I've put a lot of hours into being a detective. That's my job.
L.A Noire is a fantastic and immersive experience - as to be expected from Team Bondi and Rockstar, the whole thing feels authentic and gritty. It handles subtlety like an artist handles his brush.
It is also pissing me off. Part of the reason the game annoys me so much is because it is SO good - it's such a great journey but when this one particular aspect of the game, that I find aggravating, arises I can't help but feel like it could have been handled better.
Interviews. More specifically backing your claims that someone has lied with evidence. Let me give you a couple of examples of why I find this so infuriating.
"We found a shirt covered in blood"
"I cut myself shaving"
*Use shirt COVERED in blood as proof of a lie* -WRONG-
WHY?! The blood was all down the front and on sleeve - there is no way that could come from a simple shaving cut.
"You can't prove I was involved in that burglary"
*Use list of items that were reported STOLEN that I saw YOU had as evidence* -WRONG-
Logic is not entirely objective - For me these pieces of the puzzle fit and so I assumed that if I chose them my character would adapt my answer to the appropriate evidence. I was wrong. Not only that but because I've got so many of these situations wrong it makes me doubt whether I should use evidence in situations were I think it's the logical step.
Mind you this is only a small complaint - the game is thoroughly enjoyable and I recommend everyone to try it out.