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From what I remember it doesnt have that many missions. LA Noire is great visually but falls flat in terms of story. If you are getting it for 20 bucks, go for it. Any higher Id wait a little while longer.
For how much. There is almost literally no replay value and free-roam is null. This doesn't mean its a bad game, and I play it from time to time trying to get 100% accuracy without using a guide. It is just very linear and to the point. There are "side missions".
They're street crimes that you respond to on the radio and consist of going to a bank and stopping robbers and car chases. Bottom Line: LA Noire is a very serious story game and it is amazing, but it is literally nothing like GTA 4.
Also, there is not as much gun play as you may think, and I think that most of the gun play was lackluster. I did enjoy investigating and solving cases as well as driving. I actually think you would enjoy a game called
The Saboteur. Read all of the comments, they say the review is a bad representation of the game. I think it deserved a 9. Lot's of stuff to do in this game. The best thing about
it is throwing na.zis off of 20 story tall sniper towers and hearing them scream all the way down.
OT: they really have to unblock the word N.azis considering there are games that use them as the main enemy.