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Submitted by PlayDevilcom 1560d ago | review

PlayDevil: Kane & Lynch 2: Dogs Days Review

PlayDevil has just published their in depth review of the sequel to one of the most violent game, "Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days".

Is this a dog’s dinner and is it again buggy?

Here's a snip:

"In single player, all the co-op moves are completed automatically, and your AI partner doesn’t even need to heal ever (annoyingly they can’t heal you either). The AI seems decent enough, although this kind of game is doubtlessly made for co-op. K&L doesn’t really add anything to the mix other than a really shaky camera, that frankly made me feel ill (thankfully you can turn this off in the options menu at any point)." (Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days, Kane & Lynch: Dog Days, PS3, Xbox 360) 78/100

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