Watch 'L.A. Noire's' perfectly motion-captured blooper reel


When L.A. Noire launched back in 2011, much was made of the new motion-capture technology used to capture the in-game characters facial expressions. The company behind the tech, Depth Analysis, has now released a blooper reel of the game's voice actors messing up their dialogue. According to the company, each clip was generated as part of the MotionScan capturing process. If you've ever wanted to see computer-generated characters goofing — and their CGI counterparts' reactions to the mistakes — check out the five-minute video below.

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