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The game takes place in the year 1947 in the city of Los Angeles, a city of glamour, fame, and wealth, but also where crime, vice, and corruption are rife. The player assumes the role of Los Angeles Police Department Officer and later Detective Cole Phelps. The game starts with Phelps as a uniformed patrolman, and follows his career as he advances through the police department bureaus of Traffic, Homicide, Vice and Arson. Instead of missions or levels, the game assigns the player with cases. Each desk gives the player a new partner who will help Phelps in his investigations. After each case, the player will receive a rating of 1-5 stars depending on their performance in both interrogations and searching for clues. When searching an area for clues to the crime, in some cases, players can also find newspapers. Besides reading the story, the newspapers give access to a short cinematic that covers a part of the game's overarching plot or a flashback to Phelps' war memories. Near the end of the final desk, Arson, the player assumes control of Phelps's old Marine comrade Jack Kelso, who becomes the protagonist for the rest of the game; although different in appearance and personality, he controls identically to Phelps.

Comments and reviews

Brilliant game.

DrZepto
DrZepto
November 09, 2015

so realistic faces

mobin70
mobin70
April 08, 2015

Rockstar's games are all awsome

mobin70
mobin70
April 06, 2015

Nice game have2have

FlexonBa
FlexonBa
March 13, 2015

Great game !

Lawa
Lawa
March 08, 2015

Nice Story! And Nice Gameplay

Poscus
Poscus
February 04, 2015

Jeu techniquement très réussit au gameplay original, novateur et très efficace ! Enjoy !

hoffnung57
hoffnung57
January 28, 2015

This game is super awezome and great to. Have playd it fully one time now with dlc-s and new stuff started again and gonna play second time over. One of the best police and detective game i have ever seen and playng. Story is great and amazing and different missions and secrets. Recomend this game for house who love investigating and police things.

kunnallu

Realistic graphics,interesting story.But it is a little,well, ,,high,, class.Needs good pc to play this.But all in all great game needs a little help sadly but still good.

Sova

Brilliant detective game. We need more games like this. You are on the good side of the law and solving cases while driving around an old city of angels. The story is well crafted and the expressions of people is still impeccable up to this date. A good game to play with a friend on your side or your significant other.
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L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files

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L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files Has Been Rated For A PS4 Release

L A Noire The VR Case Files for PS has been rated by PEGI which handles game ratings in Europe The PEGI- rating which was discovered on ResetEra is identical to the rating handed out for the game's PC release citing bad language and violence Strangely the rating has since disappeared from the site but the screenshot in the original thread remains An August release date is listed but since that date has already been and gone it's clearly just a placeholder The PC release of L A Noire The VR Case Files rebuilt seven of the cases from the…

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Red Dead Redemption 2's DNA: How GTA5, Bully, LA Noire, And More Influenced The Sequel

Red Dead Redemption is set to be one of the biggest video game launches of the year and you can read all about it in our Red Dead review For years now Rockstar Games has created huge compelling worlds and filled them with activities that span the gamut from the weird and wonderful missions of Grand Theft Auto San Andreas and Bully to the drug-addled stumble through chaos and destruction that is Max Payne Then there's the deliberate and considered investigation gameplay of L A Noire the more grounded realism of Grand Theft Auto IV and the focus on characterisation--both…

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L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files Released for Oculus Rift

Rockstar has announced that L A Noire The VR Case Files finally has Oculus Rift support and is now available with the update implemented on Steam and in the Oculus store The VR version of the game released in December with HTC Vive compatibility after being pushed back from its original November release date The VR game is a scaled-down experience of the original title centring around seven cases that have been built from the ground up specifically for VR Continue reading…

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LA Noire: The VR Case Files Review

LA Noire The VR Case Files goes the extra mile to adapt Rockstar and Team Bondi s detective game to room-scale VR on the HTC Vive While you re still solving a disconnected selection of the same cases from the original version just about everything you interact with has been rethought to be hands-on in an interesting way Note that it does work fine on Oculus Rift but only if you use the homebrew fix to bypass the hardware check Searching around a crime scene and reaching down to pick up a piece of evidence off the ground or a…

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L.A. Noire: The VR Case Files Review

To refer to L A Noire The VR Case Files simply as a VR port does it a disservice In many ways the game feels like a fresh experience with its new first-person perspective coupled with interactive environments Despite its truncated length you get the sense that Rockstar put a lot of work into The VR Case Files It certainly has flaws but raises the bar for what a good VR port should look like You play as the familiar detective Cole Phelps as he tries to solve several mostly unrelated crimes within s Los Angeles Perhaps the biggest difference…

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