FWIW you will notice noise more on the floor above. Over a concrete floor your footfall noise will dominate.
I have laminate in two rooms at present. I know the floor was more irregular than that, and it has done well with very few flaws visible after 10 years. Modern stuff keeps getting better.
The choice of foam underlay also makes s difference. A thicker, higher density foam will tolerate more variance in the existing floor.
That said: I have lived in 3 houses with basements. All of them have had incidents with very wet floors, either from a cracked foundation, failed sump pumps, or washing machines that failed. Lots of problems in nearby Edmonton from storm drains backing up in heavy rain and flooding basements. I will not install a floor in a basement. Given laminates lack of tolerance for wet, this is a bad idea.
Vinyl plank if you need a finished look. It's water proof, and the nature of vinyl is that it's more forgiving of irregularities.
Ceramic tile. This is a lot more work, but it results in a floor that is close to indestructable. If the house is several years old, and all the cracking that is likely to happen has happened already this is a good route. Tile is a reasonable DIY activity, but it is time consuming. If your floor isn't flat, go with smaller tiles
Another option is to paint your floor, and get arty about it. I have seen interesting concrete floor stencils.
Or just paint your floor, and put down area rugs.