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Must Watch: The Technology Behind Rockstar Games’ ‘L.A. Noire’
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Back in November, we helped to show off a great trailer and impressive screenshots for a game that’s been catching eyes everywhere: L.A. Noire.

The game comes from Australian developer Team Bondi and publisher Rockstar Games, who are responsible for a couple of titles you may have heard of like Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption. L.A. Noire takes that same type of open world, hop in a mode of transportation and travel to your destination type of game we all love so much, but adds an insane cinematic tone and gameplay that requires you, a detective, to investigate and solve crimes.

The big selling point, however, has to be the shocking realism that has been achieved with the characters in the game. Incredible detail goes into every face you’ll see or talk to (which plays an important role in the game when you need to read whether someone is lying to you or not), and you’ll want to weep with joy when you see how accurate their animated lips synch up with every word spoken.

Speaking of this detail, there’s now a feature showing off the technology that went into making L.A. Noire so realistic, and you can see how it all works by clicking on over right now. You shan’t regret.

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2 Comments »

  1. Too bad it’s not coming out for the PC. I would have bought it.

    Comment by Steve — January 7, 2011 @ 12:25 pm

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