Rockstar Games and OnLive make L.A. Noire mobile

The most impressive thing about OnLive is that it works. The most exciting thing about OnLive is that it could change everything in terms of how we play games. The cloud gaming service streams titles directly to your TV (via the OnLive console) or PC. For those who’ve embraced the service, it means no more discs, no more long downloads and installations, and no more trips to your local game store. Following the release of OnLive’s Android app, comes news of a partnership between OnLive and Rockstar Games to make L.A. Noire a truly mobile experience.

The new touch-enabled version of L.A. Noire is now available exclusively through OnLive and will be compatible with its Android app. This means that you can start an investigation on your PC or TV in the darkness of your room at night and continue grilling suspects for clues with your tablet the very next day.

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The recently announced version of L.A. Noire is one of 25 OnLive titles that have been updated for touch-enabled play with the app.

Here’s the rest:

Ancient Spirits
A.R.E.S. Extinction
Cake Mania 3: Lights Camera Action!
Defense Grid
Dirt 3
Future Wars
A Kingdom for Keflings
L.A. Noire
Lara Croft
Lego Batman
Lego HP 1-4
Lego HP 5-7
Mini Ninjas
Puzzle Chronicles 2
Puzzle Quest
Space Chem
Split Second
Steel Storm
The Ball
The Maw
Virtua Tennis 2009
Warhammer: Chaos Rising

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