L.A. Noire is still an interesting game to play if you haven't yet played the 2011 thriller. But its remaster can't hide the poorly aged mechanics and animation work, which really shine through this time.
Lootboxes and microtransactions are popping up in just about every big blockbuster game these days, much to the chagrin of many gamers. Still, people are buying them en masse, and that's only going to become more prevalent.
Those who prefer to keep their video game solitary have often wondered why GTA V didn’t receive any of its promised single-player DLC.
It’s because it didn’t need it. At least, that’s the story Rockstar’s touting now.
Rockstar Games was ahead of the curve 15 years ago already when it released GTA: Vice City to massive acclaim. Essentially a Goodfellas version of Miami Vice, Vice City was the 80s to the grodie max brah and mixed with GTA’s trademark sense of satire. Satire which the Psychic Reader’s Network has taken umbrage with according to the Wrap, as they’ve decided to sue Rockstar Games over the character of Auntie Poulet.
LA Noire may not have been the best game to ever come out with a Rocksteady label on it, but it was a solid game nonetheless. If you’ve been keen to play it again, then here’s some good news: You might soon be able to do just that. Once you pay for it again of course.
Red Dead Redemption 2 will take a little longer than anticipated to be completed, shifting from a late 2017 release to sometime in 2018 instead. And you know what? That’s fine, because launch windows really don’t matter. That’s the word according to Take-Two president Strauss Zelnick, who claimed that a game such as Red Dead Redemption 2 could afford to launch whenever it wanted to.
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