L.A. Noire A Different Kind Of War Guide

L.A. Noire A Different Kind Of War GuideGuide

The next case in L.A. Noire is called A different Kind of War. This guide will help you find all the clues. No questions to be asked in this case, also no rating. The last two newspapers are here as well. This one is a bit more actiony so remember the golden rule, use cover. Let’s get on with it.

The first thing you need to do in the L.A. Noire A Different Kind of War guide is check out the three pest control places.

First head for rapid exterminators. Walk in and on the counter you will see a newspaper grab it. then talk to the guy behind the counter. After that leave.

Next head to Nuclear Bug and rodent control. Walk in and talk with the guy behind the counter. Nothing here let’s roll to the next place.

Last is Westlake Pest control. Walk in and you will have a cut scene. You will get an address and switch people. I don’t know if you need the second location but I hate to miss anything.

The next part of the L.A. Noire A Different Kind of War guide is when you get to be Cole again. Walk in until you see the body. On the desk near the body is the last newspaper. Grab it. Let’s get some clues.

On the desk right next to the paper you need to shade in some paper again. Then put the newspaper over the shaded paper for a clue.

Now head to the doorway you came in at and to the left is a small table. Check the file on it and flip over the small piece of paper. Click Sawyer for a clue.

If you turn around from that you should see a crystal ball on the ground. Check it for a clue,

Now he into the room with a desk that has medical supplies on it. Next to that is a cabinet. Check it for a clue. After that this place is done. Be sure you get the paper they count that as something you need to find.

The next part of the L.A. Noire A Different Kind of War guide is when you are Kelso again. Head into the house we got some clues to find.

As soon as you walk in on the right you will see pesticide and a flamethrower. Check it out for a clue.

Next go all the way to the end and enter the room on the right. Walk to the desk and check the Origami for a clue. Right behind that are some blueprints. Check the out for a clue as well.

Now look on the wall with photos. Check it for a clue. After that head to the main room and you will get a cut scene.

The next part of the L.A. Noire A Different Kind of War guide is escorting Kelso in your car. Hit all the enemy cars off the road or flip them over. If he takes to much damage he loses. Also don’t let him get to far out of your reach. Not to long. After that a cut scene.

The next part of the L.A. Noire A Different Kind of War guide is when you are back as Kelso. This is pretty much a huge fire fight. Aim for the head keep in cover and make your way to the end. Use any guns you find as well since they help a ton. I ended up getting my trophy/achievement Wooden Overcoats here. You also get a special weapon here in the second room with all the guns. I won’t ruin it. Once you make it to the end you’ve beat the story congratulations.

That will end the L.A. Noire A Different Kind of War guide. I will move on to the DLC cases once the PSN store comes back up.

  • Bill

    what are the DLC cases

    • You should of gotten one with your game purchase if you bought it new.

  • Jake

    i go into that house as kelso and find the flmaethrower, i dont see a pesticide and behind it is no clue or blueprints. i go to the room on the right at the back and get the picture, the oragami dosent give me a clue. plz help i just rented this game to see if i like it and it is do tomarow and i need to beat it. help

    • Sure thing. Okay the blue prints are right behind the desk with all the origamis on it. You should see it on the wall kind of like a poster. Make sure you pick the desk that has A lot of origami and not the one that just a folder up flyer.

      If this help the desk is pretty close to the picture that is a clue.

      Sorry just looked through the guide I put that in the wrong spot thanks for pointing that out.

  • Jake

    thanks

  • Richard

    I hated the ending to this game so much. But its whatever.

  • Sergeant Stu

    The ending to this game was emotionally charged as hell, but I didn’t hate it. I really think it was the only way it could have ended, with all that happened in Manifest Destiny.

    • Yeah I thought of a couple ways it could of ended but this was the most logical.

    • nic

      it was antence and kid of scarcy

      Sorry had to edit it you would of spoiled it for some

  • tom

    i swear that tex guy at the end wrote a note to BD, the werewolf guy….. and the story gets more and more confusing the more i think about that…… so anyway just to clear up… tex, ivor something like that, was responsible for the arsons…… and cole got shot by jack in the war, because he got a head of himself, and panicked because of screaming, burning japs…. and, as said by roy in his funeral, who may i remind you was the one who discovered coles adultery, said he was a “great husband” i’m sorry, but this needs to be slightly more clear!!!!! …….actualy maybe jack shooting cole wasn’t that clear because i didn’t pay attention to the other flashbacks, but still………

    • (SPOILERS) It wasnt jack who shot cole,it was courtny,the guy who always went to the Doctor and jack actually helped cole by sending him for healing when he got shot and Roy was lying probally or was covering it up coz lets be honest you wouldn’t want to say about his adultery at his own funeral,but yeah there are somethings still left unanswered but mabye thats for you to decide 😉

  • First of all i though maybe jack should died or both cole and jack.I thought the ending was good but a bit predicible. I like just inished it a half and hour ago btw are the city cases already in the game or do i have to downlaod them if i pre order it one lsat am i the only none that thinks jack should lost and arm or sumting i mean he had a hole in his arm for 2 days!!!!!!!!!

