True Crime: Hong Kong Picked Up By Square Enix


Posted August 1, 2011 - By Nikole Zivalich

True Crime

True Crime: Hong Kong has been brought back from beyond the grave by Square Enix. TR: Hong Kong was in development at United Front Studio until Activision canceled the game earlier this year. The same developers are still on the project, with Square Enix London Studios now onboard as publishers.

"When we first saw and got our hands on the game we fell in love with it," Square Enix London Studios general manager Lee Singleton told Gamasutra.

Looks like we'll get to play through the story of Detective Wei Shen as he hunts down a Triad in Hong Kong. This doesn't mean we'll get to play "True Crime" though, as Square Enix didn't buy the brand itself. True Crime: Hong Kong will be released under a new name. I have a few suggestions: "Big Crime, Little China", "Hong Kong Hustle," "Grand Theft Panda," and "Double Dragon: What Does It Mean?" What do you think they should call it?

Source: Gamasutra

True Crime: Hong Kong Picked Up By Square Enix


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