Summary: I love Hong Kong cinema. Movies like John Woo’s A Better Tomorrow, Alan Mak’s Infernal Affairs, and Jackie Chan’s Police Story are the kind of films I grew up with. Hong Kong cinema is unmatched in delivering imaginative fight choreography and exhilarating action sequences.
Summary: Easily the most excellent game I played that was released in 2012. The characters and story are engrossing and Hong Kong looks beautiful. The settings are widely varied and I enjoyed exploring every inch of the city.
but overall a great game. If you like the open world and ...
22 August 2014
Summary: What a surprise this game was! It's more or less GTA with an Asian spin to it. It has some problems with camera view and such, but overall a great game. If you like the open world and GTA this is a no-brainer.
Summary: Move out of the way GTA. Sleeping dogs has an actual story line and awesome action. Hand to hand combat is fluid and smooth and has actual martial arts movies. Plus guns and fast cars. You MUST BUY AND PLAY THIS GAME
Summary: "Sleeping Dogs" is a great but sadly,very underrated open world/sandbox game,that has a ton of missions to play through,interesting story/characters and awesome gameplay.I would compare "Sleeping Dogs"with both GTA and the "Arkham" games,but with an Asian setting set in Hong Kong.The only con I...
Summary: Sleeping Dogs is one of those games you play and wonder, "Why was this not more popular?" Think of it as GTA set in Asia. SD has a great story. You play an undercover cop who's just returned from the US and infiltrates the Hong Kong triad.
Summary: But like better, idk why. It's just so much better the way you can listen to Chinese phone call conversations and hear the "Aiiiahhh!!" when you almost run someone over. I like the driving in this a lot better too.