L.A. Noire potential actors confirm development


Rockstar’s already confirmed that development on L.A. Noire is running along smoothly, but if that’s not enough for you, maybe some tweets from the game’s potential actors will be.

“At an audition for a new video game from Rockstar. It’s set in LA & film noir. Lots of fedoras in this waiting room. LOTS!“ tweeted Curtis Anderson.

“Just auditioned for an upcoming game from @RockstarGames called LA Noir, hope I book it!“ tweeted Beau Ryan.

“Just auditioned for LA Noire video game. Pretty cool idea.“ tweeted Angel Fajardo.

Look forward to a release sometime in the future for PS3, 360 and PC.

Thanks, superannuation.

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