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Starts off seeming like a cliched sci-fi premise but goes in more interesting places that ended up surprising me. The action scenes are hyper violent fun, but I could have used a little more of them (tbf one of my favorite movies is The Raid). At times the characters motivations and dialogue are a bit silly and heavy-handed but not enough to spoil my overall enjoyment.

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I really liked the way fights looked and felt in sleeping dogs

Totally agree with this. Still holding out hope for a sequel, spiritual or otherwise.

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#3  Edited By nodsknowingly

I'm also wary about how difficult it looks. Kind of interested to know if playing coop makes it easier or it the difficulty scales up.

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Update,

I wrote this in Google Translate:

エンドースのゾーンへの権利を実際にエンディアンのゾーン3を作ろうとしている他の会社に売却してください

If anyone can read Japanese, is this somewhat understandable?

I can speak Japanese pretty well. 権利 is like human rights, I think you want something like 著作権 or コピーライト. I can probably help you with more of the letter tomorrow if you still want to send it. The stuff @soylentgreen mentioned about あなた is true too.

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#5  Edited By nodsknowingly

I think you should send a physical letter to their HQ in Japan and send it in English. I might sound weird, but honestly I think this would make the biggest impact. Think about it, all Japanese people know a little bit of English and they would pass your letter around the office trying to find someone who knew enough English to understand it. A lot more people would get your message.