>Takes place in hong kong
>everyone speaks english not cantonese
>with american accents
>not UK accents
good job america
The MC spent like 10 years in the US it's not surprising he talks like he's from LA. Everyone else talks in ching chong stereotypical hollywood chinamen speaking English - not "american accents" at all.
Nope. The driving was outrageously bad, cars felt like they were on rails, melee combat is okay. Oddly enough, the few guns of the game sound great, and the gunplay is better than any GTA.
Having said that, I wish they make a sequel that fixes those problems.
>let's make a game for americans where the MC and everyone else speaks a language they don't understand
sounds brilliant, OP, idk why they didn't take that route
In all seriousness, I assumed they spoke english ONLY for the specific intent of allowing americans to understand the dialogue.
>mfw this triggered /v/ back in the day
>i'm a stupid newfag american that needs to be spoonfed
They made a game based in Hong kong where they spoke chinese before. educate yourself
>not having yellow fevor
MAN WHO NEVER EAT A PORK BUN
IS NEVER A WHOLE MAN
Not Ping>Sandra=Teng>Russian Girl>White Girl>>>>>>>>>Tiffany
>tfw pork buns are fucking disgusting IRL
they were lucky to get emma stone right before she got big famous
Actually... I'm pretty sure Wei doesn't speak Chinese. At all. Like, doesn't even use a Chinese phrase, or figure of speech at all throughout the whole game.
Might be because his VA is Korean, while literally every single other Chinese character's VA is... well, y'know, CHINESE.
Keyword "accents." What kind of accent does "American accent" mean? Typically I see it used for the kind of English without any distinct dialect indicators. So, you know, proper English.
Pretty sure Superbad, Easy A, and Zombieland were already out by the time Sleeping Dogs was out.
>I always wondered how the fuck they got her in the game.
Activision and Square-Enix have some deep reach, anon. Tzi Ma and Lucy Liu are industry vets as well and they were still in the game
Not only is that not true, but you'd have to be a sheltered mustard to honestly think this.
The game being too short is a way worse offense than some accents. It had so many characters that should've been fleshed out more. That, or less characters introduced and thrown away one mission later.
Yeah that was very annoying.
I'm glad the Yakuza games never did this, can you imagine Johnny Toyota from little Tokyo, LA going back to Japan to avenge his uncle murder or some shit like that? CRINGE
On the hardest difficulty it felt like the enemies had jobs and you had to stop specific ones from doing them. It wasn't amazing, it was fine. I (and hopefully most people) don't like Arkham City for the combat.