Join Wei Shen for the fight of his life. Invited to an exclusive tournament on a hidden island, Wei must overcome the best of the best fighters from across Asia and emerge victorious.Read full description
Join Wei Shen for the fight of his life. Invited to an exclusive tournament on a hidden island, Wei must overcome the best of the best fighters from across Asia and emerge victorious.
Starring Wei Shen, the Zodiac Tournament invites you to become the dragon and unleash your fists of fury! You must utilise all of your best moves as well as some new ones, to defeat the island’s hidden big boss as Wei enters this deadly game of death. New fighting styles, new combatants and new collectibles are also included in this retro gameplay add-on.
Nice DLC with a vintage style Chinese movie theme. This is not unlike many other game's DLC where you just blandly fight arena after arena of enemies. It actually has its fair bit of storyline with different styles of matches with twists to spice things up a bit. The graphic style is a bit shady and is quite different from the main game, but for me it was ok. It lasts about an hour and at the end you are rewarded with two unique costumes which cause extra melee damage when you wear them. Before buying the DLC I had once wandered off to Zodiac Island, and I wondred why it was deserted, yet there in the game. Would recommend it to buy if its on sale, because it is quite short compared to its price tag.
This is the best adaptation of my favourite Bruce Lee film. the DLC itself is not even as long as the movie, but it's still fun nevertheless. I Agree, that this should've been in the core game, but what can you do? Anyway, for a Bruce Lee fan, this DLC is mandatory. It's just better if you get it with the definitive edition.
In the short (hour or so long) Sleeping Dogs: Zodiac Tournament, you fight in an exclusive fighting tournament on an island away from the main game. While the fights and collectibles are interesting and well-done, I feel the DLC is not that worthwhile for the money and should've been included with the original game (it comes with Definitive Edition). So if you still haven't upgraded to the Definitive Edition and are looking for more to do, this DLC could be something, I just don't recommend it.
Probably one of the least expensive DLCs that hit the original Sleeping Dogs game, the Zodiac Tournament DLC puts Wei into a ton of action on the Zodiac Island. Fight your way through the other competitors to unlock some nice looking perks! Unfortunately I found that it didn't add too much gameplay into the original game, and it didn't really bring many hours of gameplay either.
Zodiac Tournament is an unabashed tribute to the classic film "Enter the Dragon". From the beginning setup and title card sequence, the tone is set for a DLC the doesn't take itself seriously and revels in a aesthetic that calls back to 1970's Hong Kong chop socky films. The focus in the missions is on the melee combat, which is definitely one of Sleeping Dogs' greatest strengths. Each of the missions has a mechanic or an enemy that provides a twist on what you've seen before, either with new environmental hazards to consider, or a move set that requires a different approach. It's not particularly deep, and you'll find that it's all over fairly shortly, but it's a fun, breezy add on that plays around with what you've seen before. One of the biggest advantages of this pack is that you can access it at any time from the main game, unlike the other two larger expansions. This allows you to somewhat adjust the difficult, depending on your progress in the main game. The biggest flaw however? You can't change your outfit on the island itself, which means you can't wear the classic yellow jumpsuit you can find in the main game. A missed opportunity for sure.
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