A group of developers who claim to be uncredited for their work on Rockstar Games' L.A. Noire are speaking out.
"These people devoted their talent, creativity and passion towards the project and, as is common in the games industry, have not been credited because they were not there during the final month or two of production, or for some other subjective criteria," says a member of the group, who goes by the alias T.K. Rose.
L.A. Noire used a very advance motion capture setup for the detective drama that was able to capture anything the face did. Best of all, it would capture when the actors would screw up their lines too. Nothing creepier than a computer graphic tongue getting flicked out of someone's mouth. Gross.more
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