Deal: Grab LA Noire on Nintendo Switch for just £9.99

Deal: Act fast and you can grab LA Noire on the Nintendo Switch for just £9.99 – a ridiculously good deal.

Only the most hardcore Rockstar fans will remember the company’s attempt to bring GTA-style gameplay to a 1940s setting. While it never attracted the same fanbase of GTA or even Red Dead Redemption, LA Noire is still a fantastic game that is well worth a revisit in this remastered version for Nintendo Switch, particularly for the low price of £9.99.

LA Noire sees you take control of Cole Phelps, a Second World War veteran who returns to Los Angeles after the war to work for the LAPD. Over the course of the game, you’ll work your way through the different LAPD desks as you interrogate suspects, solve cases and uncover a major conspiracy in post-war LA.

Aside from the fact that you can now take the game with you wherever you go, the core gameplay has been altered to offer a far better experience than when the game was first released back in 2011.

Critics originally complained that the game’s interrogation system was too difficult to operate. This time around the game offers a more streamlined set of choices during the interrogation scenes, making for a far fairer process that’s miles away from the stress inducing moments of the original release.

Sainsbury’s are also selling The LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game on Switch for just £9.99. While not as action packed as LA Noire, LEGO Ninjago is a great co-op game for kids (as most LEGO games are) and definitely well worth a punt for under a tenner.

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