I still haven't picked up LA Noire, lol. Was too busy playing Skyrim for a few months, and right after I finished it, Mass Effect 3 came out. That game was so disappointing (mainly because of the ending) that it managed to remove any motivation to play anything for the last month after "beating" it. But LA Noire will be the next game I play, I think.
I was much too lazy to read through all of those paragraphs, but g_bassi, if you dig westerns, you definitely have to get RDR
I haven't played through a single player game in years, but I loved, loved, loved RDR. I'm pretty sure I just wandered around for 5 hours before completing the game, because I didn't want it to end. If I remember correctly, I did every side quest as well. I may have missed one or two along the way, but just because I loved the environment so much, I found each quest to be interesting and rewarding in its own way, just because it was more time spent in that little world.
For what it's worth, I was only able to play 2 or 3 hours of the last GTA before I got bored. But damn, RDR was right up my alley.
If they ever port it to PC, I would probably go out and buy RDR. I don't have a console to play it on though. At this point I've pretty much had most of the game (including the ending) spoiled, but it's still something I want to play through myself.
Also, GTA IV... I tried finishing it again a couple of months ago, but I gave up... again. There's just something about the game that makes it so bland.
Edited by g_bassi13, 04 April 2012 - 03:24 AM.