Quick Quotes: L.A. Noire “appeals to a really broad church,” says Team Bondi

By Stephany Nunneley, Friday, 20 May 2011 22:07 GMT

“We think [L.A. Noire] appeals to a really broad church, and one of the phenomenons we’ve seen a lot when we watch people play the game is that they’ll play it, or their wife or their girlfriend will play it, and two or three people will play it together like they’re watching TV. Three people can be entertained playing the same game and that’s a bit of a phenomenon. So far it’s been very appealing to women too, which is great. I think women are pretty good at reading whether people are lying or not.” – Team Bondi’s Brendan McNamara. (via Gamespot, Gamerzines.)

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