A teaser trailer leaked online may point to the next downloadable content pack coming to open-world action title Sleeping Dogs, according to the YouTube user who posted the video.
User Laurentiu Badea says the above video clips became available in the game's directory alongside a few other cutscenes after he completed the latest Sleeping Dogs DLC, the Zodiac Tournament fighting tournament add-on mission. The video shows several elements unique to Chinese New Year celebrations, and ends with the title card "Year of the Snake."
It is worth nothing that in the Chinese zodiac calendar, 2013 is the Year of the Snake and begins on Sunday, Feb. 10.
Additionally, a set of four trophies for a Year of the Snake content pack have appeared on gaming website Exophase. These trophies list rewards...
European PlayStation Plus members can download for free Sleeping Dogs, Quantum Conundrum, F1 Race Stars, WipEout 2048 and Lumines: Electronic Symphony this February as part of the service's Instant Game Collection.
The European PlayStation Blog announced today that from Feb. 6 for one month, subscribers will be able to download Sleeping Dogs, F1 Race Stars and Quantum Conundrum for PlayStation 3. On the Vita, subscribers can download WipEout 2048 and, from Feb. 20, Lumines: Electronic Symphony will be available.
During February EU PlayStation Plus members will receive discounts on Just Cause 1 and 2, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, the Dust 514 Mercenary Pack and Alien Breed Trilogy. From Jan. 30, Plus members will also have access to an exclusive theme for Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White...
Sleeping Dogs' Zodiac Tournament DLC, which launched this week on Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC, takes players to an island ripped straight from an old school Kung Fu movie, as seen in the trailer above.
The video introduces us to some of the island's visitors, all of whom will use their pugilistic prowess to win the expansion's eponymous martial arts contest. The DLC smacks of classic Kung Fu flicks, particularly Bruce Lee's Enter the Dragon, which also featured an island compound, a fighting tournament, and a nefarious leader who coordinates the bloodsports.
Zodiac Tournament costs 400 Microsoft Points on Xbox 360, and $4.99 on PS3 and PC.