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Sleeping Dogs - PlayStation 3 Standard Edition

by Square Enix
PlayStation 3
 Mature
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • ESRB Rating: Mature Mature
  • Media: Video Game
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Welcome to Hong Kong, a vibrant neon city teeming with life, whose exotic locations and busy streets hide one of the most powerful and dangerous criminal organizations in the world: the Triads. In this open-world game, you play the role of Wei Shen, an undercover cop trying to take down the Triads from the inside. You'll have to prove yourself worthy as you fight your way up the organization, taking part in brutal criminal activities without blowing your cover. Torn between your loyalty to the badge and the code of the triads, you will risk everything as the lines between truth and honor become permanently blurred.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Fun for fans of old Hong Kong gangster movies Nov. 13 2012
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
First off, I had a ton of fun playing this game, but it's not perfect by any stretch of the imagination. This PS3 version contains screen tearing, weird invisible walls, the A.I. for the traffic is sort of weak and NPC's yell at you for absolutely no reason. Also, there's no wrong way of playing the game, because it's extremely linear. All that out of the way, the core of this game is playing a movie style undercover cop and everything that has to do with that aspect if done right! The hand-to-hand combat is a lot of fun and so are the firearms. The character controls really well when facing 20+ opponents at the same time. I really need to applaud the soundtrack for this game. It reminded me of my trip to Hong Kong, last year. The driving mechanics really needed some more work, though. At first, I didn't think much of it, but when street racing came into play, it got frustrating at times. I had to constantly restart some of the races because I couldn't make the tiny turns that I needed to make to beat the competition. I play a lot of racing games, so perhaps I was expecting too much. The driving problem is solved by purchasing better (faster) vehicles, which feels like a cheap way of winning races. Overall, the combat's great, the story's straight out of an awesome 80's gangster movie and the soundtrack completes the experience. The pros outweigh the cons by a lot for me. I got what I was hoping for from this game.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Am i ever having fun with this game Aug. 27 2012
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I am a casual gamer and was able to get very far into this game, winning races, shooting, and more. This game is a sandbox game, based in Honk Kong, is smaller then GTA4 but i find it a lot better.

The fighting is very similar to batman arkhram city, you need to block with the triangle, and its the bread and butter of this game. Driving is also really fun and all vehicle have amazing control.

This game is a 5/5 for me fun factor is close to a 10.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Si vous aimez les mondes ouverts, urbains. Nov. 24 2012
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Ce jeu est pour vous. Très bonne histoire: plus sérieuse que Saint Row 3 ou Just Cause 2. Excellent gameplay: de la bataille à la Batman Arkham (tout de même pas aussi bien poli). Du plaisir sans prétention.
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3 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars sleepy and not quite barking Aug. 24 2012
By threeK
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
Inspired by some Asian old school action movies. Writing is ok but the mixture of Chinese and English sound pretty corny.

Sleeping Dogs' melee combat is good and combat with weapon is fun. It is almost like a copycat of Batman Arkham City. Driving is ok, street in Hong Kong is rather empty though...

The graphics, on the other hand, are good, but they certainly won't blow you away. The world is influenced by and designed after the real Hong Kong. Although it has lot of details, you can tell it is done by western developer.

AI can be better. Character models are a bit weak compare with many other games today.
The game's single biggest issue is with its camera. This complicate navigating tight quarters or getting a look around your vehicle in open spaces. The camera can also be frustrating in some combat situations, though this is far less pronounced.

Game is fun for a few hours if you like openworld game.
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59 of 64 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A Far East take on GTA and Saint's Row Aug. 16 2012
By Dredded Deuce - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
This game by Square Enix, will be the sleeper game that nobody has heard about and may slip under your radar. It's the spiritual successor to the True Crime series and is a Far East take on the GTA series.

The game, unlike the GTA series starts off with a big bang and also attempt to streamline some of the GTA elements by keeping you focused mostly on the missions at hand. So far from what I have experienced, the game itself has great writing as well as great voice talent as it tells a not so common story of an undercover cop trying to infiltrate the Triads in Hong Kong.

One of the big aspects that I like in this game is the ability to incorporate some RPG elements in the game a'la SWKOTOR style. You get XP in 3 areas: Face XP (general public opinion), Triad XP (Triad devotion) and Cop (Cop devotion). You earn these in varying degrees based on how much or how little damage you do as you rampage through the streets of HK on your missions as well as your side missions.

