Sleeping Dogs Cruise Control challenge is where Wei Shen is driving the DZS-90 a chargeable electro-magnetic pulse (EMP) vehicle, the challenge requires you in two minutes try to kill thirty enemies & destroy as many vehicles as possible in the time limit."Dr. Tang's latest invention. Not exactly street legal." ―In game description. The DZS-90 is a vehicle featured in Sleeping Dogs. It is available in the 'Wheels of Fury Pack' DLC. It was created by Dr. Tang, and is equipped with various gadgets that are obtained through a series of missions, marked by a car-shaped icon on the map. It only becomes available in Wei Shen's garage after he retrieves all of its parts (IE: until he completes all of the missions introduced by the Wheels of Fury Pack). The DZS-90 possesses a variety of unique functions. These include: A chargeable electro-magnetic pulse (EMP), which can disable several cars at once by frying their electronic components (note that this replaces the action hijack system). Using this weapon on a Police Car will earn the player a Heat Level. An auto-drive mode, which activates when the car detects threats so that Wei Shen can focus on defending himself without having to watch the road at the same time. A frontal battering ram, which is capable of disabling most vehicles in one strike, provided the DZS-90 achieves sufficient velocity first Two mounted chain-guns, which Wei Shen can use in lieu of an equipped firearm. These replace the trunk, however, so the player will be unable to obtain tire irons from it. It is also easily the fastest car in the game, though it may become difficult to control at higher speeds. The default radio station of the DZS-90 is Ninja Tune Radio.It is the only vehicle in Sleeping Dogs with mounted weapons. Sleeping Dogs is a 2012 open world action-adventure video game by United Front Games and Square Enix London for PlayStation 3, Windows, and Xbox 360 platforms. Set in contemporary Hong Kong, the single-player story follows Wei Shen, an undercover Hong Kong-American police officer on assignment to infiltrate the Sun On Yee Triad organization. Game-play focuses on Shen's fighting, shooting and parkour abilities, and on gadgets that can be used for combat and exploration. Players must complete missions to unlock content and continue the story, but they may instead wander the game's open world and engage in both legal and criminal activities. The latter may incite a police response, the intensity of which is controlled by a "heat" system. Actions such as fighting, driving and racing grant Shen statistical rewards and earn the player achievements. Sleeping Dogs' difficult and prolonged development began in 2008. The game was announced in 2009 as part of the True Crime series but was canceled by Activision Blizzard in 2011, as a result of the project's delays and budget issues. Six months later, Square Enix bought the publishing rights and renamed the game Sleeping Dogs, without the True Crime license, but considered a spiritual successor. During development, United Front staff visited Hong Kong to conduct field research for the visual environments and sound. Upon its release in 2012, the game received positive reviews for its combat, voice acting, experience system and depiction of the city; but its graphics, camera, and animations were criticized. Within one year, the game had sold over 1.5 million copies. New outfits, missions and add-ons, as well as three expansion packs, were released as downloadable content in the six months following the game's debut. A remastered version, subtitled Definitive Edition, was released in October 2014 for Windows, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. It features improved game-play, setting and audiovisual quality based on community feedback. A spin-off, Triad Wars, was canceled mid-development in 2015.
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