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L.A. Noire script is sitting at 22K pages, says Bondi


Team Bondi has revealed that the script for L.A. Noire is currently sitting at 22,000 pages.

That's about as thick as a Stephen King book, there.

Speaking in the latest issue of EDGE, studio co-founder, Brendan McNamara, revealed the girth of the script.

"The script's up to 22,000 pages," he stated. "That's two full years of a TV series and probably 12 feature films. It goes a lot of places!"

Game's slated for the fourth fiscal quarter, which is the three months ending October 31, 2010, according to the latest financial release from Take-Two.

During the call to investors, it was revealed that one of the core titles slated for that time frame - L.A. Noire, Mafia II, Max Payne 3 and Sid Meier’s Civilization V - may get pushed into 2011.

Thanks, ConnectedConsoles.

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