Most Cinematic Video Games Ever Made
9. Sleeping Dogs
Before Square Enix acquired this game from Activision Publishing in 2011, it was supposed to be the third installment in the True Crimes franchise, but was then changed to Sleeping Dogs, because the name rights were not purchased. I would consider most open world games as cinematic, but Sleeping Dogs took that genre to a whole new level by introducing a full spectrum of martial arts, similar to that of the Batman Arkham series, along with RPG elements to keep the player intrigued.
The basic feature that made this game one of the most cinematic games ever made is the fact that you can wander freely around a fictional version of Hong Kong without ever having to do anything.