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Sleeping Dogs free for PS Plus subscribers February 6th

Posted: 28.01.2013 by Technet2k

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Sony has unveiled three new PlayStation 3 games coming to PlayStation Plus for free next month, as well as two for PlayStation Vita. Square Enix's Sleeping Dogs arrives February 6th.

It'll be joined by Codemasters' F1 Race Stars and puzzler Quantum Conundrum. Meanwhile Vita will be receiving WipEout 2048 and Lumines: Electronic Symphony, February 13th and 20th.

Zodiac Tournament DLC brings Enter the Dragon to Sleeping Dogs

Posted: 20.12.2012 by JonahFalcon

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The Zodiac Tournament downloadable content pack is now available for 400 MSP/$4.99 on the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC versins of Square-Enix's open world title Sleeping Dogs.

Sleeping Dogs gets Just Cause, Hitman and Deus Ex outfits

Posted: 13.11.2012 by Technet2k

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Tomorrow for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC there will be new DLC for United Front's Sleeping Dogs in the form of the Square Enix Character Pack. This dresses up Wei Shen in three distinctive ways.

The Hitman outfit features a bald, red-tie suited Shen. Deus Ex lets him keep his hair and adds those cool Jensen specs, and augmented tactical suit. Finally there's Rico's island regime changing garb.

Former Square boss calls merger "a complete failure" between Square and Enix

Posted: 08.11.2012 by Technet2k

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Hisashi Suzuki, former president of Square, is less than impressed by the result of 2003's merger between Square and Enix. He grimly remarks the company has "no vision for the future."

This comes after losses of nearly ¥5.5 billion are posted, seeing the Square Enix stock price plunge with a market cap of ¥124 billion. Suzuki-san points to Square's 2003 cap of ¥150 billion.

Square "believed" in Sleeping Dogs from the start, 6 months of DLC in works

Posted: 29.10.2012 by Technet2k

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Producer Dan Sochan of United Front's Sleeping Dogs reveals that Square Enix immediately saw the action sandbox in Hong Kong as a "potential franchise from the very beginning", snapping it up.

He reveals Square "wanted to do DLC" months before release, but the team "spent every waking hour" polishing the core game. New content began only when Sleeping Dogs launched.