New L.A. Noire Gameplay Trailer Is Holy Crap Amazing

By: 02.11.11  •  3 Comments

Slide slide slippity slide…

Holy dog meat, Rockstar Games/Team Bondi just released a new Gameplay Series: Orientation video to their upcoming interactive title, L.A. Noire. I don’t care how many times you slug me in the face and and call me a “nerd”, I can’t shut up about just how visually stunning this video game looks. Best yet, the entire 3:36 video (after the jump) is comprised purely of in-game footage. Pretty ballsy, if you ask me -and you should ask me, because I’m an extra ballsy kinda’ guy these days. *crosses legs*

In the game, players assume the role of Cole Phelps, an ex WWII hero who’s now decided to become a police officer, in 1947 Los Angeles. Inspired by actual crime files and cases from the era, Phelps works his way up through the ranks, moving players from department desk to HQ.

Using new motion scan technology, a process which uses 32 hi-def cameras to capture the facial structures and movements of the actors, L.A. Noire is looking to leave you declaring, “I can’t believe it’s not butter!” It just looks that good. Finally scheduled with an official May 17th release date, be sure and get your motor humming with the big gallery and video starting on the next page.

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