Summary: Nice game, nice graphical representation of Kowloon Town, and other locale. A pretty damn good story, that's why I kept playing past the first few missions. I don't recommend the dlc missions though.
Summary: Note: to see this review with formatting and pictures go to:[...] Sleeping Dogs is a Open World combat game. it takes pages from Grand Theft Auto and Batman Arkham Asylum. While guns are a big part of Grand Theft Auto in Sleeping Dogs hand-to-hand combat is the most used weapon, with Knifes/bars coming in second. you can get guns, but not by buying them. you have to take them from the police or the elite thugs. this is the first thing about Sleeping Dogs i dislike.
Summary: About the Amazon product, good point it is Steam compatible. The game itself is a great value for whoever likes the GTA series but in an unusual environment (Hong Kong). However, dialogues could have been dubbed in full Cantonese to be more immersive instead of a mix English/Cantonese
Summary: I bought it when it was on sale, and it's definitely worth the price. Fun melee combat system, interesting open world, the story so far is pretty good. The voice acting can be quite funny at times (don't know if it's intended). It does have a few bugs, the camera angle while driving is horrendous, controlling vehicles can be frustrating at times, but apart from that, it's quite fun.
Summary: To all of those that think this is just a GTA clone you are almost right. This game is the same in every way but two aspects; one the combat system and two lack of moral delema. The combat system instead of random shooting and misplaced kicks you have a kung fu marshel arts system that makes the game feel more action packed in those sections.
Summary: This was definitely a fun game to play once I got into it, but there is a glitch on the very first mission that made me stop playing it for a few weeks. After I actually got into the game, it turned out to be fairly fun. Not the greatest game, but definitely entertaining for several hours.