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Submitted by Gwynne Dixon on July 12 2011 - 15:19

Rockstar and Team Bondi release the second and final instalment of DLC for LA Noire...

Rockstar has announced that the second instalment of DLC for LA Noire, 'Reefer Madness', is now available for 320 Microsoft Points (£2.72) over Xbox Live. The DLC is due to go live over PSN for £3.19 tomorrow.

Gamers who've already purchased the Rockstar Pass for LA Noire will receive this final instalment of DLC totally free of charge. The Pass is still available for 960 Microsoft Points (£8.16) and provides access to the previous 'Nicholson Electroplating' DLC Case and all pre-order incentive Cases for the game at no extra charge.

You can find 'Reefer Madness' screenshots below and a trailer for the DLC here.

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By: Anonymous

Added:Sat 28th May 2011 14:39, Post No: 61

post: no 60

While it is easy, its not that easy. You still have to look for evidence in some times larger areas, and if you do miss it, it could affect your interrogations, which are done well, but there shouldn't be only 3 options in a conversation. The game is a long crime thriller. It take around 25  hours to 100 % it, and you can still replay cases and do things differetly then before. There is alot of action in this game, but the core of the game is the clue finding, and the interrogations.


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By: Anonymous

Added:Wed 25th May 2011 02:27, Post No: 60

L.A. Noire is a huge miss.  It's simply not fun.  It's not really even a game.  It's this semi-interactive narritive.  Nothing I do matters.  Everything is way too easy, and lacks any soul.  There is no real detective work,  the game will tell you what's important evidence, no need to think.  Then it tells you to go to point x and talk to y.  Someone runs from you, insert boing foot chase, return to station, case closed.  Rinse and repeat 20 times.  BORING!


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By: Peter Corr

Added:Sat 21st May 2011 15:07, Post No: 59

finally rockstar is using the amount of disc space needed to make such a feature rich game.  looking forward to this tonight when home from work!  8-)


By: Tom Hampson

Added:Sat 21st May 2011 13:09, Post No: 58

brilliant review chris! i cant wait to give this game a go! 

 


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By: Anonymous

Added:Thu 19th May 2011 14:37, Post No: 57

@post 56,  yeah only cuz they were in such a rush though.  they could have, if their publisher wasn't impatient and greedy, spent 5 years on production (like GT5, or deux ex for example) and make it outstanding.

also, not trying to start a flame war, i don't even know how big in GB gta4 is, but if they'd have made it too big, it would have taken more than one disc for the 360 version, which i doubt microsoft would have been happy about, especially as they forked out money to rockstar for the timed exclusive content.


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By: Anonymous

Added:Thu 19th May 2011 08:28, Post No: 56

It would of been hard to mimic a san andres craziness with the new consoles for gta4. There was too much too focus on; realism, multiplayer, graphics. I just hope that now they have gta4 and its mechanics down really well they can build a crazy san andres kind of game.


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By: Anonymous

Added:Wed 18th May 2011 18:29, Post No: 55

i really hope gta5 is better yeah.  i'm not being a child and boycotting them or anything hehe.  the biggest thing for me was all the reviewers giving it 10/10.  it makes me paranoid that they were all paid off, OR that they simply rushed the game to get the first reviews out there.  either way, they're not helpful to us, the punters, what-so-ever.  i tend to only bother with video reviews nowadays as they show live what they're talking about (in good video reviews).  meh, here's hoping both LA and GTA5 are back on 'san andreas' form anyway!  8-)


By: SegaBoy

Added:Wed 18th May 2011 12:12, Post No: 54

I do agree that GTAIV wasn't as good as San Andreas - but Rockstar benefitted from delivering a more cinematic experience that didn't necessitate the time and costs of creating something as extensive as San Andreas. Remember it was the first GTA on this hardware, like when GTA3 first appeared, perhaps GTA5 will be something all together grander...


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By: Anonymous

Added:Tue 17th May 2011 21:53, Post No: 53

@post 50

i disagree that's all.  the game wasn't even technically as good as the ps2 game san andreas.  it was as big, had more loading times, and some ridiculous graphical glitches.  (goto the top of a building on san andreas with a sniper rifle, then do the same on gta4, you will see the glitches i'm talking about).  the story and characters were just no where near as gripping as san andreas.  they DID ignore the FANS and what they were asking for.  they went backwards.

don't get me wrong, i know i'm in the minority here, but i thought gta4 was an absolute massive let down.  and that's simply my opinion, not stating a fact.

la noire looks ok, but i'll be renting it first, as with every other rockstar game from now on since gta4.  (i rented Red Dead, and didn't buy it afterwards).


By: SegaBoy

Added:Tue 17th May 2011 16:02, Post No: 52

And also @anon 15:51 - wise words, you know exactly what you're talking about...


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