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I'm finally playing L.A. Noire, I was highly interested in it since it was released and bought it a while back in a sale.Yup. At some point I realized the only reason I wanted to finish was because I’m a sucker for noir. Pretty good story, nicely detailed (albeit lifeless and on occasion jarringly inaccurate) reconstruction of LA... awful game.
5 hours into the game and I want to love it, I really really do as this game is a dream come true in concept. But in execution... man it's just terrible. I will beat it though and when I do I'll explain why it's such a disappointment.
Considering that I'm able to return the audio to normal by unplugging all controllers, is this feasible? If the trace were broken, I would think it would be impossible for the system to render audio output at all. I lack any technical expertise here, though.Well, under this theory, it’s more like it’s broken, but the broken bits are close so they act according to something that changes ever so slightly physically or electrically when the controllers are plugged in. You can often get this sort of behavior on thin cables that have been constantly unplugged and replugged into the side of a notebook computer for some time, as the physical stress near the connection wears down the wires until you can only get it to work by holding it at an angle... it’s pretty much a recipe for a fritzy circuit.
I've seen consoles do some funky things in my time, so I wouldn't dismiss any theories...
What's the rules on spoilers for a game that's been out for almost 25 years? I'm a huge proponent of spoiler tags, and I'm wary to give any info that could be spoilerish away to people asking, but even I have to say the game has been out for 23 years.There are no real rules, but if I had to make one up, I’d say that the bigger the ruination, the bigger the stain on your karma. There is therefore no expiration date.