L.A. Noire News (PC)

L.A. Noire has become "an important franchise" for Take-Two

Posted: 09.11.2011 by Technet2k

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Take-Two CEO Strauss Zelnick has praised the "groundbreaking title" L.A. Noire for becoming their "most successful new release" this past fiscal year. Sadly, creator Team Bondi is no more.

Rockstar Games commands the L.A. Noire IP however, and from Zelnick's words it seems they'll be leveraging it in the future as he lauded it's "new standard" of quality and "cinematic art".

Physical interrogation was originally a part of L.A. Noire

Posted: 20.10.2011 by JonahFalcon

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Rockstar's VP of product development Jeronimo Barrera revealed in an interview that L.A. Noire originally had a "force" option for Cole Phelps, which would allow him to rough up suspects, but the option was dropped because players used it too much.

PC L.A. Noire late as dev "did not have the time" until after DLC

Posted: 19.10.2011 by Technet2k

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Rockstar's Jeronimo Barrera, VP of Product Development, reveals the PC version of L.A. Noire didn't 'begin development' until after DLC was completed.

They're "big fans of PC games" but had to wait until the console version and all its DLC cases were finished, and it's "important not to rush" the PC development.

Team Bondi will be shuttered

Posted: 06.10.2011 by JonahFalcon

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Team Bondi will officially be shuttered, GameSpot is reporting. After Team Bondi was placed into administration, with control handed off to a separate entity, it seems that according to Australian government documents the total closure of Team Bondie is inevitable.

L.A. Noire Complete Edition confirmed for PC in November

Posted: 28.09.2011 by JonahFalcon

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As rumored over two weeks ago, Rockstar Games has announced that the PC version of L.A. Noire will be released on November 8th in North America and November 11th in Europe.

The game will be released as a Complete Edition, meaning it'll include all the downloadable content that has been released for the game. In addition to the DLC, the Complete Edition will also add 3D support.