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L.A. Noire Announced for PC

L.A. Noire is the latest epic title to come out of Rockstar. While L.A. Noire is actually the product of Australian studio Team Bondi, it shares many of the same characteristics that make it fit right in amongst the rest of Rockstar's open world games.

Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 gamers got their L.A. Noire delivery in May, and now it's confirmed that the game will be headed to PC this fall. Rejoice, PC gamers!

Rockstar said in a statement:

Developed by Rockstar Leeds and built to run on a wide range of PCs, L.A. Noire's robust feature customization includes keyboard remapping and gamepad functionality to both optimize and customize performance and user experience. Along with increased fidelity and improved graphical enhancements, the PC version will also feature 3D support for an even greater sense of interaction and immersion within a painstakingly detailed 1940s Los Angeles.

Now with L.A. Noire PC-bound, Rockstar fans can refocus their complete attention on hoping for a PC version of the most excellent Red Dead Redemption.

  • Tamz_msc
    Yippeeeeeee! Now lets just hope its doesn't turn out like GTA IV did.
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  • azathoth
    GTA IV all over again?

    I'm just going to wait for the reviews. You got to be careful now days before you buy any game, especially PC games now.
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  • eddieroolz
    Heards it's an excellent game. Maybe I'll try it out one day.
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  • joytech22
    YES!! YES...! I was soo close to buying it on my 360 but I just KNEW it would pay off to wait a little longer!
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  • oneblackened
    wewt.
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  • Shaun o
    Why do I get the feeling it will be a port from the xbox 360, where the frame rate suffers in the pc version.
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  • eklipz330
    i heard it can be a real bore
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  • Khimera2000
    shaun oWhy do I get the feeling it will be a port from the xbox 360, where the frame rate suffers in the pc version.
    I agree. if it was ment for PC they would of made an announcement for PC at the same time, but i never really heard any news till now. I pridict that it will go the same way as other ports. It will piss off a bunch of PC users, will still not be able to take full advantage of the PC be it bad code or sucky cut and paste libraries, and will look like it belongs on a consol and not a PC.
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  • mman74
    Played it, finished it, loved it. Don't know why they bother with the port. Either they release it together and let people chase what platform they buy on, or they don't bother and leave it console only.
    As a result it looks like they it is destined for a half-baked job based on the expectancy that sales will be low.
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  • JOSHSKORN
    I've learned my lesson. DON'T buy anymore games for PC. I've got this killer graphics card (DirectX 11) and sadly most games don't even make use of it.
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