Posted on Tuesday, December 20th, 2011 at 10:26 AM by Guest
Sony confirmed that Rockstar’s hit crime thriller LA Noire will be available to download later this week on PSN. There has been no mention on the price yet however we can only imagine it will be the big blow of £49.99.
LA Noire was a massive hit for Rockstar earlier this year which saw you being dropped into the middle of the violence and corruption that had taken over post-World War II Los Angeles. LA Noire features crime-solving, clue-finding, car chases and shoot-outs along with a feature that saw a revolutionary change in facial expressions for games.
You will take on the role of a decorated war veteran called Cole Phelps that aims to rise through the ranks of the LAPD by solving murders and other crimes which eventually brings him face-to-face with the dark heart of Los Angeles during Hollywood’s Golden Age.
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