L.A. Noire on iPad 2 and Android tablets thanks to OnLive

OnLive release of L.A.Noire coming soon

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OnLive is looking to revolutionise the way we game, with the release of the iPad 2 and Android versions it's all down to the titles and L.A. Noire is a good start

Rockstar games have confirmed that they will be bringing one of the games of the year, L.A. Noire to OnLive which means you'll be able to play the game on iPad 2 and Android tablet as well as at home.

T3 were able to get a full OnLive for iPad 2 hands on session and while there the company demonstrated an early version of L.A. Noire running through OnLive on iPad 2 and on an Android tablet.

The game is just the latest of a string of high-quality titles that have started appearing on the revolutionary gaming service which lets you 'stream' games to your home and tablet, negating the need for consoles or gaming PC's.

Among the titles on show were Batman: Arkham City and also Assassin's Creed: Revelations, both of which apparently ran without any issues on the tablet.

With OnLive now on tablets is that enough to persuade you to give up your console? Let us know via the comments box below...