Rockstar has released the official trailer for Grand Theft Auto 5. The game releases for current gen consoles PS3 and X-Box 360 on September 17. Until then, let the trailer tide you over.
A woman, beaten and bruised, lies dead across a set of railroad tracks; she has a crack in her skull and rope burns around her neck, but at least she still has her clothes on. Poor girl, she is just another notch on some sadist’s trophy belt. How many victims does this make anyway? The papers are calling the killer “The Werewolf”; people are in a panic. We have to catch this person.
From the crime scene we check out her known hang out spots – bars, liquor stores, and back alleys; the places she called home. The store owner said she was sick – that she needed to drink, but he also said she was a good girl and that he tried to help her by keeping a cot for her in the back. He seems like an upright guy, but something is off – the twitch in his grin and his wandering gaze leads me to believe that I’m not getting the whole truth. Press B to doubt.
L.A. Noire is the latest sandbox title from Rockstar, and it is something wholly different from the lawless “do whatever you want” titles that precede it. It forces you to be slow, methodical, detail-oriented, and a good judge of character; it captures the essence of what it means to be a detective – for better or worse.
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast, the crew is taking a look at the Bryan Lee O’Malley’s epic Scott Pilgrim series.
The series is about 24-year-old Canadian Scott Pilgrim, a slacker, hero, wannabe-rockstar, who is living in Toronto and playing bass in the band “Sex Bob-Omb.” He falls in love with American delivery girl Ramona V. Flowers, but must defeat her seven “evil ex-boyfriends” in order to date her.
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