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Does anyone think that some of the older characters ever met Jack Marston from Red Dead Redemption? He would be 52 at the time of this game. I imagine Jack becoming a Lawman and it would be a cool twist to see an older Jack as a Lawman/Cop in La Noire 2 if it ever gets made.
Am I the only one who feels that Rusty Galloway was inspired by Clint Eastwood's Dirty Harry as well as actor John Wayne?
Do you think they had just a mentoring relationship or were they lovers?
I am trying to piece the full story of the Morphine Trafficking story in the Vice chapter. Here goes,
It started with Phelps' platoon returning through the SS Coolridge and decide pull a heist in order to sell the stolen goods, specifically the morphine to earn some money what they thought they deserve for the war.
Sheldon sells the drugs to Cohen or more specifically, Lenny to sell the drugs. However, Lenny is selling wholesale instead doling slowly which results many addicts death and police attention. Cohen wanted to buy the rest of the morphine to later put in a vat and water down to supposedly reduce the morphine concentration. Sheldon knowing it results more death, refuse Cohen's buyout and been targeted.
Sheldon met Kelso to solve the drug problems and decide to gather the rest of their old unit. They meet with Cohen and threaten to drop the drug demand. Despite the threat, Cohen is unfazed and decide to kill the whole unit involving the heist to threaten Sheldon to hang over the rest of the drugs.
Sheldon consults to his mentor, Fontaine and confess of his crimes. Fontaine offer Sheldon to hand over the drugs to him and he will sell the drugs legally and the money invest in the Suburban Redevelopment Fund. Unbeknownst to Sheldon, Fontaine is just a drug dealer who sell addicts through his clinics.
Phelps and his partner, Earle, exposed Lenny's operation and seized 1/3 of the morphine with the rest under Sheldon who dole it out slowly before giving to Fontaine. Despite Phelps closer to expose the drug operation, the corrupt LAPD uses Phelps affair with Elsa to distract the Allen scandal and demote him to Arson before his resignation.
Did I get the story right?
Are there mods on the PC for this game?
This is really more me hoping they make another installment of Noire and they add an honor system like RDR2 were you can be clean or dirty and it should be set in the 70s during the cocaine cowboys stuff so instead of just threatening to beat up a guy for info you have the option to actually do it and it would affect how the department and civilians might see or treat you but to an extent because civilians wont see all the dirty stuff you do but the more dirty you are and depending on whether your partner is dirty or not they could treat and trust you accordingly then the whole game is you deciding whether to take down the coke operations or help them succeed but you would be putting yourself on the line in the process and that's how you add more shootouts for the people who thought la noire was to much walking and not enough shooting even tho I loved La noire I like the more emphasis on detective work and being promoted plus the interviews were fun even when the acting wasn't good it still made me laugh and the street crimes made up for the lack of shootouts
(edited by Garrett Taylor Griffin)
I'm a big fan of L.A Noire and am curious to know what are some of everyone's favorite detective style games? I recently went through a bunch of detective games for a list I put together (link below), but L.A. Noire is definitely my favorite of the bunch and few other games gave me the same feeling that this one did. I really loved The Wolf Among Us as well and think that's probably the best thing that Telltale released. Even if it's pretty different from those two games, I'd love to hear some recommendations from everyone!
What was Albert Lynch's demonstration in "The Gas Man" supposed to reconstruct? I mean, what was Ira Hogeboom modus operandi, exactly?
How could Kelso prove Curtis Benson's bribery through his SRF stock shares? What does it mean "what did you use as collateral?". If someone could kindly explain this passage of the inquiring to me, i'll appreciate. Thanks
I'm referring to "A Polite Invitation" and Benson's interrogation, specifically. Although i comprehend the eminent domain scheme, i do not understand how Kelso was able to demonstrate Benson's bribery through his shares, i didn't understand that part of the dialogue.
(edited by ThomasBisaschi)
Is the tale of Cole Phelps a tragedy or one of redemption or is this a false dichotomy?
I know a lot of fans, including myself, would like to know where the majority of the locations are from the game, so I’ve created this map using Google Maps MyMaps which includes the full Star Map locations, some historical locations not on the Star Map but are in real life, some in-game locations and the full Bus Route from the mission where you have to follow the Bus. I’ve also added some really cool facts from what I found around the web and in historical books. I hope that you enjoy the map.
Is Cole phelps a religious man?
how was everyones new year!
Please I can't find a guide for vinyl collectable and romantic books
Is the dlc for la noire on ps4 free?
I haven't played this game yet but I have a PS4 Pro and was thinking about getting the new console version when it releases for the 4k graphics. I wonder why they planned it for the VIVE but not for PS4 VR though. Anyone planning to play on VIVE? Personally I'm still waiting for prices to come down before making the VR jump on any platform.
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