This is Rockstar's latest (from Team Bondi) that is currently scheduled for release on 360 and PS3 in May, 2011. I've always had an interest in film noir from the 1940's and 50's, so this game has an additional hook for me that it might not necessarily have for some. From what I've been reading about it (there was a rather good overview in the digital issue of Games™ #104), it will represent a new standard in character performance capture. Reading the subtle cues in facial expressions and body language from NPC's will play a major role in the game. This trailer has a pretty good overview of what to expect. Basically, you start out as a rookie cop in the second half of the 1940's and have to work your way up in the force by solving a series of crimes in each stage of your career. Through the course of those smaller investigations, you'll uncover key information that relates to a larger overall storyline and crime to solve. Thoughts on this one? It has alot to live up to after Red Dead Redemption, but it also seems to be going it's own way and not attempting to simply repeat past Rockstar efforts in a new setting. Seems like the quality of the story and character development will be in line with Red Dead Redemption at the very least. I'm also interested to see how deep the "investigative" aspects of the game really are.