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Submitted by JamesSterling87 838d ago | review

Sleeping Dogs: Year of the Snake DLC Review (PopBucket)

All in all, The Year of the Snake feels like far greater value for money than the previous Zodiac Tournament and Nightmare in North Point DLCs. Although short in duration, it’s a quality experience that’s in-keeping with the main story, whilst providing players with an excellent reason to get back on the streets of Hong Kong.

After getting the snot kicked out of me in my first 3-on-1 brawl (it’s been a few months since I’ve played!) I quickly Googled “How to fight in Sleeping Dogs” and set off to do what Wei Shen does best. From there on, this DLC was pure enjoyment, right up to the very last roundhouse. (PC, PS3, Sleeping Dogs, Sleeping Dogs: Year of the Snake DLC, Xbox 360) 8/10

StreetsofRage  +   838d ago
Great game. Didn't know about this dlc. Might give it a try.
JamesSterling87  +   838d ago
Yeah, pretty good fun for the price. Plus the Tear Gas Launcher is immense!

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