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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:14pm 17/02/12 | 2 Comments
Last week AusGamers was invited out to the streets of Hong Kong to check out the transformation of True Crime: Hong Kong, a game formerly held, and subsequently dropped, by Activision, into Sleeping Dogs - a fully realised sandbox game built off a foundation of Hong Kong action movies, classic open-world games and some solid driving - still at the hands of Vancouver-based United Front Games, and now being published by Square Enix.

Aside from looking much more polished (especially from a visual standpoint), Sleeping Dogs has bitten through its former chain to become its own beast, with a mature and competent story line, fully realised characters, a great setting and some solid driving against an ambitious combat, movement and parkour system.

Click here for our full thoughts.





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tfacter2
Posted 10:57pm 17/2/12
meh looks ok
TNF
Posted 07:28pm 18/2/12
Hong Knong will be a nice change I guess. Beats doing Liberty City all over again
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