Choosing the 11 best games of 2011 was mighty tough, given the absurd amount of amazing games that came out these year. But then again, that’s never a bad thing.
It’s a great week if you’re into the college life: football, illicit substances, and science experiments gone wrong!
Maybe L.A. Noire’s Detective Phelps isn’t the best at solving crimes, but the guy’s pretty handy with a pencil and note pad. Maybe Walt Disney has some openings.
TIme to see if Phelps can figure out the body language of someone high as a kite. For a dude that can read a 14-yr-old girl, he’s got his job cut out for him.
At long last, L.A. Noire is finally here. Oh, and two other notable releases you may want to investigate in.
Check out this walkthrough of how the game will play out. Turns out, it’s not going to be quite GTA-like as many thought, but that’s totally fine.
Women are turning up dead in L.A. and the police are on the trail of a killer. ‘L. A. Noire’ takes the seedy corrupt world of sex, crime, and showbiz that permeated Los Angeles during Hollywood’s golden era and puts it into game form.