L.A. Noire just came out and no one behind the game has made any official announcements about an L.A. Noire sequel, but this is what Strauss Zelnick, head of Take Two, had to say about L.A. Noire on a call with investors today: "We have every reason to believe that L.A. Noire is another strong franchise for this company." And... "We do see this as a powerful new franchise." This man sounds like he's ready for sequels. No word from the game's developers at Team Bondi and Rockstar if they want to do it again.
Sounds Like L.A. Noire's Publisher Wants L.A. Noire 2 And L.A. Noire 3
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