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Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days - Xbox 360

Platform : Xbox 360
Rated: Mature
88 customer reviews
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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.

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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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Product Details

Platform: Xbox 360
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  • ASIN: B0023CBY4E
  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5.4 x 0.6 inches ; 3.2 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: August 17, 2010
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (88 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,305 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

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30 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Gorden Freeman on August 17, 2010
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
Let me just start off by saying that this game is a rental, not because it plays poorly or is full of bugs, but because the single player story is under 5 hours long. That's right laddies and gentlemen, it took me under 5 hours to beat this game. It is absolutely abhorrent that the developers/publishers are getting $60 for this. If anyone else out there is like me, just based on the shear irritation I experienced upon finishing this game in under 5 hours, I will more than likely not play through it again. I bought this game because I enjoyed the first game (even though it was buggy and full of little technical issues), and that it took me a couple of days to finish it.

Now on to the performance of the game. The shooting mechanic is vastly improved in this game, and the cover system works perfectly. About 99% of the game runs beautifully at a very constant frame rate and the action blends nicely into the ongoing dialog the two characters, Kane and Lynch, carry on throughout the game. Also, I actually enjoyed what they did with the camera, making it look like the entire experience was recorded.

So in closing, if you really, REALLY want this game, go ahead and throw $60 out the window. But if you can be patient, and learn from my horrible mistake, either rent it or wait for the price to come way down.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By SCF on August 22, 2010
Platform for Display: Xbox 360 Verified Purchase
Kane & Lynch 2 demonstrates what happens when a development team tries to form an entire game around one glimmering fragment of a good idea.

The story is almost non-existent. It's Mario Bros. Two guys fighting their way through each level, trying to rescue the girl. That's it. It, obviously, continues with the same two irredeemable and unlikable lead characters from the first game that one feels no connection to or interest in.

Also, like the first Kane & Lynch, it tries far too hard to be edgy. As a fan of cleverly applied foul language, I'm put off when a game is so blatantly trying to appeal to twelve year old boys with excessive use of the 'F-word'. It comes across fake and insincere and patronizing.

It has one note of gameplay. You run through hallways shooting people, until you get to the other side. Then a new level loads and you shoot through another hallway, shooting more people. Four hours later, the game is over.

Many have rightfully complained that while length is not everything, it's hard to justify a full retail price for a four hour game. I agree, but I also would not have wanted to sit through another four hours of the same tiring, boring, monotonous action. In fact, I started looking forward to the end arriving, by about the third hour.

Multiplayer has potential, but falls flat. Part of that is due to the poor matchmaking, which seems dated. You'll spend a lot of time waiting in lobbies for people to join and games to start. The loading screens between games, joining lobbies, leaving lobbies, returning to lobbies from games are lengthy and a bit frustrating. There also isn't any host-migration, which has come to be expected in modern multiplayer games.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By J. Carter on March 25, 2011
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
The other day I was reading an interview with a game developer who said he wanted to work on a game with sensibilities that echoed the movie Heat [Blu-ray], because no one had done it yet.

First things first. When people fantasize about a "Heat"-esque game, I'm sure there's only one thing that comes to mind: epic street-level shootouts involving scads of ammo, automatic weapons, cops, shattering glass, screaming pedestrians and duffel bags slung over the shoulder. I'm pretty confident no one wants to play a "Heat" game that revolves around your ruined relationship with your wife and stepdaughter, or meetings in diners with arch-rivals.

If we can agree on that, then I'm here to tell you that Kane & Lynch 2 is as close as you're going to get to a Heat-esque experience in the gaming medium. The entire single player story is one brutally violent street-level shootout after another, while the multiplayer modes masterfully evoke the tense feeling of being in a gang of like-minded criminals who will do anything to go home with a bigger cut - including killing their teammates in cold blood.

Kane & Lynch 2 also inhabits its own game space with the kind of confidence few games can manage. That is to say, everything is of a piece and seems the result of a singularity of vision so rare in these times when games seem content to come to you, when it should be the other way around. So few games challenge players to really accept things on the game's level - also see Dead Rising,
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By 1Life on October 6, 2010
Platform for Display: Xbox 360
i'm so glad that i rented this title because i beat the game in 6 hours. The first reviewer is right when he said it took him 5 hours to beat it. it took me 5 hours to get to the 2nd last mission before i went to bed that night. the next day it took me about 30 min-1hr to beat the last one.

the game is REALLY fun, and very addictive to play. i love the weapons in it. so much better then Dead Men to me. shooting is much better in this one, then dead men.

i found the graphics to be a bit grainy though.. not too top notch like some other titles. that bothered me for about half of the game, before i got use to it.

this game really deserves like 3 stars from me, but i am giving it 4, cuz i had alot of fun playing it, but i beat it really fast... so i am glad i only spent $6 to rent it and play it. i got 4 days on rentals, but i only needed 2. returned it.

i wish there were more missions or harder ones. after i beat a game, i see no further reason to really keep it around. i have a 360, so i don't play online. (i don't want to pay). if i had the pc specs for this game, i would buy it and play multiplayer online. i'm sure that has to be fun. i don't own a ps3 either yet, so i don't know what multiplayer is like for this game. but if multiplayer is as fun as the game is, then i would buy it to play online.

for those of you waiting to play it out there, DEFINITELY DO NOT PAY $60. DON'T DO IT! NOT WORTH IT!. Not even worth $20. just go rent it. trust me, you'll thank me later, especially ppl who are like me and the guy above who can beat games in like 5 hours or less... and note, usually it's very rare for me to beat a game same day i get it..but dog days is so fun to play i got addicted to it, and i think that's how i beat it so fast.. cuz i was playing it all the time, and it is easy.

just go rent the title. if it does take you longer then 4 days rental time to beat it, just re-rent it.
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