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“L.A. Noire” Stands as Formative Chapter in Video Game History

When Rockstar Games released “L.A. Noire” in 2011, The Guardian wrote, “"Ever since it first worked out how to assemble pixels so that they resembled something more recognisable than aliens, the games industry has dreamed of creating one thing above all else—a game that is indistinguishable from a film, except that you can control the lead character. With 'L.A. Noire,' it just might, finally, have found the embodiment of that particular holy grail.
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