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Submitted by MrSwede 2443d ago | review

IGN UK Reviews Kane & Lynch: Dead Men (X360)

IGN writes:

"Kane & Lynch: Dead Men is a bit of a missed opportunity then. For everything it gets right – the gritty storyline, adrenalin-fuelled firefights and epic set-pieces – it falls flat on its face in other areas, like the stupid AI, disappointing co-op and occasionally by-the-numbers level design. Visually, it's equally as unbalanced. There are times when it looks great, rappelling down the side of a skyscraper for example, but then there are moments when Kane and Lynch's faces look like they're made from melting wax. In fact, the game almost feels rushed and that an extra six months development time would've made the world of difference. As it's stands, Kane & Lynch: Dead Men is an interesting and often exciting - but ultimately flawed - tactical shooter."

Score: 7.0 (Kane & Lynch: Dead Men, Xbox 360)
Tipsed by: TnS
7/10

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