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The kind folks at Rockstar know a thing or two about squeezing the very last drops out of a game – just look at the amazing Red Dead Redemption download content that hit consoles after the initial release. Well, if you've already righted all the wrongs you can and brought justice to Forties Los Angeles, you'll be delighted to hear that the latest DLC (Downloadable Content), Reefer Madness, is now available.

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Taking inspiration from the 1936 American marijuana propaganda exploitation film ("Reefer Madness… The sweet pill that makes life bitter! Women cry for it – men die for it!"), Cole Phelps must try to break up a dastardly cannabis distribution racket. So, what are you waiting for? Get out there and save those impressionable teenagers! Don't forget the doughnuts, though (you might get peckish).

LA Noire Reefer Madness is out now on PlayStation Network (£3.19) and box LIVE (320 MS Points), or free with the LA Noire Rockstar Pass

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