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  • Blog Post: Square Enix Shutting Down Free-To-Play Sleeping Dogs Successor Triad Wars

    When United Front Games and Square Enix announced more in the Sleeping Dogs universe, fans got their hops up for a return to that setting. What emerged was a free-to-play PC game called Triad Wars announced in October 2013 , and it didn’t catch on. Today, United Front has confirmed the game will... More
  • Blog Post: Report – Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition Headed To Xbox One And PS4

    According to a posting on Amazon, United Front Games’ 2012 open world title, Sleeping Dogs, looks to be getting a next-gen upgrade. According to a product listing on Amazon , Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition has been rebuilt for both the PS4 and Xbox One and will come packaged with a 28-page concept... More
  • Blog Post: Sleeping Dogs Now Free For Xbox Live Gold Members

    Microsoft has announced January’s Games with Gold lineup. The first of the two titles goes live on New Year’s Day. From January 1 through January 15, 2014, Xbox Live Gold members will be able to download United Front Games’ Sleeping Dogs . This open world crime drama features action... More
  • Blog Post: United Front Games Working On New Title In Sleeping Dogs Universe

    Sleeping Dogs was one of the most surprising games of 2012. Not only was it an enjoyable open world experience, but it came through development hell better than anyone expected. Now, United Front is hard at work on a follow-up. All we know at this point is that it will be called Triad Wars. More information... More
  • Blog Post: Triad Wars Is The Next Title From United Front Games

  • Blog Post: Sleeping Dogs Offers A Ridiculous Amount Of Poorly Labeled DLC On Xbox 360

    I'm a big fan of Sleeping Dogs. I put aside a few hours tonight to play through the game's latest DLC offering, The Zodiac Tournament Pack, and also try to reach 100 percent completion in the core campaign. When I ventured onto Sleeping Dogs' Xbox Live marketplace page to download the DLC... More
  • Blog Post: New Sleeping Dogs DLC Detailed

    Square Enix revealed a number of download content add-ons for Sleepings Dogs available this holiday. On November 14, you can download the Dragon Master Pack, which includes the five pre-order packs in one. The other packs are detailed below. Square Enix says the packs are available to download "throughout... More
  • Blog Post: 6 Months Of Sleeping Dogs DLC Planned

    Square Enix isn't being coy about its download content strategy for Sleeping Dogs. The publisher said today there will be new DLC for the game for the next 6 months after the game releases. There are no specific details on what all the content will be, but the announcement suggests we'll see... More
  • Blog Post: Sleeping Dogs Looks Way Better On PC

    Sleeping Dogs is releasing for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC on August 17 -- but the PC version isn't just an identical port. Publisher Square Enix has revealed the PC version has been enhanced to take advantage state-of-the-art PC hardware. The Sleeping Dogs for PC will feature a "high-resolution... More
  • Blog Post: Sleeping Dogs Coming This August With Store-Specific Bonuses

    Sleeping Dogs, the game formerly known as True Crime: Hong Kong, has finally scored an official release date. In addition to that news, publisher Square Enix has revealed a trio of retailer-specific preorder bonuses. Gamers can score in-game content for Sleeping Dogs when they pick it up August 14 on... More
  • Blog Post: New Sleeping Dogs Screenshots

    Square Enix sent over some new screenshots of Sleeping Dogs, the game formally known as True Crime: Hong Kong. Here, we get a taste of some motion blur, explosions, and babes. How can you not be excited for this? Sleeping Dogs will be available on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC in 2012. More
  • Blog Post: True Crime: Hong Kong Coming In 2012 With New Title

    Square Enix says "the game previously known as True Crime: Hong Kong" is coming in 2012. In a blog post on Square Enix's European site, the company revealed that it is indeed moving forward with production on the game, which is still being developed by ModNation Racers developer United... More
  • Blog Post: ModNation Racers Slashes Its Prices

    The kart racer, with its track creator and roster of hundreds of thousands of user-created courses, is now easier to get into than ever before. Effective immediately, the game is now available for $40 on PS3 and $20 on PSP, with the PSP price being cut in half. This deal is good both in stores and online... More
  • Blog Post: True Crime: Hong Kong Pushed To 2011

    Loads of news has come from Activision's second quarter financial results where the company noted that True Crime: Hong Kong will be delayed through next year. The company has not set a specific release window, however we do know the delay was decided to give developer United Front Games "more... More
  • Blog Post: ModNation Update Introduces Casual Mode

    Via the weekly ModNation Monday update, the official PlayStation Blog detailed a slew of tweaks and additions to ModNation Racers that will go live tomorrow. Updates include decreased load times, a new casual difficulty mode, and the ability to invite friends to play in XP races. Additionally, the team... More
  • Blog Post: Sackboy Joins ModNation Racers As Playable Character

    ModNation Racers takes the "Play, Create, Share" motto inspired by LittleBigPlanet to the kart racing scene. Not only do the two games have user-created content and loads of customizing options to choose from, they both also feature Sackboy as a playable character. According to the PlayStation... More
  • Blog Post: ModNation Racers Burns to PSP

    Sony posits that ModNation Racers is an offshoot of the Play/Create/Share philosophy from LittleBigPlanet, and now that focus is spreading to the PSP. The company has announced that the kart racer is releasing on the PSP day-and-date with the TBA spring release of the title on the PlayStation 3. The... More
  • Blog Post: ModNation Racers Beta Open, Mario Kart Tracks Quake With Fear

    A do-it-yourself Mario Kart seems like a no-brainer in this user-generated content generation we live in. Luckily for you, developer United Front Games understands that the sooner they give the tools to their awaiting community, the better the custom tracks will be when the PlayStation 3 exclusive goes... More
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