As a portable experience "there simply isn't anything like it"
L.A. Noire has always been a fascinating game, despite some fundamental design flaws that hold it back from its true potential. Incredibly ambitious in the last generation and pioneering in terms of its approach to storytelling and motion capture, it also had a difficult development that...
A city of undercurrents, where not everything is as it seems
Back in 2011, L.A. Noire was a revelation. It captured the feel of 1940s Los Angeles in manner that was so convincing and immersive that it put many live-action TV shows and Hollywood movies to shame; centered around the earnest and driven detective Cole Phelps, the now-defunct Team...
Retail version requires 14GB download, too
If you're planning on downloading L.A. Noire when it arrives on Switch, you may want to make sure you've got a MicroSD card installed, as the game is too big to be downloaded to the console's internal storage. Rockstar has revealed that the eShop version is a whopping 29GB in size. The S
The good, the bad & the controversial
Rockstar Games is a business powerhouse at the top of the gaming industry. Producing sales figures some developers could only dream of, with the Grand Theft Auto series reaching over 150 million copies sold, the studio rarely puts a foot wrong. On 7th September it was announced that 1940’s crime title...
Rumours still persist
Recently Rockstar announced that it would unfortunately be delaying its hotly anticipated title Grand Theft Auto V from a spring release to fall. This led people to believe that the studio had possibly done so to accommodate the development of a Wii U and PC version of the game. According to a tweet from GameSpot, Rockstar has...