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L.A. Noire director's next game is Whore of the Orient


11:00 AM on 11.28.2011
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L.A. Noire writer/director Brendan McNamara is getting back on the saddle following Team Bondi's demise, putting together a brand new game with a rather flavorful title. It's called Whore of the Orient, and word of its development comes by way of Aussie production company KMM.

No details have been provided, but McNamara says the game is based on "one of the greatest untold stories of the twentieth century." It would seem very possible that the subject matter concerns Mata Hari, the courtesan who was executed in Paris on suspicion of espionage. 

I loved L.A. Noire so I'll definitely be intrigued by whatever he has coming. That said, KMM is also working on a Mad Max game, so Brendan will have to work extra hard to draw my attention. Because, y'know, Mad Max!

LA Noire creator's next game is Whore of the Orient [Videogamer]






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