Feb 10

Written by: Asylum News
2/10/2010 2:43 PM  RssIcon

by Brian Wray (Thryon)
L.A. Noire, the murder mystery set in 40’s Los Angeles has been confirmed by Rockstar Games for release on the Xbox 360. Prior to this announcement, L.A. Noire was a PS3 exclusive title developed by Team Bondi of Australia. Team Bondi had continually denied any possible Xbox 360 port as it indicated that the game was fully funded by Sony, but that was in 2004 and the publishing rights to the game had since been acquired by Take-Two Interactive. The game is expected to be released in September of this year.
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I am glad to see this game finally announced for the Xbox 360. Nothing I hate worse that companies playing us for fools. Kinda of like EA denying that Mass Effect 2 will be released on the PS3 when we all know this to be false. When was the last EA game that was released exclusive for a console apart from Wii games that require the Wiimote to play?

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