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Sleeping Dogs

8.4 reviews

Square Enix, Inc. today announced the upcoming open world cop drama Sleeping Dogs™ will go on sale August 14 in North America on the PlayStation®3 computer entertainment system, Xbox 360® video game and entertainment system from Microsoft and Windows PC.

Genre: Action
Platforms: PS3  Also on: PC  Xbox 360 

Developer United Front Games Publisher Square Enix Release Date Aug 14, 2012

Sleeping Dogs Reviews PS3 

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9.5 reviews

psx-sense.nl review
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9.5 reviews

egmnow.com review
Unlike some of gaming’s more movie-minded adventures, Sleeping Dogs’ gripping narrative doesn’t detract from the action in the slightest, leaving us with one of the more playable, personable police quests of the modern era. It may not be as crass or flashy as some of its competitors, but Sleeping Dogs has a surprising amount of soul for a game of this ilk, offering a refreshing take on what’s possible from an open-world action title—and more depth than you can shake a tire iron at. Not bad for a game that almost didn’t make it out of the gate after Activision pulled the plug, eh?
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psu.com review
Sleeping Dogs is a beautiful game. Character models are quite well done, although no one seems to have the right size hands. Most of the men, Wei Shen in particular, seem to glow and glisten with sweat or rain or some kind of watery substance. It’s something that looks cool at the beginning, but you have to wonder if the guy just needs to take a break for a shower once in a while. They game mostly relies on dark colors to represent the dark underbelly of the city. While on occasions you’ll see brighter colors shine through when walking around temples or nightclubs, it’s mostly a dark game. Given the game mostly takes place in the rain; there’s a nice washed look to the buildings as you speed through the city in your motorcycle or sports car. This is definitely one of the better looking open-world games.
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