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Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days - Limited Edition (PS3)

Platform : PlayStation 3
Rated: Unknown
3.3 out of 5 stars 51 customer reviews

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  • Platform:   PlayStation 3
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 18 years and over Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B002ZRQ3UW
  • Product Dimensions: 17.3 x 13.7 x 1.8 cm ; 32 g
  • Release Date: 20 Aug. 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 13,558 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Product Description

Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days is a raw and brutal crime shooter designed to take players on an even more intense story experience, following two of gaming’s most disturbed criminals, through the gritty Shanghai underworld.

Introducing a new visual experience, Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days is inspired by documentary filmmakers and the user-generated era. Every aspect of the game has been designed to deliver a fresh perspective to the words ‘intensity’ and ‘realism’ in video games.

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Kane & Lynch 2: Dogs Days Limited Edition delivers an additional experience to the critically acclaimed multiplayer modes with FREE content. Play the Exclusive Radio Tower multiplayer map in Fragile Alliance, Undercover Cop, Cops & Robbers multiplayer modes, and in Arcade Mode. Glazer, the crime boss of the Expats, has been hired to collect dirty cash from an abandoned factory. Old communist monuments in the run down area of Shanghai are soon to be demolished, making it the perfect location for deal to go down. No one is sure that this deal is safe, so everyone needs to be ready to work together and be prepared to get in & out quickly with the $4 Million

Stay sharp - Choose your weapon from the 7 confiscated exclusives available:

1. TQR ELITE Police reg.: 9791-A242 US Assault Rifle. Very Advanced and highly illegal. Obtained after the South Harbor Massacre.
2. TQR SBR Police reg.: 8593-A503 Submachine gun, custom-made. Origin: US. Found in the aftermath of the Shuang Xi Restaurant massacre.
3. STEELE 870 Police reg.: 2610-G991 US standard shotgun. Found on the Suzhou river bank.
4. KALININGRAD 47 Police reg.: 1574-A087 Customized MG. Origin: Unknown. Found in Bus Terminal near Nanjing Lu. Distinctive markings.
5. PAC 10 SILENCED Police reg.: 4838-A854 Small lowgrade MG w/silencer. Retrieved from the Golden Flower Apartment Complex gang incident.
6. DORETTA SILENCED Police reg.: 9551-D854 Hand Gun w/ silencer. Origin: European. Found in a public toilet off Mali Lu.
7. N77P SILENCED Police reg.: 2317-A746

Conceal your identity with 8 stolen masks perfect for this job:

8 Exclusive costume masks stolen from a Chinese gift shop. You never want to be identified, especially if you are a traitor!

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For me, this games big selling point was its initial setting (as shown in the PSN demo) and how it was portrayed, because it looks gorgeous, far better than the bland character models that inhabit it to be honest. Gorgeous lines of neon colour coupled with many impressive visual effects really catch the eye and give the game its own unique look. Sadly, this doesn't last forever as we are then drudged through the usual generic buildings, factories, train yards that we have seen time and time again.

The biggest flaw of this game is the aiming, they have perhaps tried to make the guns more realistic, but it's just annoying. I'm sure if I unloaded an entire clip of an Uzi it would be hard to aim, but at the same time if its at someone not 2 feet away from me i'm sure i'd hit them at least once, not here sadly. Firing in short bursts and switching on the auto-aim doesn't help much either. The aiming gets a bit better as the guns improve, but when your shotgun is more accurate from long distances than your machine guns are, you can see where the problems lie. And as the majority of the game is simply run, get into cover, and shoot its a massive flaw to have. The other flaw is all your guns sound rather weedy and lack any real "kick", most of them sound like potato guns truth be known.

Another big negative is the games length, I finished it in under 4 hours which is far too short in this day and age. There are achievements to collect, a high scoring arcade mode and the usual online multiplayer, but I feel it should still have had more, even at a reduced RRP price of under £25. The limited edition version comes with download codes for an extra map, weapons and masks.

Despite all these flaws though ive still given the game 3 stars, and that's a testament to the interesting characters and the few standout moments throughout the game. Like Kane and Lynch themselves though, approach with caution.
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Sweaty, sweary anti-heroes Kane and Lynch are back to terrorise poor old Shanghai, presumably still recovering from the beating it took from EA's Army of Two: The 40th Day, just one of many similarities these two games share. Location? Check. Obnoxious, unlikeable protaganists? Check. A non-event plot? Check... Both dumb, then, but at least Rios and Salem are fun...

Gameplay/Story: 2/5
Lynch calls in Kane for a seemingly simple job, except something goes wrong and blah blah blah. The plot is perfunctory to GETTING SHOT AT A LOT AND SWEARING, two things this game does well. Each stage essentially involves you slowly moving through a location, using the old take cover/shoot from cover/advance method until you reach the anti-climactic end. And thats it. One brief section involves you firing from a helicopter, but there is almost no variation to the mission structure. Taking cover is also a pain, since Lynch seems to be allergic to certain surfaces, leaving you open to being shot at. Basically, the story mode is an unforgiving, uninspiring slog.

Lynch often feels so lightweight that you fear a gentle breeze will knock him to the floor. The weapons in a game like this should be one of its selling points; however, the majority of the guns at your disposal lack bite, with you resorting to grabbing whatever happens to be lying around in the vain hope it might do more than tickle the endless waves of goons sent your way.

Presentation/Sound: 4/5
K&L2's strongest point is its genuinely unique style. Presented in grainy, YouTube style shaky cam, it gives the game an element of immersion that you would normally expect the story to provide.
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This review will be short and sweet. The single player is simply put awesome, a real gritty crime drama. Though you will finish it in a little over 5 hours. Then we come to multiplayer which can only be described and insultingly bad. I never played a game that lagged so badly online. RENT IT ENJOY IT HAND IT BACK.
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this has to be one of the worst games I have ever played, the graphics are disappointing, the story line short, it is a complete rip off to pay for a game that you can complete in three hours, there is too much distortion to see what is going on, it irritates me when game companies just want to rip fans off with second rate games to cash in on previous games, this seems to be the mould in video games, are the designers running out of ideas because so many games have been poor and for what you pay, this idiots must be laughing at people buying their rubbish, do yourself a favour and keep clear of this rubbish game. I have never been let down with so much hype.
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This game has taken some pretty harsh reviews and in my opinion is one of the most underrated games of the last console generation. The first instalment in the series has not helped this game, as it was so poorly rated, but please try to ignore some of the slating reviews and have a go at a game that is, to put it plainly...fun to play!


K&L 2: Dog Days is a gritty story set in the dark and seedy criminal underworld of Shanghai. The plot is a typical ‘from bad to worse’ scenario where Kane & Lynch find themselves accidentally entangled with Shanghai’s most notorious gang leader. For those of you who have not played the first instalment of the series and are concerned that there will be gaps in the story telling, do not be deterred in getting this game as there is little connection between the stories and it can easily be played as a standalone game. I enjoyed the story telling and scene setting in this mature and, at times, grim plot. Yes, the story is basic and the protagonists are awful people doing awful things, but you can’t help to want Kane & Lynch to succeed. The story is plain and simple, well paced and it doesn’t try to be something it’s not.


The visuals in this game are, in my opinion, great for the game it is. The graphics complement the story and are a perfect fit for the tone of the game. Lots of screen flare from neon lights and rain soaked streets, coupled with a home camera style of capturing the moment. Visuals can be a bit lifeless in some scenes, such as derelict buildings and wastelands; however the streets of Shanghai lit up by police lights in the rain look gritty and raw and help to set the scene beautifully. One of the biggest bugbears of this game in previous reviews is the shaky camera follow system.
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