#1FeiturfroskurPosted 7/4/2010 2:28:59 PM

Why is it called L.A. NoirE?
Isn't it supposed to be Noir, no E at the end? (not that I'm questioning rockstar's game naming abilities)

#2antsrock2Posted 7/8/2010 7:19:46 PM
#3RedWave247Posted 7/13/2010 5:50:20 PM

Noire is the spelling for the French word of "black", so maybe there's some French elements to the game.

#4cordsmanPosted 7/14/2010 9:34:50 PM
Or maybe the main detective is a member of the KKK. Ya nevah know.
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#5Illusions1980Posted 7/18/2010 1:46:08 PM
imo it's a play on words... it's a "noir" style game, basically literally a "Hollywood crime drama", but it's also "black"... dark...
#6007britzPosted 7/27/2010 6:24:48 PM
noir is the word for black in french and it is the masculine form, noire is the feminine because the noun "Los angeles" is feminine apperantly
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#7netobsessive05Posted 8/6/2010 7:07:28 PM
it has an e at the end? cancel my preorder!
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#8SixContreTousPosted 8/7/2010 9:17:46 AM
Wait for it... San Marino Giallo
#9sweedePosted 8/7/2010 9:34:21 AM
Because its set in Compton, 1987.
#10SixContreTousPosted 8/7/2010 9:43:40 AM
As far as this year's line of games is concerned, anything is possible concerning a sequel, I was referring to San Marino outside of Italy though, because Rome Giallo would just sound ridiculous. 1987 wasn't a bad year though, so it's a start, I'll tell R* right away.