La Noire is such a great game. And I am not usually a fan of murder mystery, unless it's the occasional Law and Order episode.
Am I the only one who found this one of the games greatest villains?
I mean, First off he is a villain from the past. Everyone presumed he was gone. But he secretly murders every single victim of the homicide cases, and, after researching who he killed, then frames people who have much motives for wanting the victim dead, and made it seem like it was THEM..
However, Cole is the only one seeing a pattern with the messages on the, most times, striped naked victim.
Like most psychopaths I hear about in real life. Ted Bundy being an example, he targets woman. Not men.
Guess their easier targets.
Though. There's also the gay killer that I learned about, but that's anouther story..
Anyway. In the game, Cole notices poems the killer covered all over various places of town, most leading towards booby traps.
Eventually Cole and his assistant Rusty Gollaway, find Garrett inside a distorted old church, and he is impressed with Cole being the first cop smart enough to catch him, and while chasing after him in the tunnels, he further proves his insanity door all his crazy delusional statements.
Though also mentions Cole and him have something in common. Both looking for personal redemption (after Phelleps feels he failed as a leader joining the war).
Any way. In the end, the player shoots him dead, ending his rain of terror. Though Captain Donnelly dosen't want the world discovering that they arrested innocent suspects, and the truth of the case is never revealed..
What makes this interesting to me is.
From what I hear, many cases in the game are based one ones that were never solved in real life. So I find it easy to presume that there really was a GARRETT MASON out there once, but was never caught.. But that's just only my opinion..