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Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days - Playstation 3

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3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews) 62 / 100

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Platform: PlayStation 3
  • A New Shooter Experience - With unmatched levels of realism and intensity, Kane & Lynch 2 delivers a grittier and more relentless experience than any other product in the genre
  • Play as Lynch - This time play as psychopath Lynch, taking full advantage of the opportunities Shanghai has to offer and allowing nothing to get in his way
  • Online Co-op - Play cooperatively with a partner through the entire story mode of the game as Kane and Lynch take on the lowlife of Shanghai
  • New shooter mechanics include button-activated cover system, refined AI, Down not Dead - second chance allowing player to shoot back/crawl to cover in one-shot kill situations and Human Shields - act of desperation adding more dimension to cover system

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Product Details

Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0023CBZ70
  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 5.2 x 0.6 inches ; 3.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: August 17, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,856 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: PlayStation 3

Product Description

Experience 48 hours of hell with two of gaming’s most notorious criminals. In Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days, Kane and Lynch face the consequences when a simple job gone wrong sets off a desperate and frantic struggle to escape the entire Shanghai underworld. Experience intense action in Single Player, online and offline Co-op, Fragile Alliance multiplayer and Arcade modes. Ground-breaking art direction, relentless action gameplay, and innovative multiplayer re-define the action-shooter experience and position this product from IO Interactive as the stand-out shooter of 2010.

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Experience 48 hours of hell with two of gaming's most notorious criminals. In Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days, Kane and Lynch face the consequences when a simple job gone wrong sets off a desperate and frantic struggle to escape the entire Shanghai underworld. Experience intense action in Single Player, online and offline Co-op, Fragile Alliance multiplayer and Arcade modes.

Ground-breaking art direction, relentless action gameplay, and innovative multiplayer re-define the action-shooter experience, and position this product from IO Interactive as the stand-out shooter of 2010.

ESRB Rating: MATURE with Blood, Drug Reference, Intense Violence, Partial Nudity, Strong Language.

Lynch in a street shoot-out.
Down but not dead.
This restaurant is closed.
Lynch at the city limits.
Back alley co-op.
Shoot out in little China.
Kane & Lynch out DVD shopping.



Key Features

  • A New Shooter Experience — With unmatched levels of realism and intensity, Kane & Lynch 2 delivers a grittier and more relentless experience than any other product in the genre

  • Play as Lynch — This time play as psychopath Lynch, taking full advantage of the opportunities Shanghai has to offer and allowing nothing to get in his way

  • Online Co-op — Play cooperatively with a partner through the entire story mode of the game as Kane and Lynch take on the lowlife of Shanghai

  • New Shooter Gameplay — New shooter mechanics built from the ground up include a button-activated cover system and refined AI as well as:
    • Down not Dead — a second chance that allows the player to shoot back or crawl to cover in one-shot kill situations

    • Human Shields — an act of desperation that adds more dimension to the cover system


  • Critically-Acclaimed Heist Multiplayer — Fragile Alliance is back with innovative new modes:
    • Fragile Alliance — based on Greed, Betrayal & Revenge; now extended with more risk and more rewards. For up to 8 players

    • Undercover Cop — adds an extra level of paranoia to Fragile Alliance as teams are infiltrated by a mole set to stop the alliance.

    • Cops & Robbers — creates a new team-mode dynamic with Robbers trying to protect the money and Cops trying to retrieve it. For up to 12 players

    • Arcade mode — Sharpen your heist skills in single player Arcade mode. The difficulty increases with each level, progressing as long as you survive and escape


  • Kane & Lynch On the Big Screen — Bruce Willis and Jami Foxx play the lead roles in the Lion's Gate film opening Summer 2011.

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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Definitely underrated. August 21, 2010
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Although I do most of my purchasing on Amazon, this is my first written review of a product. Because of the lack of higher reviews, I felt like my positive input/support of the game was necessary. Hopefully people aren't too quick too judge and will ignore some of the mediocre reviews of the game, but Dog Days was honestly one of the most intense games I've played in a while.

