Rockstar Games has announced 1940s detective game LA Noire for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and a spin-off virtual reality experience for HTC Vive. All three console games are coming 14th November. There's no date on the VR game.
The controversial L.A. Noire developer faces the music in this frank new interview.
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The company behind L.A. Noire's uncanny face technology has released a gag reel for the game.
Editor's note: This week sees the re-release of L.A. Noire on PS4, Xbox One and Switch, and to mark the occasion we thought we'd return to Chris Donlan's piece on playing through the game - still one of the very best things ever published on Eurogamer, he'll hate me for saying - which first went live back in 2012. Enjoy!
L.A. Noire PC version The Complete Edition now supports DirectX 11, courtesy of a fresh title update from publisher Rockstar.
OnLive has no idea when its iPad app will launch.
Following this morning's announcement that the cloud gaming service had begun rolling out on tablet devices, users noticed only the Android version was available.
Now, over 14 hours later, the iOS app is yet to materialise.
OnLive, the streaming gaming service, is rolling out on tablet devices from today.
L.A. Noire promised much: an authentic recreation of 1940s Los Angeles, a detective story in the L.A. Confidential mould and faces so good you could tell when the characters were lying. Its launch was met with millions of sales and impressive review scores - but at what cost to publisher Rockstar, developer Team Bondi, and its controversial creator Brendan McNamara?
Brendan McNamara begins his Bradford Animation Festival 2011 presentation with a story. His first visit to Yorkshire was to Huddersfield as a much younger man, playing for a north London cricket team. He batted first - not McNamara's speciality, as he's more of a bowling man. As the bowler ran in, he put his foot forward to the pitch of the ball and tried to whack it as hard as he could, just as he'd been taught as a schoolboy.
Brendan McNamara, founder of now shuttered developer Team Bondi and writer and director of L.A. Noire, is making the video game of what he describes as "one of the great untold stories of the 20th Century".
L.A. Noire main man Brendan McNamara has discussed criticism of the body animation in open world detective game L.A. Noire, specifically why some thought they were "dead from the neck down".
L.A. Noire's Complete Edition will arrive on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on 18th November, Rockstar has announced.
Development on the PC L.A. Noire: Complete Edition did not start until all work on the game's console brothers was complete, Rockstar has said.
Developers who worked on L.A. Noire are owed nearly £900,000, legal documents have revealed.
Administrators have decided to close acclaimed but beleaguered Australian developer Team Bondi, the creator of L.A. Noire.
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L.A. Noire: The Complete Edition launches on 11th November in Europe for PC, Steam and OnLive for £39.99 / €49.99, Rockstar has announced.
North American gamers get it three days earlier on 8th November for $49.99.
The Complete Edition was previously spotted in a listing by Czech publisher Cenega, which spilled the beans last week.
An L.A. Noire Complete Edition has been spotted in the Czech Republic.
Uncharted 3 developer Naughty Dog, and the actor that portrays Nathan Drake, Nolan North, have given their opinions on the lauded facial animation system used by Team Bondi to create L.A. Noire.
L.A. Noire developer Team Bondi has entered administration, according to a new report.
Movie tie-in Happy Feet Two, the game made by the company rumoured to have rescued L.A. Noire developer Team Bondi from bankruptcy, hits the UK this autumn.
The rumour is apparently true: Team Bondi all assets and IP and be folded into KMM productions, the company owned by Mad Max maker George Miller.
Critically mauled shooter Duke Nukem Forever will be profitable for publisher 2K Games and parent company Take-Two.
Rumour has it that Team Bondi is struggling to find a new publisher following allegations of unfair working practises levelled at the Australian studio.
Brothers Sam and Dan Houser, the founders of Grand Theft Auto maker Rockstar, have climbed The Guardian's annual list of the 100 "most powerful people in television, radio, newspapers, magazines, digital media, media business, advertising, marketing and PR".
Controversial Team Bondi co-founder Brendan McNamara has blamed Blu-ray's disc size for L.A. Noire shipping without its planned Bunko and Burglary cases.
It's been a good week for Western developers on the notoriously parochial Japanese software chart, with LA Noire and inFamous 2 taking the top two spots.
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Two former Bondi staffers, speaking to Eurogamer sister site Gamesindustry.biz under condition of anonymity, claim Rockstar's relationship with Team Bondi reached such a low point during the course of the creation of 1940s crime adventure L.A. Noire that it now has "disdain" for the Australian developer.
The International Game Developers Association is investigating L.A. Noire developer Team Bondi following reports of brutal working conditions at the Australian studio.
Rockstar has announced a PC version of dark detective drama L.A. Noire for release this autumn.
In development at Rockstar Leeds, the PC version of Team Bondi's thriller promises 3D support, improved graphical capabilities and gamepad functionality.
Retail and digital versions will be available.