Siliconera’s reporting that the Japanese version of Sleeping Dogs will penalise players who kill civilian players in some missions. The game is called Sleeping Dogs Hong Kong Secret Police in Japan, and will be rated CERO Z, which makes it an adults-only game you have to request at a store counter. Some other small changes have been made to the game, including moving a camera over concern related to a sexual theme. Sleeping Dogs releases in Japan on September 27.
Steam sales are a well established tradition at this point, and a little thing like the mass of discouts of Black Friday isn’t going to stop the service from offering plenty of PC bargains.
If you’ve bought Axiom Verge, more of the sale went directly to the developer than usual, because of a generous offer from the game’s publisher.
The Black Friday deals keep coming, and Green Man Gaming are currently offering three of Bethesda’s most recent games for 50% off their original prices on PC.
Microsoft has announced games on offer for Xbox Live Gold members for December.
United Front Games is rumoured to be closing its doors.
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