Another aspect that some may enjoy is the combat style which was lifted from the Batman: Arkham series. You earn points by the number of combos and counters you pull off and while its nice on paper, occasionally it doesn't always work in game as sometimes you almost have to wait for enemies to attack to pull your moves. Another aspect to these attacks are enviromental bonuses you get for things like throwing enemies into dumpsters, electrocution and other sick moves and these moves can be leveled as you rpogress in the game.

One of the best ways that Sleeping Dogs has taken at trimming the fat from the game is that within a few hours of playing you can earn a lot of cash for things like wardrobe, cars and other items to get your gangsta on as opposed to the GTA series where earning certain perks takes a lot longer to get.

As far as the environement itself, it's very lifelike and you will hear English mixed with Cantonese and the city feels alive and spawling. Even the passersby have a somewhat more lifelike feel than what I have seen in GTA.

Graphically, in some areas, the game does feel a bit dated as if this was done a few years ago, this would have been a great answer to GTA and Saint's Row but for what it is with tight story telling and action, this game really is what Stranglehold (another great Far East crime game) from 2007 should have been.
36 of 39 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars No Sleeping on this game Sept. 16 2012
By 1Dub79 - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I remember, when True Crime: Streets of Hong Kong was gonna come out, but the devs decided to gut it, last year. Then, I heard nothing else about the game. Several months ago, I saw some vids on this game called "Sleeping Dogs". Found out that Square Enix took over publishing rights to original True Crime game, renamed it and tweaked it. I must say, I am glad that Square Enix decided to take what was supposed to be the next True Crime game, and make it similar, but better. This game is probably the most fun and underrated games of 2012.

In the game, you play as undercover police officer, Wei Shen. He is a Chinese-American detective from San Francisco, who has been called to his native Hong Kong to help infiltrate a Triad gang, called "Sun On Yee". The game takes place in the streets of Hong Kong.

GAMEPLAY: The game is an open-world game ala Grand Theft Auto IV and Saint's Row: The Third, but it seems a little more immersive because of the fighting, interactions, and the cinematic essence in the game. The player can roam free and outside of car-jacking, the player can bet on cockfights and street races, join fight clubs, and do karaoke. Of course, the player can buy various things, such as vehicles, apartments, clothes, and upgrades.

By playing the role as an undercover cop, primary missions will be done on the police side and the Triad side. Also, there are side missions on both, such as drug bust for the police side and "helping" or doing "favors" for residences on the Triad side. "Helping" or doing "favors" can be interesting, but I'm not going to spoil many of the task you are asked to do.

Fighting is a LARGE part of the game. In fact, the fighting would be similar to what is in the Batman Arkham series. It is very addictive and immersive. Sometimes, I don't even feel like I am playing an open-world game. The hits are very hard and brutal. In addition, blocking and making counter attacks will make the player feel like a real kung-fu master. I never felt like such a bad-a** on a fighting game. I must say, it is no easy task, when fighting, especially when fighting seven or more opponents at the same time.

While fighting, a finishing move can be performed. When this happens, the game goes into slo-mo. At that time, seeing the character landing finishing punches or kicks in the opponent's face shows a nice amount of blood coming. It's quite satisfying. What's even better is many other attacks can be learned by finding statues around the city and going to the Do-jo to practice newly acquired attacks on the students.

The coolest part about fighting is using environmental attacks to take out opponents. The player can grapple opponents and throw them at walls, through boxes, phone booths, and electric panels. There are some other parts of the environment that can be used to take out opponents, but won't spoil those.

Driving has similarities to GTAIV, but is a little different. I would say that the driving is not as responsive and the camera angles takes getting used to, especially when going into reverse. Still, it is not much to complain about. It is cool to hear the Hong Kong-based radio stations. I get the feel that I'm actually there.

Shooting on this game is similar to that of Stranglehold, which means it is very animated. Not to mention, the game goes in slo-mo, when the player vaults, while shooting.

GRAPHICS: The graphics in this game are vivid, but not outstanding. I would say that the graphics are sort of dated, but the gameplay outshines that shortcoming, if you want to call it that.

