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- A mature and gritty undercover cop drama, set in a high tension underworld where every action is a risk that could blow your cover
- Seamless explosive action fueled by a mix of deadly martial arts, intense gunfights and brutal takedowns
- Epic high-speed thrills: Burn up the streets as you ram other cars and drive recklessly while shooting your way through the narrow streets of Hong Kong
- Hong Kong is your playground: Enter illegal races, gamble on cock fights, or kick back with some karaoke
- Includes total of 24 pieces of downloadable content including the story extending episode “Year of the Snake” and the horror-themed add-on “Nightmare in North Point”
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Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition
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 out. 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 a criminal code of honor, you will risk everything as the lines between truth, loyalty and justice become permanently blurred.
Fully Remastered for Next Gen Consoles
- Social improvements
- Rendering improvements
- Up res characters/detail
Includes All Previously Released DLC
Includes total of 24 pieces of downloadable content including the story extending episode “Year of the Snake” and the horror-themed add-on “Nightmare in North Point”
Enhanced Special Effects
- Rendering improvements
- Increased pedestrian density
Refined & Tuned Combat
Sleeping Dogs is an open-world action game set on the exotic island of Hong Kong
with brutal martial arts combat, thrilling street races and a celebrated, gripping
story. Entirely remade for the new generation of consoles and the very latest PCs
The Definitive Edition includes all previously available content and a wealth of new
technological upgrades. In this open world game, you play the role
of Wei Shen, an undercover cop trying to take down the Triads from the inside out.
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 a criminal code of honor, you will risk everything as
the lines between truth, loyalty and justice become permanently blurred.
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Owning and completing the PS3 version, here is a review of the PS4 version. A quick summary is, this is the PS3 game in 1080p, with some very minor improvements, but the best looking version you can own. 1080p looks great, but it's still a PS3 game and unlike Watch_Dogs on PS4 (which looks and feels like a PS4 game) versus PS3 versions, this PS4 version uses mostly all of the same low res PS3 textures, which is disappointing despite their claims of higher resolution textures, which is largely for the text billboards. But get past that initial disappointment, and you'll most likely enjoy the PS4 edition if you loved the PS3 game. Just think of it as 20/20 vision versus the semi-blurry vision of the 720p PS3 version.
-First 30+ minutes are all story based, no freedom.
-Great PS3 inspired graphics upgraded from 720p to 1080p for sharper clarity and detail. It's a very noticeable difference and reduces blurriness and pixelation. The game looks great when it rains at night.
-After first few missions, the game opens up to a giant Hong Kong replica.
-Walk, run, slide, climb and hop over objects and walls. Great fun.
-Great selection of music, much of it catchy and well done. Great music channels and theme music.
-Fun little unlocking puzzles to figure out.
-Eat, drink, sleep, wash hands, use the restroom.
-Buy fish, plants and more for your apartment to customize it.
-Change clothing, buy lots of stuff to alter your look. Certain combinations add power to Wei.
-Excellent fighting system still in place. Counter as in Arkham, and defend against many enemies around you.
-Basic but fun and responsive vehicle controls, with ramming and air jacking another vehicle.
-Large city to explore, along with boats and the ocean areas.
-Lots of side missions and abilities to unlock.
-Beautiful rain effects with water on pavement and reflections.
-Detailed interiors like night club bars, delis, hospitals, homes, etc.
-Overall less blurring of farther buildings.
-Tips: If you're not big on complicated moves to remember, spend your credits on simpler moves and bonus abilities, like slow motion, easier car jacking, etc.
-During fights, grab the grab-able enemies and throw them into something to knock them down faster and eliminate their numbers quickly.
-Thanks to 1080p, the game, aside from textures, appears sharp and crystal clear in most aspects. The game already looked great on PS3, and this is the best looking version aside from PC.
-Wei Shen's face, only if very up close, has some facial hair and detail noticeable, but nothing to write home about. It's very minor. Polygon count difference appears imperceptible to the average gamer.
-Sportbikes handle more realistically. Not as loose as PS3 version.
-Slick packaging includes Concept artwork booklet, very nice illustrations.
-Wei Shen's and other's hair moves and shifts as the head moves.
-Cutscenes look okay, using in game graphics.
-Characters are okay upgrades. Nothing very noticeable but smoother edges.
-Graphics are sharper, but clearly a game made for PS3.
