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Man Is Born Crying. When He Has Cried Enough, He Dies

by Rainier on Nov. 10, 2010 @ 12:00 a.m. PST

Keep an eye out later today for the first trailer from Rockstar's L.A. Noire! I doubt it will reveal much — maybe just a few teasers and mostly cinematics — but who knows? Maybe it will be all in-game footage and have a release date. We'll know in a few hours, but I'm actually curious and looking forward to checking it out.

I'm currently downloading Call of Duty: Black Ops off Steam. I'm first going to check out the single-player mode, and I'm hoping that the story is somewhat compelling. My main issue with modern warfare titles is that you don't stick with one character or a group of people who you can follow through the game. Hopping from character to character doesn't really pull me in or make me care for my persona. By the time you connect, he either dies or you move to another soldier from another branch, country or theater of war.
Keep an eye out later today for the first trailer from Rockstar's L.A. Noire! I doubt it will reveal much — maybe just a few teasers and mostly cinematics — but who knows? Maybe it will be all in-game footage and have a release date. We'll know in a few hours, but I'm actually curious and looking forward to checking it out.

I'm currently downloading Call of Duty: Black Ops off Steam. I'm first going to check out the single-player mode, and I'm hoping that the story is somewhat compelling. My main issue with modern warfare titles is that you don't stick with one character or a group of people who you can follow through the game. Hopping from character to character doesn't really pull me in or make me care for my persona. By the time you connect, he either dies or you move to another soldier from another branch, country or theater of war.
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