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Submitted by Didi 874d ago | review

Sleeping Dogs review | Gamer's Intuition

Sleeping Dogs may not revolutionize the open-world genre, but its unique setting and attention to detail in this living world are a pleasure to experience. There are unfortunately some questions left unanswered in the final moments of the campaign, but the main story comes to a satisfying conclusion that was definitely worth the journey to reach. Even with these minor complaints, Sleeping Dogs is easily recommendable as it's just a great game. Putting it simply, this is a varied, entertaining ride that really shouldn't be missed. (Sleeping Dogs, Xbox 360) -

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