New L.A. Noire Screenshots: The Art of Interrogation

by on January 17, 2011

Here at God is a Geek HQ, we are eagerly anticipating the arrival of Team Bondi and Rockstar Games 1940’s detective caper, L.A. Noire. It also seems like they enjoy releasing new screenshots of the game on a regular basis. Thankfully, today is no exception!

Once again, the screenshots show off the games, quite frankly, amazing visuals. However, this time the emphasis is put on showing the facial features of a suspected criminal when it comes to your character interrogating them.

There’s plenty of car chases and shootouts in┬áL.A. Noire, but it’s how the game creates gameplay out of human interactions that makes it truly groundbreaking. Observing a suspect, analyzing their behavior and knowing when to believe or doubt them – or when to confront them with the evidence you’ve collected – is the real test of your skill as a detective. Asking the wrong questions could cost you precious time or clues, and falsely accusing a suspect could cause them to clam up completely, depriving you of a precious source of information. MotionScan is the technology that makes this gameplay possible, but it’s up to you to make the most of every opportunity. Here are four new screens straight from the interrogation room.

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As you can see, the game is a bit of a visual powerhouse! Be sure to keep yourselves posted to GodisaGeek.com for more info on L.A. Noire in the next coming weeks.

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