Frames of Preference: L.A. Noire

L.A. NoireOne of the most original gaming experiences I’ve come across in a while, 2011’s L.A. Noire is a game featuring a rich world that I’d very much like to revisit. From it’s inventive (if stressful) interrogation and dialogue system to its clues and hidden secrets, L.A. Noire is a game that fully immerses the player in the world of 1940’s Los Angeles. It feels like you’re in a film noir movie, helped in no small part by the game’s incredibly detailed facial animations. This screenshot is testament to how lifelike the characters in this game look, from the precise rendering of the actors’ faces to expertly designed period costumes.

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