L.A. Noire Ships On 3 Xbox 360 Discs
Posted on Saturday, May 7 @ 16:45:30 PST by Daniel Bischoff
Remember floppy discs? For a time, 8-inch floppy discs could only hold 79 KB of data. That is absurd when compared to today's standards. We live in an age where files are no longer measured in megabytes, but GIGABYTES. See how gigabytes are bigger even when you type them?
Honestly, that's why I'm not surprised by the revelation that L.A. Noire, a game Rockstar and Team Bondi have been developing for years, is shipping on three Xbox 360 DVDs.
I'm not trying to start a console war and you shouldn't either because it's really, really stupid when you have to resort to disc format to inflate your console-specific ego. Still, it goes without saying that L.A. Noire only requires one Blu-ray disc. The breadth of content created for L.A. Noire apparently goes further and spills into downloadable content as well:
That's Jeronimo Barrera from Rockstar speaking about the media requirements of L.A. Noire. If you played Mass Effect 2 on Xbox 360, you had to switch the games discs twice.
I'll be playing the game on PS3, but I have to say that I don't mind games being stretched across multiple discs. Final Fantasy VII always seemed like some epic tome that couldn't possibly have be truncated into a smaller size. I like it when the box I pick up at the store feels heavier, like I'm getting more for my money.
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