Turns out one man’s trash is another man’s trash he hopes to pick up, put a bow on and sell for a mint. We won’t even pretend to know the reasoning behind Square Enix’s recent move of acquiring the rights for True Crime: Hong Kong off Activision. All we know is, Activision released Tony Hawk Ride and its sequel, but it wouldn’t release this thing.
“We are committed to working with the team at United Front Games and giving them the time needed to realize the full potential of the game’s standout features and create a truly unique open world adventure,” according to Square Enix London Studios general manager, Lee Singleton. We’d love to give it the benefit of the doubt, we just doubt very much anyone would benefit from it.
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