Good fighting, driving, and free-running.
Well-told and acted story.
Broad mission variety.
Savage melee combat, alluring atmosphere, fun gunplay, and varied missions.
Numerous collectibles to hunt down and other enjoyable diversions.
Consequence-free murder doesn't fit the character.
City's not very explorable.
Artificial-looking character models and animations.
By overclockers.com on August 01, 2013
Overall, Sleeping Dogs provides a very fun open-world gameplay experience for the 10+ hour campaign (with additional time for side missions). In addition, since launch there have been 5 DLC packs to come out if you find yourself looking to extend your...-
By Realm of Gaming on February 05, 2013
PCIt's the year 2013, and there's no shortage of third-person open-world action games to choose from. It's a genre some say was perfected years ago with PS2-era Grand Theft Auto games. So how does a game with a rocky past, at least three...95
By Computeractive on November 24, 2012
It would be easy to pigeon-hole Sleeping Dogs as yet another Grand Theft Auto (GTA) clone. Apart from being set in Hong Kong, there initially seems to be very little else to distinguish it from Rockstar's infamous open-world crime series. It has a...-
By TechTree on November 02, 2012
Sleeping Dogs Developer: United Front Games Square Enix London Publisher: Square Enix Genre: Action Third-Person Shooter Platforms: PC, PS3, X360 MRP: Rs 1000 (Store Locator) Street Price (As On 2-Nov-2012): Rs 900 (Flipkart.com) ; Rs 950...80
By HardOCP on October 02, 2012
Sleeping Dogs was released to the US on August 14th, 2012. We've been playing with this game on and off since it was released due to interest in its graphics options and performance. We finally had the chance to sit down and finish the game,...-
By eTeknix on September 15, 2012
This week I have been lost deep in the underworld of the Triads in the latest open world action title Sleeping Dogs, a game that has suffered and survived a tremendous amount of setbacks throughout its development that on several occasions nearly saw it...-
By Strategy Informer on September 12, 2012
Sleeping Dogs didn't have an easy birth. It started life as the next instalment in the True Crime series, but after stunted growth, Activision aborted the project. Square Enix adopted the title, renamed it, and took over development duties. A risky...85
By PC Gamer on September 06, 2012
12Next »Winston Chu has a bulging, tattooed body, a gold-plated gun and a massive square head. He’s a gangster, so that face is locked into a permanent scowl, a symptom of years of steroid abuse and a childhood under the fist of a psychotic...-
By Gaming Nexus on August 23, 2012
Sleeping Dogs began as an original intellectual property by developer United Front Games, which was later changed to True Crime: Hong Kong as a decision from Activision in hopes the name would draw more interest and potential sales. After the...73
By PC Authority on August 15, 2012
About the highest praise I can think of for a game is that it makes you feel something. More often than not, it's simple emotions – happiness and joy, or sadness, even anger. Sleeping Dogs does all that and more, but it takes an interesting...83