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August 3, 2014

Top 5 revolutionary games of all time

5) LA Noir.

LA Noir was released in 2011 and is set in Los Angeles in 1947. You play a detective who used to be a soldier iworld war 2, but now has to investigate a series of crimes, usually murder. The gameplay was you going around town trying to solve these cases, whilst also dealing with you personal life.

This game is in this list because it was the first game to introduce motion capture into videogames. Where as before everything is computer animated and actors just spoke into a microphone, in this game they would record the actors face and place it within the video game so that you could pick up on the little actions that the actors would do (so you may spot a [...]

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August 2, 2014

Portal 3 (and others) confirmed

Here at Synapse, Valve has always been an underlying theme in some of my articles, be it with their upcoming gaming device Steam machine (see best game console) or the fact that they are notoriously known for only taking any successful game series to up to 2 games, Left 4 Dead and Left 4 Dead 2, Half life and Half life 2, Portal and Portal 2.

Valve has in recent history been known for leaking information that later proves to be false, as can be seen in the video below, as featured in the article linked above;

However, unannounced Valve has released what is believed to be the works of Portal 3 still in Alpha stages (the first test). Rumours stated that they were working [...]

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