L.A Noire Complete Edition - PC @ Instant Gaming - 4.40
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L.A Noire Complete Edition - PC @ Instant Gaming - 4.40

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Found 17th AprEdited by:"GameOverMan"
Posted before from CD keys, but this is the cheapest I've seen this game,

L.A. Noire Complete Edition Includes:

L.A. Noire
L.A. Noire: DLC Bundle
L.A. Noire: DLC Bundle

The Broderick Detective Suit
Boosts Cole Phelps’ fist-fighting abilities and resilience to damage. Throughout L.A. Noire, Phelps will inevitably encounter suspects or persons of interest who prove resistant to arrest. Phelps’ hand-to-hand fighting skills could be called into action in these cases and the Broderick suit, which enhances his fighting abilities, will help give Cole the edge in making that collar.

The Sharpshooter Detective Suit
Sharpens your aim with rifles and pistols. Always a worst case scenario for any Detective working a case, there are inevitably occasions when pursuing or confronting a suspect escalates to gunfire. In these shootout situations, the Sharpshooter suit gives Cole extra aiming precision to take criminals down.

The Badge Pursuit Challenge & Button Man Suit
Hidden around L.A. Noire's beautiful recreation of 1947 Los Angeles are 20 police badges to find and collect. Find all 20 of these badges to unlock the dapper Button Man Detective suit which provides extra ammo for all weapons. Each badge also provides 5 additional XP to help unlock Intuition Points – special credits that can be used to give Detective Cole Phelps a key investigative insight when he needs it most.

“The Naked City" Vice Case
Julia Randall, a stunning young fashion model with the world at her feet, is found dead, floating in her own bathtub. To the Homicide Squad it looks like a textbook society suicide - a glamorous life come to a nasty end - but coroner Malcolm Carruthers remains unconvinced. It falls to Detectives Phelps and Earle to work the scene, and determine which of Miss Randall's many vices finally killed her.

"A Slip Of The Tongue" Traffic Case
When a suspect caught behind the wheel of a stolen car claims to have bought the vehicle fair and square, Detectives Phelps and Bekowsky are unimpressed. When he produces a pink slip and bill of sale as proof, they sit up and take notice. There follows an investigation that will throw up bumbling car thieves, double talking auto dealers, and a theft racket that stretches across Los Angeles and the state line.

"Nicholson Electroplating" Arson Case
At 9.45 in the morning, a thunderous explosion rocks Los Angeles. City blocks are flattened and smoke and ash fill the air. Detectives Phelps and Biggs race to the site of the former Nicholson Electroplating plant to find a pile of unanswered questions. What caused the explosion? What were Nicholson's employees working on? And where are chief chemist Dr. Harold McLellan and his mysterious female assistant?

"Reefer Madness" Vice Case
Vice Narcotics receives a tip from one Freddie Calhoun, junkie, snitch and all around no-hoper. Freddie seems to be playing it straight for once, sharing information on a city-wide marijuana distribution ring. Detective Phelps and Earle will search, question and raid their way to the top of the operation, and in the process learn how the crooks could be smuggling fifty pound shipments of dope in plain sight.

“The Consul’s Car” Traffic Case
In ad dusty backlot, a gleaming new model Packard sits abandoned. Without an owner, without license plates, without even a full complement of wheels, the car could be headed for the scrapyard and the case for a dead end. But detectives do have one lead – the vehicle is registered to the Argentinean Consulate of Los Angeles. And there is the matter of a curious diary recovered from the scene…
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Good deal but game was very dull. Had it for years and tried to get into it every year but couldn’t get past the second desk.

Controls are very clunky, moving running shooting climbing everything. You DON’T want to drive anywhere cause all the locations are miles away - if you hit something that will affect your rating at the end of the level. The city is also pretty dead and there’s nothing to do in free roam

Story wasn’t gripping or emotional. It was very dull and never really picks up. Cole was very one-dimensional. You don’t know anything about him so when the twist came along later you’re not invested to care.

Also they use a lot of flashbacks and other character POVs to set up the end storyline but it’s really confusing when you first play it because these scenes have nothing to do with the level story. In fact Cole never meets them until Act 5.

if I could go back in time I would never have bought this game
Twizzar11 m ago

Good deal but game was very dull. Had it for years and tried to get into …Good deal but game was very dull. Had it for years and tried to get into it every year but couldn’t get past the second desk. Controls are very clunky, moving running shooting climbing everything. You DON’T want to drive anywhere cause all the locations are miles away - if you hit something that will affect your rating at the end of the level. The city is also pretty dead and there’s nothing to do in free roamStory wasn’t gripping or emotional. It was very dull and never really picks up. Cole was very one-dimensional. You don’t know anything about him so when the twist came along later you’re not invested to care.Also they use a lot of flashbacks and other character POVs to set up the end storyline but it’s really confusing when you first play it because these scenes have nothing to do with the level story. In fact Cole never meets them until Act 5.if I could go back in time I would never have bought this game


We all have those games we couldn't get into, mines Bioshock.
I want the VR version but it's way too expensive right now, they're asking for about £22 even though I own the main game.

Voted 🔥 for price.
Edited by: "SackCity" 17th Apr
It's one of those games you're better off playing on console.

30fps lock and if you try to unlock the frame-rate certain parts of the game become unpassable - also alt tabbing seems to break the game (and my desktop) as well, forcing me to logout
Edited by: "ryuugawagatekiwokurau" 17th Apr
ryuugawagatekiwokurau17th Apr

It's one of those games you're better off playing on console.30fps lock …It's one of those games you're better off playing on console.30fps lock and if you try to unlock the frame-rate certain parts of the game become unpassable - also alt tabbing seems to break the game (and my desktop) as well, forcing me to logout


It's locked at 30fps on console aswell, so what's the benefit of getting it over the PC version?
Remastered with updated textures on console, but still great fun on PC. No brainer at this price to add to your library.
I already have this on edition on my steam account, i also have the complete edition on the XBox 360, i wonder when i will actually get around to playing it. lol

Heat, this game does not have steam cloud support, so i lost all my saves last time, heat.
Twizzar4 h, 57 m ago

Good deal but game was very dull. Had it for years and tried to get into …Good deal but game was very dull. Had it for years and tried to get into it every year but couldn’t get past the second desk. Controls are very clunky, moving running shooting climbing everything. You DON’T want to drive anywhere cause all the locations are miles away - if you hit something that will affect your rating at the end of the level. The city is also pretty dead and there’s nothing to do in free roamStory wasn’t gripping or emotional. It was very dull and never really picks up. Cole was very one-dimensional. You don’t know anything about him so when the twist came along later you’re not invested to care.Also they use a lot of flashbacks and other character POVs to set up the end storyline but it’s really confusing when you first play it because these scenes have nothing to do with the level story. In fact Cole never meets them until Act 5.if I could go back in time I would never have bought this game


Controls and movement are clunky, but driving is the absolute worst.
It's one of the worst ports i've played, not far off from Saints Row 2. You tap A to edge left a little and the car swerves 45 degrees.
I regret buying it. It's awful.
Maybe Rockstar are bad at PC ports. I had problems with Manhunt, where the thing was broken and couldn't get it to work.
Edited by: "GameOverMan" 17th Apr
GameOverMan17th Apr

It's locked at 30fps on console aswell, so what's the benefit of getting …It's locked at 30fps on console aswell, so what's the benefit of getting it over the PC version?



I mean there's no benefit of getting the PC version.
Edited by: "ryuugawagatekiwokurau" 18th Apr
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