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Submitted by gaminglives 346d ago | opinion piece

Dead Men Forever

GamingLives' Tim laments on IO Interactive's downsizing and how it meant the end for the "less chiselled, more grizzled" Kane & Lynch series.

"..Kane & Lynch was born in a time when Gears of War was in the process of popularising the cover shooter we all know so well today, with dude-bros wearing bandanas, high-fiving each other and revelling in the blood-soaked carnage, cracking jokes and flexing muscles as they go. Kane & Lynch was never like that." (Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days, Kane & Lynch: Dead Men, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

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