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Hope you all enjoyed the second gaming setup video, sorry but I wasnt quite finished when I made the first video because i still had to add on a couple of things.

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  1. L.A. Noire to me seems underrated today. I can see the letdown for the people who got this game closer to when it originally was released because of all the hype it received and especially since it was a Rockstar game. At first glance this game seems like an action/third-person shooter game. However, most of the game is actually an adventure/puzzle game with parts that turn into cover-based third person shooters(mainly side quests like street crime cases or the end to a case).If you can get over the fact that the game is more of a puzzle game, and it does require a lot of thinking and good deductive reasoning during interrogations/interviews, you’ll have a great experience.Story: – Set in the late 1940s to early 1950s, the first half of the game focuses on a fictional depiction of “The Black Dahlia” murder, which is put together perfectly and executed nicely in the game. The second half focuses on the main character’s post-war problems. I’d say the first half is a lot better than the second half of the game. Nevertheless, this game has mastered a unique way of storytelling, which makes the game ten times better.Pros: – Characters are memorable and unique. – Side quests are actually pretty fun and offer a relaxing break and change of pace from the main story. – Storytelling at its best. – Actually challenging puzzles (mainly interrogations/interviews as one wrong answer can greatly effect the case’s outcome). – Immersive atmosphere (it really feels like driving around a 1950s L.A.) – The action bits are extremely fun. – Fast travel – Graphics are basically the same as any other Rockstar game (Grand Theft Auto, Red Dead Redemption, etc). Shouldn’t really effect anything since it is a game and not a movie.Cons: – Driving is really annoying (I guess it’s realistic though). – You can skip some cutscenes and you can’t skip others. – Interviews/Interrogations take forever if you try to do it right (without cheating). – CollectiblesOther: – I got 1060G on one playthrough with all DLC cases (four extra). – If you’re on the border about which DLC cases to get, if you get any and not the Rockstar Pass(gives all four cases), get the electroplating case (they should have put it in the regular game).Buy this game if: – You want to experience a well thought out story – Have moderate patience – Enjoy puzzles – You want to be a copDon’t buy this game if: – You want fast-paced, or even medium-paced, action (it’s a pretty slow game) – it’s more than $20

  2. Very fun game. However there are some gruesome parts that are not suited for younger children. Detectives examine dead people, including dead children, so you do too. Soon, you’re investigating a series of similarly gruesome murders in the wake of the Black Dahlia killing (which was never solved in the real world), and you eventually uncover a city-spanning conspiracy.As you progress from the traffic department to homicide, vice and arson, you tackle 21 cases that should each take 60 to 90 minutes to complete your first time through. The gameplay is actually quite simple. You walk around crime scenes, waiting for your controller to buzz in your hands to tell you to pick up a clue. Then you interrogate witnesses and suspects, listening closely, watching their facial expressions and piecing together the clues to decide if they’re telling the truth (and, more important, whether you have enough evidence to prove they’re lying).If you miss a clue or react incorrectly to an answer, that doesn’t mean that you fail; it just means that the case may unfold differently. There are some action sequences, like chases and shootouts, but if you fail one of those a few times, the game just lets you skip past it, so those of slow reflex and clumsy thumb need have no fear.Instead of action, the focus in L.A. Noire is squarely on basic storytelling elements like narrative, character, setting and plot: 322 actors delivered voice performances for the game, and their efforts are generally superb. The Rockstar hallmark — gritty, believable, wry dialogue — is on full display.Yet none of Rockstar’s previous games have been so emotionally powerful.That’s because the big theme here is the difficulty soldiers have in readjusting to civilian life and the profound social trauma that can result when that goes awry. As one of Phelps’s partners remarks on the way to another murder scene, Los Angeles in 1947 is awash in young men who got used to killing every day in the war, then returned and were expected to take orders from their wives. Not all of them could.As L.A. Noire unfolds, through flashbacks the game also tells the story of Phelps’s own war history and his fraught relationship with the men under his command. Without giving away the plot, the stories of past and present end up colliding in spectacular, heartrending fashion. Like so many of his suspects, our hero has demons of his own, and like so many of his suspects, he does not handle them easily.The accounts and effects of post-traumatic stress among World War II veterans upon their return are not often brought up, probably because the war itself was a huge victory for the United States, and because the country soon embarked on a huge economic boom. In that sense these stories have been obscured. L.A. Noire treats this very human reality with a deft, mature hand that lends all the police-procedural gameplay an emotional heft rarely felt in video games.

  3. The game starts off kind of slow. I’m sure this is only so the player can get used to how things work within the game, but once you get past the first case, there is so much to do. You can continue the story line (getting cases from the Police Department) or play “side missions”, which are just as fun in my opinion. Some of the cases require a car chase (which I am usually opposed to) but after three failed attempts at trying to capture the suspect, the game gives you the opportunity to skip that part without affecting the story line, so I was quite pleased with that. The visual effects of the game are incredible and if you’re a TV fanatic or movie buff like I am, you will spot several actors within the game. It has been a really enjoyable experience, however, I’m not sure it has any replay value.

  4. Love this desk. Arrived in great condition even though some reviews had broken/missing parts. Its the perfect size for my PC and at the perfect price. All and all I am very happy with this 🙂

  5. Arrived very quickly. Just what I needed. Holds my 4 remotes and a listing of channels which I rolled up and put in the middle. Excellent product and excellent service by seller.

  6. This caddy works great and holds all of our remotes perfectly, my favorite function is how it spins! It appears to be well made and is aesthetically pleasing vs having all of our remotes strewn about the family room. Our remote(s) don’t seem to get lost as often, now that our kids know where to put them when they’re not in use. There are enough sections in the caddy for all of our remotes and then some!!! We use the extra spaces for storing coasters, pens, and hand lotion.

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