Review: L.A. Noire on Nintendo Switch is a perfect and inventive use of the hardware

Posted By   thegamer's Avatar thegamer   on November 28th, 2017 Report

It's hard to believe that L.A. Noire would be the game to take advantage of just about every single feature the Nintendo Switch and manage to express these features in an impressive way. Surprisingly, L.A. Noire feels like it belongs on the Nintendo Switch - it's truly a match made in heaven.

The Nintendo Switch might be the best place to play Rockstar's port. If you want the best possible performance for the game you’re going to want to pick up the Xbox One or PS4 version, but you really can’t go wrong with the Nintendo Switch version either.

It looks like Rockstar really went out of their way to make sure this game makes the most out of the Switch's hardware. There's a lot of input options, controllers, motion, or touch screen. It's cool to see such effort put into a port and seeing Switch stand out from the PS4 and Xbox One versions because of unique hardware and ways to play the game, instead of just being about graphics and frame rates, is a testament to how neat Switch is.

Overall, they were really happy with how the game controlled and the tons of options for ways to play. And the game seems to run just fine, too.

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