Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition
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A wise man once mused, "why don't you have a pork bun in your hand?" I could ask the same thing of Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition - it's one of the best games available for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and ought to be in every gamer's collection.
Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition is the best way to experience one of the better games from the last-generation of consoles.
Sleeping Dogs Definitive Edition is the apotheosis of GTA clones, proving itself just as enjoyable and beautiful as all the games and films that inspired it.
A good game made great, Sleeping Dogs Definitive Edition is a flavoursome and entertaining open world action game that can be recommended practically without qualification.
Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition is an amazing video game in most aspects, worth a play for sure.
If you missed Sleeping Dogs last generation then you really should pick this up – With all of the DLC and refinements this is truly the definitive Sleeping Dogs experience… On consoles, at least. The engaging gameplay, unique setting, solid driving and exceptional combat all come together to give players one of the most enjoyable open world games currently available and hopefully this time Sleeping Dogs won't fly under the radar as much and more gamers will get to experience it.
Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition doesn't mess much with what made the original game so great. And that's a good thing.
A worthy investment if you have yet to play this fantastic open-world title. However, if this is a returning visit to Hong Kong, you might want to wait on a price drop.
Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition is a good upgrade to the original game, managing to drastically improve its visuals over the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions. While PC owners won't find that many upgrades, the game is still quite worth the investment for its stellar story. Bear in mind that the combat and the camera issues are still present.
Sleeping Dogs is great, and if you haven't already bought the content previously, it's an excellent deal. However, the Definitive Edition manages to leave a lot of relatively harmless, yet annoying, bugs in place which is a letdown.