The questions have always been similar: "Where did it go?" "What's Team Bondi and Rockstar doing?" "Is it still coming?" Well, we've got good news: Rockstar really is planning to tell us all about the mysterious L.A. Noire .
According to GameSpot , the game we first heard about way back in 2006 is still in development and in fact, things are going "splendidly." Better yet, we "won't have much longer to wait" concerning fresh details and a progress report. This is Team Bondi's first project and while some gamers have been losing faith in the game, you needn't concern yourself with the dreadful "vaporware" term. L.A. Noire is set in a "perfectly recreated Los Angeles" and players will have the opportunity to solve a series of dark murders in their own way. There will be some open-endedness involved in this particular story, and the film-noir premise features all sorts of atmospheric bonuses, including old-time gangsters, corruption, and even a bit of jazz. And no, the game isn't still exclusive to the PS3, as Rockstar has said it's coming to "next-gen consoles," which presumably includes the Xbox 360. We don't really care about this; we just want to hear more about the game, just because the entire concept sounds very, very intriguing. Also, be sure to check out the second official trailer through the link above.
So stay tuned for the info that is surely headed our way regarding L.A. Noire . We know a lot of you have been hoping for such news for quite some time, so just be patient a bit longer…
Related Game(s): L.A. Noire