L.A. Noire can be beaten by anyone, but will you get the full story that way? Like any good noir book or movie, things are complicated with backstabbing and reversals. Luckily, here are some guides to give you as much or as little help as you want on this gritty 1940’s crime game.
While the facial recognition technology in L.A. Noire is an amazing achievement, other elements of the game need improvement. Parts like the action sequences, characters and side missions often felt repetitive or shallow.
However good the premise of L.A. Noire is, it’s far from perfect. Story and plot spoilers abound in the following article, so if you haven’t played the game yet, bookmark this article and come back afterwards. You’ll certainly agree with all of these complaints once you’ve seen them yourself.
Things are going to change a bit. We’re going to see a bit of the case from Kelso’s side, and chase down the arson conspiracy from inside. I’ll help you investigate the scenes, protect Kelso from Leland’s thugs and ultimately get the evidence that you need.
This is it. This is the grand finale. Phelps, Herschel and Kelso are going to bust open the entire conspiracy, expose all the corruption and take out a shocking number of dirty cops and hired thugs. If you need help with this final case, just look here. I’ll get you through it.
It seems like we have a new license to continue the case. It’s time to crack down on Benson’s part in the conspiracy, and answer a very polite invitation to Monroe’s estate in the appropriate manner. If you need help with either section, look at the article below.
Well, it’s finally time to actually put the clues together and find the real Dahlia killer (Werewolf). This means a bit of puzzle work and a long drive around the city, for the grand finale of the homicide desk.
We’re now moving on to the vice desk to try and get to the bottom of the new supply of army surplus morphine. This means cracking open several illegal businesses, tracking down the lost supply and taking out the distributors to stop the deaths.
It’s time for the big finish to the army surplus morphine heist. We’re going to get caught in the middle of a war, as Sheldon’s men battle with the mob for a fortune in drugs. If you need help with the battles or securing the case, then look here.
We’ve actually got a big break from the overall arc. We just need to look at a new scam in a prize fight, and figure out a tangled web of betrayals and backstabs. If you need help with this case, just look for more information below.