L.A. Noire Remastered
Finally Nintendo Switch receives a high level port. L.A Noire was ahead of his time and still looks great. Its complex narrative not only delves into a genre not too common as the detective, but also is a crude reflexion of the USA after the Second World War. A must-have.
Review in Spanish | Read full review
I'm still a big fan of what L.A. Noire tries to do, and with the improvements to interrogations and visuals, it's certainly worth giving it a go
An excellent police procedural in a lackluster remaster
L.A. Noire was a unique game that deserved a second chance.
L.A Noire is probably Rockstars most underestimated title, and it holds up surprisingly well even today.
Review in Swedish | Read full review
Though LA Noire's open world and graphics may not have aged nicely, its core aspects still work surprisingly well.
L.A. Noire is a great game. The six years since its original launch haven't changed that.
The Nintendo Switch version of L.A. Noire finally does justice to a game that deserved a little bit more consideration when it first came out, six years ago. The porting is far from perfect (especially in TV mode), but the gameplay suits perfectly the idea of playing on the move.
Review in Italian | Read full review
One of the best detective games of all time, L.A. Noire on PS4 will certainly give you bang for your buck thanks to its improved graphical prowess and neat package containing all of the original's content. It may not be the greatest looking remaster overall, but visuals aside, it's still the engaging storylines and the complex characters that you'll come back for. Team Bondi may have been shot three days before retirement, but its spirit lives on.
The PS4 version of Rockstar's noir detective thriller is the definitive way to play L.A. Noire and stands as an appealing prospect for old and new wannabe sleuths alike.