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Game Informer pulls the sheet off the body of L.A. Noire

4:30 PM on 02.04.2010

Nick Chester

Former Editor-in-Chief (2011)

Surprise! Rockstar Games L.A. Noire actually exists!

Game Informer has revealed its March issue and as some had expected, the cover features the billion-years-in-development title. The magazine's 10-page spread mentions that the title will feature an "astonishing reconstruction of 1947 Los Angeles," and uses a "groundbreaking facial-animation system." Lip curling and eye-brow twitching confirmed.

You know what this means? Expect a flood of L.A. Noire details soon, as the magazine hits shelves and mailboxes, and Game Informer (two words) likely backs it up with some solid online content.

Check Game Informer's page to see full art, which actually spans both the front and back of the magazine. Spoiler: There's a dude wearing a fedora, a trench coat, and there's a dead body. Shocking, I know.


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