VERDICT: Many people might not want to give this game a chance because they believe it is a knock-off of GTAIV. However, it is its own kind of game. Not to mention, what it lacks in graphics, it is a lot more fun, in my opinion. This game is definitely worth buying, especially since it has gone down in price.
25 of 31 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the Best games i've played in a while!! Aug. 30 2012
By Eric J. - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I recently finished playing sleeping dogs, and to be honest...I didn't want it to end! This doesn't happen a lot with me, but this one was actually a great game to just have fun with. The story was Awesome and i can't wait for a second or some DLC (hopefully)! If your on the fence about this game, take it from me. Ive got 15 or 20 games preordered, so i play a bunch, and when i say that "I don't want this game to end"! Its probably worth a try! Great Job Square Enix on this one!
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic open-world game with a unique flavor! Sept. 8 2012
By Josh Dalton - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I've never reviewed anything on Amazon before, but when I saw that Sleeping Dogs sales figures were trailing other recent games, I thought I'd give it some love. I haven't had this much fun with a game since InFamous 2. It's kind of in that vein: open-world yet story driven with lots of side-quests sprinkled in. The story is great, the characters are memorable and actually have personalities. The voice cast is top-shelf (especially the guy who plays Wei). I've seen a lot of game mags and sites knocking the graphics, but these 33 year old eyes think it looks great! The controls are tight for both hand-to-hand and gun fights. And I LOVE the driving/racing in this game; it's all on the wrong side of the road, being in Hong Kong, but that's part of the fun! You can feel the culture of Hong Kong bleed through, but you won't feel like you don't belong there when you're playing it. This is the kind of game that makes me want to do nothing else, but find every last collectable and complete every side quest, yet I don't feel overwhelmed by the amount of them (*ahem* Batman Arkham City). A perfectly balanced game in every sense and if you enjoyed games like the InFamous series and/or GTA, this is for you. Thank you Square Enix for saving this from development limbo and putting out a great game well worth the steep opening price-tag.
5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Sleeping Dogs: The best open world game you've never played March 31 2014
By J. Cummings - Published on Amazon.com
Platform for Display:PLAYSTATION 3
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
Games like Grand Theft Auto and Saints Row get most of the attention, but this game (which originally was part of the True Crime series, to be named True Crime: Hong Kong, was canceled and the rights picked up by Square Enix, and rebranded Sleeping Dogs) is an incredible amount of fun to play in its own right.

The main character, Wei Shen, comes over from the US to help the cops, and it turns into a very twisted, awesome story in which lines are crossed and friends end up being betrayed (or killed). The ending of the Triad storyline, especially, is incredibly satisfying, which I won't spoil but is great :)

The "story" is made up of the aformentioned Triad storylines and as well as the Cop storyline (Triad shows up as Green on your map, Cop ones are blue). No mission is truly impossible or controller smashing difficult (something that Grand Theft Auto IV definitely can't claim), but some are challenging enough where if you do not obtain the upgrades from the health shrines (increases your max health) or increase your face meter (which bestows buffs/benefits to Wei) that you CAN die if you're reckless.

For those "trophy hunters" out there, this is also a VERY easy platinum, the only frustrating part is obtaining the Gold for the "Pure Gold" trophy, as it requires you to win $1M gambling, and only one cockfight will give you the ability to bet enough to do this, and it's COMPLETELY RANDOM. Meaning, you better save before each attempt. It took me 2 hours of grinding before I finally achieved enough wins to earn the $1M. Everything else (relatively speaking) is a piece of cake.

I really could not find a reason to drop a star on this game at all. In over 30 hours of gameplay, it never froze my PS3 once. I cannot say that, honestly, about any other PS3 game I have played (for comparison, Fallout 3 and New Vegas, Skyrim and Borderlands 2 have all done it more then 5 times each). The game rarely stutters or slows. The radio stations are nice and varies. The combat is fluid and adds a lot of room for improvisation. Maybe the only gripe (if I had bought this brand new) is the story parts end up being a little short, so if that's all you are playing it for, that might disappoint you a bit. If you intend to do everything, you will definitely get your money's worth especially at the current price point ($14.99 or less).

Finally, the language is DEFINITELY bad in this game (Including words that Grand Theft Auto V didn't use, and I thought THAT game was bad enough). If that's something that's a turn off, then I'd look elsewhere. The game definitely lives up to its mature rating on the box.
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