Reports indicate that the physical version of the critically-acclaimed L.A. Noire will cost more on the Nintendo Switch than it does on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One.
Rockstar Games announces four new versions of L.A Noire, confirming the detective game will be released on PS4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and HTC Vive.
Rumors emerge regarding a possible LA Noire remaster, with recent industry rumblings indicating that the hypothetical revamp will support VR and include a first-person mode.
A former producer at Team Bondi confirms that the Australian-based team is no longer working on Whore of the Orient, which was meant to be a successor to L.A. Noire.
A new screenshot and details released on Team Bondi's website have cast new light on 'Whore of the Orient.' The project is being developed for next-generation consoles and PC - and looks to have an intriguing story to tell.
'LA Noire' might carry a little bad mojo after original developer Team Bondi went bankrupt, but that doesn't phase Rockstar, who is still mulling over a sequel.
Similar to the 13th Interactive Achievement Awards, Naughty Dog has a strong running to sweep the awards ceremonies with 12 nominations for 'Uncharted 3,' but not without a fight from 'Skyrim,' 'Portal 2,' 'L.A. Noire', and 'Arkyham City'.
The nominations for the 12th Annual Game Developers Choice Awards have been announced, with 'Skyrim', 'Batman: Arkham City', 'Portal 2', 'Deus Ex: Human Revolution', and 'Dark Souls' all in the running for 'Game of the Year.'
As revealed by former Team Bondi head Brendan McNamara, Cole Phelps sounds so intense in 'LA Noire' because his interrogation options weren't originally called truth, doubt, and lie.
Team Bondi, developer of this year's standout 'L.A. Noire,' has been forced to declare bankruptcy and is now in the process of being purchased by KMM Studio.
In a recent interview, Team Bondi revealed their inspiration in 'The Wire' for future projects and hinted that Rockstar has something big in the works.
The head of Team Bondi may be satisfied with the success of 'L.A. Noire,' but that isn't stopping the studio from thinking of how next-gen consoles could add to their technology.
With the last DLC pack released, Rockstar swears that 'L.A. Noire' isn't finished with the game yet. So what's in store for the title now?