L.A. Noire screens from the Vice desk

In L.A. Noire, protagonist Detective Cole Phelps will work with Vice partner Roy Earle to track down the killer of two jazz musicians and drug junkies, both found dead in a squalid apartment in Los Angeles.

Vice detectives are those that “plunge themselves down into the seedy underbelloy of LA.” Their cases “defy your worst and lowest expectations of humanity.” The above case is only one of the group. Vice detectives investigate druggies, pimps, pushers, prostitutes, bootleggers, gangsters and mob lords alike. Today’s set of screenshots dive into the world of Vice.

Check out the screenshots at the gallery.

Screens from L.A. Noire Crime Desk #4 of 5: Vice [Rockstar Games]

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