After buying True Crime: Hong Kong from Activision and changing the name, the game is almost finished for release. The demo is in full from a recent trailer and features on foot combat and chasing trough crowds and facing multiple enemies and using the environment around you to aid in defeating enemies. Once you beat the boss, the demo ends. Really short. I think being able to be a really free form melee fighter in a third person game brings something fresh to not just be a typical action game or brawler. There was no driving seen in the trailers for this demo, sadly.
There’s a lot of blood, gore, and violence here that would make Grand Theft Auto blush.blog comments powered by Disqus