Posted on September 23, 2011 AT 03:24pm
THE BUZZ: When the release of L.A. Noire hits Windows later this year, is an expanded release of the game for Xbox 360 and PS3 coming along with it?
That’s the plan according to Eurogamer, who notes that an L.A. Noire “Complete Edition” has been spotted in the Czech Republic. Local publisher Cenega supposedly let slip the information on the CE release, which would assumedly bundle the original version of L.A. Noire together with all of the currently-existing DLC content.
EGM’s TAKE: This is one of the hesitations I have about the current gaming scene—it often makes far more sense for me to just wait and see if a game gets a “Game of the Year” (or whatever) edition instead of supporting it when it first hits. The video games market is starting to feel more and more like the home video market, where you’re never sure if the newest release of a movie is the one to pick up, or if a better, more feature-rich edition will be coming around the corner soon.
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