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Video: First-Look Trailer For ‘L.A. Noire’ With Kevin Scott Allen From Rockstar Games

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CHICAGO – The first proper reveal of the new video game “L.A. Noire” from Rockstar Games was released on Thursday. The game, which is coming in 2011 to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, features TV stars Kevin Scott Allen and Aaron Staton.

Allen has appeared in “Desperate Housewives,” “Mad Men,” “Cold Case,” “Prison Break,” “Criminal Minds,” “The Sopranos,” “24,” “Alias,” “L.A. Heat,” “Unsolved Mysteries,” “Dragnet,” “General Hospital” and “The Young and the Restless”. Staton stars in “Mad Men”. The new trailer for “L.A. Noire” can be watched now below.

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lead actor

The lead actor of the game (as evidenced by the trailer) is actually “Mad Men” actor Aaron Staton.

http://gameinformer.com/games/la_noire/b/xbox360/archive/2010/11/11/l-a-…

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Thanks!

Anonymous wrote:
The lead actor of the game (as evidenced by the trailer) is actually “Mad Men” actor Aaron Staton.

We’ve updated the article to include him. Thanks!

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