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L.A Noire is a really good game. I love playing detective and hearing my colleagues talking smack to me everytime i find a clue. As for the trophy list it's not that bad, it's very easy and just a bit grindy.

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Yes, this is a really good game. I loved this game. If you like story based game then you are going to love this. Most of the trophies are easy. The only hard one is driving 50+ cars in the game. Get it you wont regret it. 

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I was wondering if L.A Noire is worth getting & does it have a good trophy list.

 

I really loved it, but then I love detective stuff from that era. I think that if you like it to, the chances are much higher that you'll enjoy this game. The trophy list is straightforward, but I seem to remember that there is one involving car collection that was a bit of a pain in the ass to get. 

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The first 3 desks are excellent, but it goes a bit saggy towards the end, the subplots dont work etc. Still recommend a play though, it's a unique experience.

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It's amazing. I played it a few years ago on my old account and I definitely don't regret it. Give it a try.

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Great game, but if you expect it to be like GTA then don't bother. It's even better imo.

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Yes, especially since it should be pretty cheap by now

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Get it. Nothing else needs to be said. I recall that it was on sale recently for like $8, but I'm sure you could find the GOTY edition with all DLC for less than $20

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If you like the 40s/50s, police investigations/interrogations, freeroam gameplay (or all of the above), you'll find a lot to like in the game.  The interrogation system is pretty fantastic in my opinion, and my favourite part of the game.  I love trying to read people's faces and watching their body language.

 

Above all, the game is dead cheap now.  There's no reason not to get it if you're interested in the game. :)

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Its okay especially for the price, but I found it to be quite repetitive after a while though. 

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You should definitely get it, it's a fantastic game

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Definitely. It's one of my favorite games on the PS3, i thought all the cases were really good, and because it's settled in the 40's, makes it incredibly beautiful.and addictive.

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Good game, can be a bit annoying doing things for the Platinum but the story and gameplay is pretty good overall.

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LA Noire is one outstanding game, just for the story the game's worth it. The platinum is not hard to get, but find every hidden items my take some time

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I watched a playthrough by someone named 'TheMediaCows' of LA Noire right on the day it was initially released. I was turned off not just for the slower gameplay style but also because every other character seemed to be a jerk or a whiny person. Fast forward to 2013 when I bought the game (including all the DLC), I enjoyed it much more so. This is the kind of game that takes a while to get sinked into, but once that happens it's hard to let go. Sadly for various reasons I had to stop playing on my PS3 for awhile which is why I haven't gotten far into the game.

 

Just started playing again last night and I'm on the first Traffic detective case. It's definitely worth a purchase and it's a real tragedy that Team Bondi no longer exists. I have to wonder if we'll ever see a sequel. If it takes place in the 1950s during the height of the Red Scare and McCarthy hearings I'd be ecstatic. Hollywood historically had a lot of problems regarding people who were seen as Communist, I think the developers could add a story twist to what happened in the early-mid 1950s and go from there. The noire genre was still around in the 1950s, but for the most part it ended when spy movies and surfing became the trends in the early 1960s.

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Great game but make sure you play it in bursts, no marathons.

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