While only a few new screenshots for L.A. Noire may not seem like much, for me, it is enough to carry my excitement along until Team Bondi and Rockstar Games puts out the next big trailer. You know how those guys are when it comes to that stuff; it's always got to be a whole production.
As someone who has sort of grown out of Grand Theft Auto, I'm hopeful L.A. Noire will speak to me and anyone else that would rather progress through a story with non-violent actions. Presumably, the detective you play as here will be more willing to ask questions first, unlike your Niko Bellics of the world.
That's not to say action should be outlawed or anything. Let's just make it less of a regular occurrence, so when it does happen, it's more meaningful. Is that too much to ask?
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