Sleeping Dogs A sandbox action game with a third-person perspective (TPP). The plot of Sleeping Dogs is inspired by Asian sensational cinema, particularly John Woo. Sleeping Dogs was originally going to be the third installment in the True Crime series, but after legal turmoil it was necessary to change the title but not the game's concept. This time we are moving to the Far East. The plot is also heavily inspired by John Woo School Asian sensational films such as Hard Boiled. Sleeping Dogs Download for PC In the game we meet detective Wei Shen who tries to penetrate the structures of a dangerous criminal organization - Sun On Yee. To gain the gangsters' trust, Wei must follow orders and climb the mafia hierarchy. The road leads through many smaller and larger missions in which we get behind the wheel of fast cars, jump on the roofs and fight melee opponents.
The above elements are the main content of Sleeping Dogs. The hero quickly learns martial arts, the use of various weapons and many other techniques to wreak havoc. The location of the action is the aforementioned Hong Kong, which is divided into different districts (from the magnificent Central HK drowning in splendor to poor Aberdeen). Of course, there are many side quests and challenges in the city that diversify the fun. An important element of the game is the moral aspect of the detective's work undercover, which is heavily inspired by Splinter Cell: Double Agent. The player must be careful not to turn his hero to the dark side on the one hand, and on the other keep the trust of new employers. Inspirations from countless American and Asian action films are visible in the stylized, expressive staging of the production. Visually, the game looks really good, reflecting the atmosphere of the East Asian metropolis in all its glory.
CPU: Core 2 Duo 2.4 GHz or Althon X2 2.7 GHz
RAM: 2 GB
OS: Windows Vista Service Pack 2
GPU: DirectX 10 or 11 compatible Nvidia or AMD ATI card, ATI Radeon 3870 or higher, Nvidia GeForce 8800 GT or higher
HDD: 15 GB
Sleeping Dogs The developer can approach the issue of the "final version" of his work in two ways: make every effort to ensure that the well-known title after the facelift as little as possible deviates from the current standards, tempting at the same time with fresh content - such a goal was guided, among others, by Nintendo, Naughty Dog or 4A Games. The Japanese made sure that The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD released all the defects of the original, even the smallest ones, and the visual setting delighted Wii U owners as much as in 2003 the happy owners of GameCube. The authors of The Last of Us Remastered, in addition to graphic cuts and previously released additions, also allowed you to play in sixty frames per second. Their colleagues, however, were beaten by the Ukrainians - the sensational Metro: Redux publisher can boast of a very long list of modifications and various "enhancers", thus setting new standards in the field of remasters.
Sleeping Dogs The second option the developers have is to go the line of least resistance, returning to the publisher the game modified / improved only slightly. Unfortunately, this is the case here. What can I write about the two-and-a-half-year-old title, which has already been won by all interested parties, especially since some time ago it was offered by PlayStation Plus and Games with Gold? Not much, I'm afraid. The production of Canadians is an extensive adventure game with an action set in an open city, successfully imitating modern Hong Kong. The main character of Sleeping Dogs is Wei Shen, a cop who has just returned from the USA to old garbage. Due to the fact that he grew up in an uninteresting district, the management found him an ideal candidate for a mole. Shen, after making contact with an old buddy named Jackie, joins the Winston Chu gang to undercover to infiltrate the Sun On Yee organization.
Sleeping Dogs As it happens in similar stories, Wei gradually discovers that the triad is not only about murder and dark business, but also brotherhood and honor. Subsequent events leave clear traces on the psyche of the protagonist, for whom the new "family" becomes no less important than the private vendetta and the mission he was sent on. The plot, while fairly predictable, is pretty good, as are the vulgar, meaty dialogues. United Front Games has carved out an extremely brutal and "dirty" position, and fans of such films as Infernal Affairs and Mafia's Choice will feel at home here.