiots with the "incomplete edition" paid earlier this year, sans DLC cases.

I have to admit, I'm growing tired of this. It's like publishers are actually encouraging gamers to wait for the inevitable "Complete Edition" or "Game of the Year Edition". But who knows, maybe Take Two had to do this to pay off some of Team Bondi's ridiculous debt.

Don't get me wrong, the game is excellent and there's a ton of value in this DLC. If you missed the game the first go-round, then this is worth picking up.

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