Georges St. Pierre is now a combat consultant in the new ‘Sleeping Dogs’ videogame

So I got this really nice crystal ball from the thrift store yesterday and I thought I would use it to foretell what Georges St. Pierre would say in his black/white pre-fight interview that airs just before his next fight. I can guarantee you that GSP will mention something along the lines of ‘I will be the best Georges St. Pierre that I’ve ever been.’ He will also use ‘He can’t handle my riddum,’ then the hard-metal will blast through your television set, and you will run around your living room like a lunatic. I tried using my thrift-store crystal ball to predict what would be the outcome of Georges St. Pierre vs. Carlos Condit, but my neighbor thought it was a giant Gobstopper and tried to eat it whole. He’s dead, now. Death by crystal ball. He should have saw it coming.

Hopefully your Xbox 360’s ‘Riddum Handling Abilities (RHA)’ will be cranked to the max now that Square Enix has announced Georges St. Pierre will serve as a combat consultant in the action thriller videogame, ‘Sleeping Dogs.’ I’m not even sure if the game is an action thriller, but I lost a bet with my friend and told him I would use the term in an article today.

From what I can discern, the game places you in the heart of Hong Kong as an underground detective hellbent on kicking as much ass as possible while doing the whole ‘protect the innocent and solve the case’ as a side mission. Apparently you can use anything you find in the game as a potential weapon, including refrigerator doors, phone booths, machine saws, and a couple of things called ‘fists.’ The official release date of the game is the second quarter of 2012, but in the meantime check out this new trailer for ‘Sleeping Dogs’ which features some relatively decent action sequences. Props to Minker17 for the find.

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