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Old 10-26-2012, 10:37 AM   #5
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Default Re: L.A. Noire or Heavy Rain

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Originally Posted by glidedrxlr22
On first impressions I went with Heavy Rain. It was a unique experience. One of the best stories around. LA Noire looked great, but I just didn't want to play another sandbox game.

By the way Bucket, I loved Demon's Souls and passed it after 50 hours. I started Dark Souls and have yet to go back to it, but I know I just can't pass up playing it. No other franchise frustrates and rewards you at the same time. You gonna get the extra content dlc that came out?...I believe it's a new area with some new bosses and a fighting arena for player vs player and group vs group.

Noire is actually very linear. Not much exploration to be done outside the separate cases. I wasn't a huge fan of the game but it was fairly well done.
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