Are you a fan of “Grand Theft Auto”? Then you need to know the other side of the GTA creators, a popular game focused on detective work (paradoxically, yeah) based in 1940s’ Los Angeles: L.A. Noire. It first came out on 2011, but it has been so successful that there are other versions coming out soon, including a virtual reality version “L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files.”
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We are huge South Park fans, so this article definitely called our attention. Check this fantastic article of Kyle Orland on Ars Technica and give us your opinion. What do you think about this feature? Have you played the game?
Kyle Orland is the Senior Gaming Editor at Ars Technica, specializing in video game hardware and software. He has journalism and computer science degrees from the University of Maryland. He is based in the Washington, DC area.