Moneysaver One-Shot: Rockstar Weekend

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Hey now, you're a Rockstar, get on Amazon, go save.

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You don't have to go bowling ad nauseum with annoying NPC's to enjoy these deals. Amazon's gone and discounted quite a few Rockstar games for the weekend, so if these must-plays haven't made their way into your collection yet, today is the day. We'll break out a few of the best offers below and then let you dig in. [Amazon]

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By the way, several of these games are Steam, and as an added bonus, you'll receive a $5 credit toward a future purchase of a Rockstar game on Amazon by partaking. There are even some Mac versions mixed in there.

GTA IV Complete ($15)

L.A. Noire Complete ($15)

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Manhunt ($4)

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Manhunt 2 ($7.50)

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Max Payne 3 ($20)

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Edit: Updated the post to resolve some confusion with bundles not being cheaper than the individual games. Listings changed since the post was composed.

Keep up with Shane Roberts on Kinja and Twitter. Check out Dealzmodo for more great tech deals, and Deals.Kinja.com for even more discounts.

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TK0KnockOut
TK0KnockOut

I bought L.A. Noire half a year ago and remember instantly disliking it; I think I played a few "missions" before I gave up. Does it get more interesting along the way? Because I couldn't care for the (IMO!) boring detective scenes were you just have to find something "clickable" and the really weird interrogation scenes (seriously, I was impressed with the facial animation before I bought the game, but when I actually saw it while playing the game, it was just frustrating and confusing)...
Should I give it another try or will I dislike the rest if the first part just isn't my thing?