-Fights are as great as ever.
-Reflections of water on ground looks great.
-Menu button icons updated for PS4.
-Most posters and billboards updated with higher res images.
-Fire, explosions and fireworks special effects updated to look better.
-Without nitpicking, in normal character view zoomed out, the graphics look really good despite the lower polygon counts.
-Plants have more leaves and higher detail. Much better.
-Water of Ocean looks even better than the nice PS3 water effects.
-Feels like a longer braking distance in rainy streets.
-Lights seem more volumetric, more realistic.
-The weird motion shake effect is gone in this version during high speed.
-DLC content included on the disc. No downloading required.
-It's nice Square Enix offered a higher res version, but not at full price. If this decides if a sequel is given a go ahead, they should base it on past PS3 sales first.
-Nightmare at NorthPoint DLC is a freeroam night version of the main game, where you complete missions against evil spirits to save your girlfriend. The pedestrians eyes glow, but otherwise, they go about their own business, driving, talking and doing normal stuff as in the main game, which is disappointing, considering they could have made them like more zombie like to give the game an entirely different mood. These are not zombies in any way. The city is always foggy and night time. You can ride vehicles. There are new enemies, including hopping vampire ghouls and demons that appear on missions, but not freely in the open map until prompted
-Year of the Snake DLC includes additional missions and story content also in an open city. What is great about it is you play a uniformed Police Officer instead of undercover as in the main game, so you act the role, eating donuts and protecting citizens after completing the initial missions. It's a really nice compliment to the main game. You can ride in police vehicles and bikes and activate different police patrol duties like catching crooks. Keep in mind, this is night patrol, and the time of day depends on the missions here. You can arrest pedestrians at will and cuff them instantly with the grapple button.
-Wei Shen and other main characters have minor improvements, and look largely like they were as in the PS3 version.
-Not all textures updated. Mostly just text billboards. 95% are clearly PS3 quality, with a blurred look. Disappointing. Wei Shen's first apartment is a perfect example.
-Pedestrians only slightly better in appearance. They have a low polygon count and their arms bend at the shoulders awkwardly as a result.
-In normal free roam, pedestrian count not noticeably increased, nor is traffic.
-Pop in still occurs for boats and some objects.
-Distant view still blurred as it was on the PS3. Mostly a stylistic decision.
-Wei still hops off a boat completely instead of letting you explore the boat. And he'll choose to hop into the water every time instead of onto the dock. A big oversight that wasn't fixed.
-One camera view still for vehicles. They could have added more, like an interior dash view, which would have been welcome. Even so, you can later acquire an aim button that lets you zoom in closer and aim while driving.
-Day into Night cycle still only 24 minutes.
-Many wall ledges still not climbable, even though they are within reach.
-For minimal improvements beyond 1080p resolution, Square Enix made the wrong decision to charge full price for this game, if their goal is to gauge the response to an already great open world game.
-Vehicle polygons looks the same as the PS3 version, comparing them side by side.
-There is a weird glitch where out of nowhere, someone yells at such a high volume as if speaking through a loud speaker. It's very annoying. Reboot the game from your PS4 to hopefully get rid of it.
-There is a slight delay when you click on a menu option.
There are special outfits you can buy that includes a gun. Even if you do buy an outfit that has a gun, you can't use it in the missions. You can kill civilians or gangsters, but you won't get any money from it. Also police don't show up if you kill lots of civilians or cause chaos in the streets. They only show up if there's a cop nearby. Also there's no firefighters. So if a car is burning, it will just explode and no emergency vehicles will show up. If you want to collect some short change, just run over bunch of parking meters.
If you want to steal a car, you can either just pull the guy out of the car OR you can drive your car and then jump out and fly onto the car you are trying to steal.
I'd say it's a good game if you like other games like Grand theft auto, etc.
I was able to overlook the glitches because this game is fun overall. I loved driving around the open world of Hong Kong. It was fun to play a game that wasn't set in the U.S. The game features lots of side missions that I enjoyed playing. My favorite side mission was the drug bust one where you have to hack a camera and then catch a criminal remotely. The characters in this game slowly grew on me. At first, I found them all rather irritating, but Wei and his best friend grew on me to the point where I cared what happened to them.
Overall, this game is worth playing if you're a fan of open world games. It's a great value and it comes with all of the DLC. I enjoyed playing it while waiting for the blockbuster games to come out this year.