L.A Noire’s cutting edge motion capture technology shows its less murderous side in this comedy gag reel released today by Depth Analysis, developers of the MotionScan Tech. The video shows a host of characters from the game fluffing their lines, laughing and joking just as if they were filming a movie.
It took seven years to develop the technology that was used in L.A. Noire. The actors motion captured faces mixed with the fully designed bodies gave them strange and unnatural movements at times, even stranger in the video below.
We aren’t quite done with our ‘Our Games of the Year’ piece as three riders in the night have appeared ready to supply their thoughts on the best games of the past year. Hit the jump to see what Steph, Nick and Andrew had to say.…
Rockstar have announced that LA Noire will be making the leap to PC, with their Leeds studio heading up development on the title. Rockstar are promising improved fidelity and graphical improvements as well 3D integration and support for mouse and keyboard. You can read Ben’s verdict on the Xbox 360 version of the title over here.
This is good news for PC gamers who may have feared that Rockstar had abandoned the PC as a platform, here’s to hoping they can get around to porting Red Dead Redemption as well.
LA Noire is due for a release on PC this fall.
Character Assassination – Cole Phelps v Cole MacGrath
One of the things that set video games apart from other forms of media is the fact that you can control the main characters. As such we have a fondness for them; we hold them in a special place in our hearts. Some of course are better than others though, but how can we decide when our head is filled with emotions and nostalgia? Well worry not as this completely arbitrary competition will help you find out who the true heroes are. First up to battle are Cole Phelps from L.A. Noire and Cole MacGrath from the Infamous games. …