Earlier on today we provided you with 5 crucial tips for the highly anticipated L.A. Noire game, ahead of tomorrow’s North American release. Now we have a bit more L.A. Noire —related news, only this time it’s regarding the early reviews that have now started surfacing online.
Although there are quite a few reviews available, we thought we would just take a look at just four of them. With that in mind, here is our review round up before release. The first review comes from Oli Welsh over on the eurogamer.net website, who gave the L.A. Noire game an overall score of 8/10.
As this reviewer notes, the L.A. Noire game has players cracking a total of 21 cases in succession, with many of them lasting for around 40 minutes to an hour. Oli says that although the gunplay does have some awkward controls, they are excused by the Call of Duty-style snap aim.
Next up is a review from Adam Barnes over at nowgamer.com, who gave the game an impressive overall rating of 9.3/10. The most impressive feature of the L.A. Noire game in Adam’s opinion is its skilful direction. Adam says that the game may not be perfect, but it is a breath of fresh air.
Now we move on to a review from Neon Kelly at videogamer.com. Neon gave the upcoming L.A. Noire title perfect score of 10/10, describing it as a masterpiece. One point that this reviewer made is the fact that the game’s frame rate does dip a little, although the game still looks incredible.
The final review is from Hilary Goldstein over on the ign.com website. Hilary’s overall score for L.A. Noire was 8.5 of 10. This reviewer said that although the game has great performances, a good soundtrack and some killer dialogue, it did unfortunately leave them a bit cold.
You can read what else these reviews had to say via the links provided above. Are you getting the L.A. Noire game?