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L.A. Noire Launch Trailer Looks More Cinema Than Game

Posted on Wednesday, May 11 @ 12:01:35 Eastern by



At this year's PAX East, there was one game that stole the entire show: Rockstar Games and Team Bondi's crime-solving thriller, L.A. Noire. The mature, thought-provoking situations are like unlike anything else on the market, and the human depth displayed through Team Bondi's MotionScan facial capture technology is second to none.

L.A. Noire releases next Tuesday, and to celebrate, Rockstar Games has released the game's launch trailer, which looks more like a movie than a video game.
 



L.A. Noire offers exclusive content on the PlayStation 3. The Xbox 360 will get something extra too -- in the form of two more discs. It will also be the first Rockstar published game to feature their cooler-sounding take on "Project $10", the "Rockstar Pass".
 
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