  • Wow good game but made me hate the main character :S and just like in red dead a attempt at a emotional ending failed :/ but part from ending it’s great

  • Good game, but very poor ending.

  • I don’t know, I thought the ending to it was very fitting to the style and the theme of the game. Dramatic, but very simple and straight to the point. It wasn’t a brilliant by any means, but I quite like it. But, I admit, I did cry… I am female though, so it’s okay.

  • B

    Johnny Hurricane is a beast. This game was amazing. F all the cynical a holes not appreciating this game. The ending was spellbinding. It was Rockstar’s greatest story line effort to date. Everything from soundtrack to environment was second to none. But aside from all of that was the detail that Johnny gave. First rate sir. Thank you.

  • Im really confused… The guy who was speaking at the end was your partner from Vice, right? The ending could’ve been better, like they both get out and Koal gets cleared. Still a good ending though.

  • Duarte

    Este jogo foi incrivel gostei

  • the ending to LA NOIR was very poor rockstar could have done a way better job in my opinion ruined the whole game to me!!!!

  • Spokesmen

    So the ending had me a bit confused… I understand that cole made mistakes in the war and Courtney shot him in anger… the funeral was appropriate as Elsa knew they were clearing his name when he clearly cheated on his wife … Roy Earle did a great job of really clearing his own name as he was involved with the scam as well… I would of felt more for Cole if they didnt expose him till late in the game and being Jack for the last few cases turned me from Cole so the ending wasn’t as climatic as I think Rockstar wanted it to be… overall a amazing game and glad I finally got to finish it.

  • Just beat the game and wanted to say thank you again. Your guides helped me get ALOT of gamerscore.

    This gome is absolutely one of the best ever….BUT the ending totally sucked. I cant tell you how much i want to shoot roy earl in the face! So only leland monroe and the doctor go down? the mayor, roy earl and the police cheif get away with it all? GAHHHH!

  • Christelle

    Ok so I’m in the tunnel I have the flamethrower and I’m completely stuck on where to go next. I’ve been as far back as to the beginning of the sewer system and I don’t see where to go and I’m not getting shot at. Please help!

    • Man I haven’t done this in months but I remember I had to cross a bridge after I got the flamethrower. After I killed everyone on the other side of that it was the end of the mission.

    • I know you’ve finished by now, but in case you struggled through with the flamethrower, I think picking it up is a mistake. It’s a lot easier to use the shotgun instead. I know you miss out on the smell of burning flesh, but it’s just something you have to get past. LOL

  • This game had stonishingly brilliant visuals, superb concept, great storyline and acting. And Johnny Hurricane is the dog’s bollocks (UK idiom meaning “@!cking great”.
    BUT: I was playing this on a PC, and the crappy port from the console version meant that the gameplay sucked worse than hell. At 2 points in chase/escape scenes, not actually playable. Step up Rockstar! What’s the point of spending millions on a fantastic benchmark-raising masterpiece if you give the job of writing the code for the PC version to a dyslectic albino gorilla with limited hog option and motor skills? PS I thought the ended sucked, too…

    • thetrellan

      Really? I just finished playing the whole thing on PC using the XBOX 360 controller for PC. It worked perfectly, so no complaints here. It’s a little more expensive, but the 360 controller seems to be more universally compatible than many brands.

      I also hated the ending, not because of Phelps’ fate but because it left me with questions. Mainly: Wrongly accused? You mean he wasn’t having an affair or they posthumously forgave him completely? Or did they just accuse him of being corrupt out of misplaced loyalty to family values? How does his wife feel about this? For that matter, why do we never see his family at all?

      Sigh. Still, awesome game. Tugged my heartstrings, and that never happens, at least not with games. They did a fantastic job.

  • I thought the game was good but I agree with everyone else the ending sucked it should have been better but overall 7/10 only loses the 3 points for the ending

    • Seems to be the general opinion across the internet. Mind you, it’s not the first. Lost count of great games that fall short at the final cut-scene 😀

  • Mike Chambers

    Great game overall, but I was genuinely pissed about the ending. Seemed pointless and forced. I would have liked for Cole to be around for a possible sequel. I also think Switching back and forth between controlling Kelso and Phelps in the last few cases was just confusing, and a terrible TERRIBLE design choice.

    I guess, basically, the game rocked up until the last half of Arson. That small part of the game was so bad, that it makes me rate this game 7/10 instead of the 9/10 I was ready to give it otherwise. It may have been a small part in the grand scheme of things, but since it was the end of the game it left a bad taste in mouth.

  • Mike Chambers

    Great game overall, but I was genuinely pissed about the ending. Seemed pointless and forced. I would have liked for Cole to be around for a possible sequel. I also think switching back and forth between controlling Kelso and Phelps in the last few cases was just confusing, and a terrible TERRIBLE design choice.

    I guess, basically, the game rocked up until the last half of Arson. That small part of the game was so bad, that it makes me rate this game 7/10 instead of the 9/10 I was ready to give it otherwise. Maybe even 9.5/10. It’s one of the best games I’ve ever played. It may have been a small part in the grand scheme of things, but since it was the end of the game it left a bad taste in mouth.