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Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition was released for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 10.

A reissue of 2012's crime adventure, Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition is the story of a man torn between two lives--that of a gangster and that of an undercover cop.

The game has often been compared to Grand Theft Auto. But, after Definitive Edition was released, PlayStation Access showed us 5 doable things in Sleeping Dogs that are impossible in Grand Theft Auto.

One of the possible moves in Sleeping Dogs is counter-handcuffing police. You can also soar through the air and land on the roof of a car before commandeering it.

And, if you want to cause extra destruction while driving, you can open your car door and strike unsuspecting pedestrians.

If you want to beat up your enemies in more creative ways, you can utilize your environment--dumpster doors, car doors, and even fish tanks are at your disposal.

On a less destructive note, you can sing karaoke.

Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition has received positive reviews from critics.

"For better or worse," Gamespot stated in its review of the game, "Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition is not htat much different from your standard issue Game of the Year Eidition.

That is to say, you'll be treated one of the best open world crime adventures in recent years, and the game still looks great, if not dramatically different on its new hardware."

For more about Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition, visit the game's official website here.