Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition for Xbox One
Xbox One

Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition

Oct 14, 2014
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Content Rating: Mature


Play as Wei Shen – the highly skilled undercover cop trying to take down the Triads from the inside out. You'll have to prove yourself worthy as you fight your way up the organization, taking part in brutal criminal activities without blowing your cover. Destroy your opponents in brutal hand-to-hand combat using an unmatched martial arts system. Dominate Hong Kong’s buzzing streets in thrilling illegal street races and tear it up in explosive firearms action. Sleeping Dogs’ Hong Kong is the ultimate playground. Undercover, the rules are different.

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19 Reviews
Shad ForsythOct 14, 2014
If you missed Sleeping Dogs on past consoles and are looking for something to bridge the gap until Sleeping Dogs true sequel “Triad Wars” arrives, then maybe this one is worth a look. Overall, it remains a good game play experience. Otherwise, the poor visual performance negates the value of getting all the DLC and in no way does the treatment live up to the obvious comparisons that will be made to Tomb Raider’s Definitive Edition. It’s more average than definitive.
Miguel ConcepcionOct 15, 2014
For better or worse, Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition is not that much different from your standard issue Game of the Year Edition. That is to say, you'll be treated one of the best open world crime adventures in recent years, and the game still looks great, if not dramatically different on its new hardware. ...In a platform library of open-world games that includes Watch Dogs and Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, Sleeping Dogs commands an equally important role.
Colin MoriartyOct 08, 2014
Playing the Definitive Edition reminded me how much I enjoyed its excellent story and characters, combat, and city, but also made me pine for a true new-gen sequel. The differences here might not be worth paying for a second time, but if you missed out on this great open-world action game the first time, you shouldn’t repeat that mistake.