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Game Description:In a city with widespread corruption, Detective Wei Shen of the HK Triad Bureau must go deep undercover into Hong Kong's criminal underbelly to infiltrate and take down the largest and most dangerous of the Triad organizations, the Sun On Yee. Wei must combine mastery of vicious martial arts combat, devastating weaponry, high-speed action driving and acrobatic free-running to defeat anyone that stands between him and his target. As Wei's reputation, face and influence expand and he becomes deeply entrenched in the criminal underworld, the lines between right and wrong, good and evil, duty and power, start to blur. To stay alive as a member of the Triad, he must act like them, dress like them and even kill like them.
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