D+PAD Magazine writes:
In serving its cold, dirty and gritty underbelly, Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days is met with a unique visual style. Shot to look like real-world documentary type camera work, there’s no escaping the flair that IO Interactive have used to showcase the second in the Kane & Lynch series- the first having been received critically poorly. In trying to distance itself from others in its genre, Dog Days’ employs a hand-held camera aesthetic with rough cuts, sharp movements, blinding lens flares and extremely fuzzy quality all helping to convey its added sense of realism.
And it works.