Sure, the single player was short (which is why I'm giving the game 4 starts rather than 5), but it was definitely an extremely gritty, violent, and immersive one. I honestly had a great time playing through the single player campaign, and have started tackling Arcade Mode, as well as the creative and entertaining multiplayer components. Top notch voice acting and audio effects, along with an amazing environmental recreation of Shanghai, made for a great experience.

Maybe the handheld, shaky cam style isn't for everyone, but I found that it really contributed to the game, and definitely separated it from other third person shooters on the market (which was the whole point of it, but they really did succeed in making it work), and if it's too shaky for some players, there is an option to toggle the 'camera bob' on or off. Also, I'm never a fan of short single player campaigns, and I do wish that Dog Days had a longer one, but because it was fun and entertaining the entire way through, I feel more compelled to go back and give it another playthrough on a higher difficulty, which I don't often do.

The bottom line is that the game is a bit underrated, but really gritty, intense, and entertaining. The campaign is a short one (roughly 6 hours on Normal difficulty), but a very fun and stylish one nonetheless (greatly supported by the shaky cam and other visual/audio effects). Arcade Mode and the other multiplayer modes are all addicting, unique, and include a ranking system. If you're hesitant, give it a rental, or just wait a couple months for the price to drop and pick it up.
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars More than I expected September 2, 2010
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I never played the first game, but I was drawn to the style and presentation of this new installment. I have played through the single player story and it is shorter than most. It took me about 5 hours the first time through. I wish they could have created a more varied and lengthier campaign. It would have rounded out the game into a top notch title. The story was pretty simple and lacked a good story arc, but I enjoyed the one liners and off the cuff comments that came out as the story developed in game.

The game really pulls me in with how different it is with its presentation. For me it is a very welcome change from military shooters like Modern Warfare 2 and Killzone 2. Neon lights and dirty street alleys and the frantic fire fights through restaurants are so great. It feels like the best moments from the movie Heat turned up to 11.

There are two more game modes beyond the story, Arcade Mode and Online Multiplayer. They are mirrors of each other, but hold many hours of great fun. You play through a variety of heists with 7 team mates in several different game modes, designed to make sure you turn into a greedy, nasty, heartless criminal. Normally I like to play as the good guy, but after a few hours I was perfecting ways to kill off team mates and steal their part or the loot for myself. It became so much fun and challenging as you try to get to round 10 on a certain map. To me this is where the game really shines and stands out from the crowd. If you enjoy multiplayer this game is a blast.

Overall the game has flaws but can really shine in certain places.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good, but needs work September 29, 2010
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
I didn't play the first K&L but I picked this one up needing something to play. The graphics are impressive though really a good number of the levels are dark and the game is absolutely linear. The reason I bring this up is the game requires installation and long loading screens though the maps are far smaller than many sandbox worlds in other games that do not require that and like I said, its dark so beyond a spash background of city skyline there is not a ton of high def graphics that need processing or a massive map because at one point the level consists of traveling a total of 150 meters through a large ruined building (as in concrete support beams and occasional construction material). The loading screens appear really to be more "cutscenes" for progressing the story line but if that was the case why not just use in game dialogue. Granted, this is a monor detail.

Someone else mentioned aiming - which is general at best - and just expect to fire several rounds to hit a target once or twice. I say this because for someone like Kane or Lynch to have so much time doing reflexive fires there is no reason their aim should be this bad - thus there is no reason if you aim right you are so bad. If that wasnt frustrating enough the R1 button fires and the R2 button (PS3) reloads. On paper this makes sense except R2 is the trigger and a larger button (logically the choice for a fire button) and the R1 button is much smaller and located in a less convienient location. Maybe some shooters like this but I found it the opposite of all my other FPS games and you have no way to adjust the controls. For a game that requires pretty much flat out shooting messing up the trigger button is an unforgivable error.
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