Indulge in Some L.A. Noire Fiction
L.A. Noire has managed to captivate gamers thanks to its gripping plot, fantastic adventure gameplay, and impressive 1940s vibe. If you've already beaten Rockstar and Team Bondi's awesome title on Xbox 360 or PlayStation 3 and want more L.A. Noire goodness, you're in luck. Last week the chapters of L.A. Noire: The Collected Stories were put together and distributed online as a single eBook.
If you're in the mood for a gritty, compelling read, don't hesitate to download this collection of short stories--some based on the L.A. Noire universe and some classic noir. Several online outlets are currently offering the collection, such as Amazon and iTunes. In case you're a gamer on a budget during these rough economic times, you'll be happy to know that L.A. Noire: The Collected Stories is selling right now for the incredibly low price of $0. That shouldn't burn too much of a hole in your wallet.
Despite the crazy E3 buzz last week, plenty of gamers actually managed to read through the entire collection in under week. So far, fans everywhere have been praising this piece of digital literature. GameZone's own Stephanie Carmichael had some pretty cool things to say about the L.A. Noire fiction.
Several notable authors have contributed to this series, including Joyce Carol Oates and Lawrence Block. With credentials like that, you can definitely expect some riveting literature. If you dig tales of corrupt criminals, sleazy women, and general 1940s debauchery, don't hesitate to download L.A. Noire: The Collected Stories.
(Thanks for the lead, Stephanie!)