Sleeping Dogs tend to be one of the best games of 2012
GTA and Saint's Row spirit
Sleeping Dogs is a game in the spirit of GTA and Saint's Row serials, but that doesn't mean that it's a poor copy. With a huge and detailed Hong Kong-developed world, impressive story and acting, as well as solid gameplay, Sleeping Dogs tends to be one of the best games of 2012.
Playing as Wei Shen - role protagonist, the goal in Sleeping Dogs is to dig and uncover criminal activities of triads. But to succeed in such a thing, it is necessary to be ready doing many things. Driving and shooting will not be enough. You can use human shields, ruthlessly wrestling face-to-face, jumping from one to another vehicle like in Just Cause 2, but also going on love meetings and even karaoke singing. Open world in Sleeping Dogs is so dynamic that is always something happening and it requires your attention.
The most striking in Sleeping Dogs gameplay is close combat system, which has borrowed a few tricks from last two Batman games. Through various combo moves you can access powerful winding, especially when you ask for help from the environment. Take someone to door, telephone handset, fan, speaker or any sharp objects and see what happens when you press the right button.
You can use a variety of firearms and you can creep behind obstacles. The system is known and would be significantly uninteresting without certain elements such as slowing time skip obstacles, quickly eliminating enemies and taking their weapons.
All this make Sleeping Dogs desirable destination, especially if you're a fan of games in a huge world and want nonlinear approaches. For maximum visual pleasure, definitely install free DLC High Resolution Texture Pack, and more content or a slightly different experience when playing, seek solace in five (extra-mini) accessories.
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Added on 22 Sep, 2012