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With L.A. Noire's Nicholson Electroplating downloadable content only a week away, it's about time we got some more information on it. Rockstar just released a brand new, shiny trailer featuring everybody's favourite policeman Cole Phelps and his trusted Arson partner Herschel Biggs.
The trailer itself is (only) 35 seconds long, but that's more than enough to know that this is going to be one hell of a DLC! Nicholson Electroplating is set to be released on June 21 for 320 Microsoft points or $3.99.
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Good news! TakeTwo just released a press release, detailing the upcoming downloadable content packs, as well as the Rockstar Pass.
First of all, every pre-order bonus has been released as seperate content, with prices ranging from $2-$4. All the pre-order bonuses can be bought in one pack with the Rockstar pass DLC for $10 as a temporary discount (until June 24th, when the price will be $12). The Consul's Car pack will remain PS3 exclusive.
Two new cases will be available for $4 each. First of all, there's the Arson case Nicholson Electroplating which will be released June 21st. The second case, Reefer Madness, is a Vice case and will be available July 12th.Read more >
Rockstar just announced that they will release new information on the upcoming L.A. Noire downloadable content, including the upcoming cases, pre-order bonuses and the Rockstar Pass downloadable content, next week.
Rockstar hasn't told us what the exact details are, though it's highly likely that Rockstar will announce the release dates of the upcoming DLC, and will officially announce Nicholson Electroplating.
Personally, I've been waiting for new DLC ever since I completed L.A. Noire, what about you guys?Read more >
Rockstar just released a press release stating that the first title update for L.A. Noire has just been released, featuring several fixes, including:
- Fixes for several in-game store issues including age-verification for DLC purchases
- Fixes for minor gameplay bugs and graphical issues
- Fixes for several minor plot/objective/conversation issues
- Improvements in stat-tracking and Social-Club integration
This patch will be downloaded automatically when you start L.A. Noire, and is required to play the game unless you're not online on Xbox LIVE or the PlayStation Network.
Personally, I haven't encountered any (major) bugs yet, what about you?Read more >
With only one day left for the release of L.A. Noire in the US, the reviews are starting to flood in from many major gaming sites, including IGN, Joystiq and Gamespot. Most, if not all, reviews are extremely positive about the game, and mainly compliment the great story and motion caption technology.
Below is a list of some of the reviews.
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