Summary: Sleeping Dogs is an open world sandbox game from Square-Enix. The game takes place in Hong Kong, and unlike most open world games you play a cop. Don’t worry though, it isn’t a goody two shoes type of cop! You play Undercover officer Wei Shen, who is infiltrating a Triad society called the Sun On Yee. Sleeping Dog is the “Spiritual successor” to the True Crime games.
Summary: It was strange to adapt to the gameplay after expecting something closer to GTA, but anyway, the story is very solid and it has a lot of nice things to offer. I really enjoyed playing this game and I ended up loving the story.
Summary: First off, I'm not a big sandbox game fan. I often find they have you doing a lot of "chores" that are redundant and boring. Like find 100 of this or that. There is some of this in Sleeping Dogs, but stuff like finding the stolen statues earns you new fighting moves, which is cool. The game play is solid, with you being able to do gang missions and cop missions. Each earning you new unlocks for each side.
I really like the game, but didn't like the service
Trevor Monroe, Amazon
20 August 2013
Summary: As with any shopper I know that some products aren't sent at a fast rate like others but it was a bit annoying to me that it took the game around 10+ days to be shipped from Illinois to Michigan when the distance from its location and mine was only 6 hours. However I enjoyed the game very much and would recommend it to anyone.
Summary: Sleeping dogs is a fun game and should be tried. It does not have online multiplayer or split screen but does have a 15-20 hour campaign time and easy trophies. The best part about the game is the very good campaign story. Just buy/rent this game and I think you will like it.
Summary: I really really liked this game. I am a fan of the open world genre but I find that I spend so much time in the preverbial sandbox that I never really finish them. I was able to finish this game, but in my experience the story is much more strong than the sandbox aspect in this game, when I find the reverse to be true in the GTA series. Indeed, it is just not all that much fun to cause mayhem in Hong Kong, which is why this game gets 4 stars overall.