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Publisher Square-Enix has rescued True Crime: Hong Kong from Limbo and has revealed that the game will be releasing in 2012 under a brand new name.

The game, being developed by United Front Games, was axed by Activision earlier this year.

Luckily for fans it still remains in production at the Vancouver based studio thanks to the games new publisher Square-Enix and is now being overseen by their London based studio.

Square-Enix London Studio’s General Manager, Lee Singleton said;

“When we first saw and got our hands on the game we fell in love with it,”

“It’s one of those games where you don’t want to put the controller down; it’s what we call ‘sticky’, when we met the team at United Front Games, it was a done deal in our
eyes – we instantly recognised the huge potential in the game and the
team.”

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True Crime: Hong Kong To Release In 2012 Thanks To Square-Enix

By EGM Staff | 08/4/2011 10:11 PM PT

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Publisher Square-Enix has rescued True Crime: Hong Kong from Limbo and has revealed that the game will be releasing in 2012 under a brand new name.

The game, being developed by United Front Games, was axed by Activision earlier this year.

Luckily for fans it still remains in production at the Vancouver based studio thanks to the games new publisher Square-Enix and is now being overseen by their London based studio.

Square-Enix London Studio’s General Manager, Lee Singleton said;

“When we first saw and got our hands on the game we fell in love with it,”

“It’s one of those games where you don’t want to put the controller down; it’s what we call ‘sticky’, when we met the team at United Front Games, it was a done deal in our
eyes – we instantly recognised the huge potential in the game and the
team.”

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