Story - 82%
Graphics - 70%
Audio - 77%
Gameplay - 80%
Replayability - 75%
LA Noire makes it to the Console of the year, the Nintendo Switch.
I have very excited to play this game on the Nintendo Switch, partly because I have never played the game before and partly because it is the first big 3rd party game I will play on the Switch. The game follows detective Cole Phelps career as a policeman and how he progresses through the various detective stages.
The game plays like GTA or Mafia in an open world Los Angeles in 1947. The story progress is cool as it will start you off slowly in regard to your detective duties and then it becomes much harder where you will sit at time not completely sure who is telling the truth and who is misleading you.
I love how you need to investigate scenes, interrogate suspects and make deductions. It ads a unique gameplay to other similar games where you just run and gun or hijack cars and cause chaos.
The game looks good, not as good as the PS4 or Xbox One version but still very good. The game plays very well on the Switch even with the little graphic glitch here and there.
The only caution flag is the size of the game. You need at least 29GB if you want to digitally buy the game and even if you buy the physical version there will be some downloading you have to do.
A great game to play on your Nintendo Switch and definitely worth looking at if you are a fan.
Reviewed on: Switch
Available on: PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Switch
Age Rating: Teen +
Publisher/Developer: Rockstar / Team Bondi
Estimated RRP: R679
Release Date: 14 November 2017
- Love the detective stuff
- Works great on the Switch
- Some minor glitches