L.A. Noire script is over 22,000 pages long

Team Bondi’s upcoming detective game L.A. Noire is no silent playthrough. The developer has revealed that the game script is currently 22,000 pages long.

Yowza.

“The script’s up to 22,000 pages,” Team Bonid co-founder, Brendan McNamara, told the April 2010 issue of EDGE magazine. “That’s two full years of a TV series and probably 12 feature films. It goes a lot of places!”

L.A. Noire releases later this year for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.

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