Friday, 25 May 2012 12:36
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Square Enix president and chief executive of the US division Mike Fischer thinks Activision must be "crazy" for cancelling True Crime: Hong Kong.
Just for reference, True Crime: Hong Kong was being developed by United Front Games before it got canned by Activision but the game and developer got its second-wind when Square Enix took the game, used some of its Square magic and rebranded it as "Sleeping Dogs."
Speaking to VentureBeat, Fischer talks about what he saw in the franchise and how he thinks the game's different gameplay mechanics are as good as the other, more established franchises.
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