L.A. Noire Bloopers

L.A. Noire was one of those games I was SO into before launch. During conventions I stood in line for (cumulative) hours just for a glance at behind-the-scenes screenings, not to mention I spent countless hours fascinating the lump of flesh between my ears re: the technology — MotionScan— that used to capture the actors’ fine faces. And while I didn’t buy L.A. Noire at launch, it was added to my arsenal shortly thereafter. I WAS GOING TO PLAY IT SO HARD! But, uh, today as I take a peek at my game shelf, there sits L.A. Noire. In the shrink wrap. Untouched.

For shame.

But after seeing this video, I’m aaaaaaall about L.A. Noire again. And by “all about it” I mean as soon as I wrap Dead Rising 3 up I want to give it a shot. And by “give it a shot” I mean I’ll try to finish it up by the time inFAMOUS: Second Son launches because at that point my life is basically over. That gives me a solid month, right?

Seriously, though, this technology continues to blow my mind. I mean, look at those bloopers! The faces look flawless. Perhaps when we live in an era like we do this stuff isn’t considered “mind blowing” by most, but I still think it’s pretty freakin’ cool.


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