A game with high expectations, and as my eyes did not reach them. The game certainly has a good idea, but it all collapses like a house of cards because of several notable shortcomings. The story is seen at the big picture very poorly written and repetitive. Each new case begins the same way, the future is the same in each case and approaches equivalent to cope with the crimes. It quickly becomes monotonous and tedious to get to a crime scene, search for clues, ask the people against the wall with a few questions and then seize the man believes he is guilty. Much of the game's emphasis is placed on interrogations and hearings. Where do you get a check of some selected questions and it does not really matter if you do these properly or fails on almost all points. The output is just a single.
There is a locked games seen to be unable to affect anything yourself. There is only one way to go and what you do and how you do it does not really matter at all. Which is very dull, especially when the story does not manage to involve all. I was honestly expecting something in the same direction as Heavy Rain made sure the interactive part and how they affect the story itself.
The characters are another feature that is woefully dull. One finds no sympathy whatsoever for any of the game's characters. Everything feels stiff and actually quite boring.
The game clocks in at nearly 24 hours of play time. And for my part, it was really long hours, very long hours. But I really wanted to play through the entire story to get a whole and not feel any suction in the future to resume the game. And to some extent, I was rewarded. For the game begins during the last hours to offer entertainment and intensity, and the variety the game had completely missed until then. The finish is really good and interesting appearance significantly.
LA Noire is in many ways a good game, but usually even a boring option. However with greater variety and better story had this could have been so much better.