By Ian McCabe
It’s that time of year again, the time where Rockstar Games throws the gaming world into a flutter with its latest release. This year they, along with Team Bondi, have decided to break the mould with their 1940s detective adventure, L.A. Noire. Much has been made of the game’s use of facial technology prior to its release; add Rockstar’s impressive track record with the likes of GTA IV and Red Dead Redemption and expectations were bound to be high. So, let’s don our best fedoras, get our notepads ready and put on some Ella Fitzgerald tunes as we explore L.A. Noire…
By Marty Mulrooney & Duncan Voice
With AMO still growing every day, it is sometimes difficult for us to get our gaming reviews out the door as quickly as we would like, especially with huge titles such as Red Dead Redemption. On the plus side, this can often give us a far more extensive amount of time than our competitors to fully complete a game and offer a clearheaded verdict once the hype-leaden dust clouds have settled. For players who have already finished the game and newcomers finally ready to bite the bullet, this multi-format review will cover RDR’s single and multiplayer modes in-depth, on both PS3 and Xbox 360.