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Announcing the first details about upcoming downloadable content for L.A. Noire. Beginning today and continuing on through the summer months, several standalone cases, collectibles and challenges will be released via PlayStation Network and Xbox LIVE, including all of the pre-order exclusive unlockable bonus content as well as a free downloadable weapon.
Starting today you'll be able to purchase the L.A. Noire Rockstar Pass, a new way to pre-order and purchase DLC that gives players access to all of the upcoming downloadable content for L.A. Noire, available for a limited-time discounted price of just $9.99 on PlayStation Network) and 800 Microsoft Points on Xbox LIVE.
Then, later this summer, look for two brand new DLC cases. The "Nicholson Electroplating" Arson case (coming June 21st) and the "Reefer Madness" Vice case (coming July 12th). Below is the full breakdown of L.A. Noire downloadable content pricing and release dates.
Stay tuned for more details and information on these L.A. Noire DLC cases in the weeks to come.
"Chicago Lightning" Detective Suit (Free via the Social Club)
"Chicago Piano" Machine Gun (Free)
L.A. Noire Rockstar Pass ($9.99 PSN / 800 MS Points until June 14th)
"The Naked City" Vice Desk Case ($3.99 PSN / 320 MS Points)
"A Slip of The Tongue" Traffic Desk Case ($3.99 PSN / 320 MS Points)
The Badge Pursuit Challenge ($1.99 PSN / 160 MS Points)
"The Broderick" Detective Suit ($0.99 PSN / 80 MS Points)
"The Sharpshooter" Detective Suit ($0.99 PSN / 80 MS Points)
Available June 21st
"Nicholson Electroplating" Arson Desk Case ($3.99 PSN / 320 MS Points)
Available July 12th
"Reefer Madness" Vice Desk Case ($3.99 PSN / 320 MS Points)
"Rockstar has turned out its most pointed, and poignant, statement with L.A. Noire. The game tells a deeply moving and
relevant story that speaks to the player because it feels so possible... The Rockstar hallmark — gritty, believable,
wry dialogue — is on full display."
- The New York Times
"Here's what's most amazing about L.A. Noire: Rockstar Games and Team Bondi could have easily cranked out a GTA-style
game set in this era and had a pretty strong title. However, they stepped outside that box and delivered a truly unique
detective drama with detailed crime scenes and intense interrogations. That's enough evidence to label L.A. Noire
as a potential game of the year."
- USA Today: 4/4 Stars
"With computer games now out-selling DVDs it was only a matter of time before we had a game that could compete
with Hollywood's storytelling - and L.A. Noire might just be it.... Without doubt one of the finest games you'll play all year – and
a benchmark for those to come."
- Stuff: 5/5
"Rockstar and Team Bondi have created a game that nothing else even comes close to. We can't even draw comparison to
anything else, because we can't think of anything remotely like it... Book your holiday now, and if you can't, get ready to
call in sick. Make sure you break up with the missus/mister as well, 'cos you ain't going nowhere."
- Maxim: 5/5
"with L.A. Noire, the partnership of innovative technology and assured craftsmanship demands your attention in ways
other games don't. If you look away from Rockstar's latest, you could fail to notice something important–a clue to another
evolutionary offshoot of what modern video games can be. You don't want to miss that; you'll need the evidence for later."
- Techland: 9.1/10
L.A. Noire - ESRB Rating: MATURE
with Blood and Gore, Nudity, Sexual Themes, Strong Language, Use of Drugs and Violence
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