Kotaku reports that the official Kane & Lynch: Dead Men website has removed a series of fake five-stars reviews and ratings.
what movie did that?
they put fake reviews on the box
they should drop the price of this game and maybe someone will buy it
I might buy this in a bargain bin, however I expected more from the Hitman folks.
WTF is Eidos' problem?
Sheesh denial is a b!tch!
this game must suck bad.if they have to fake game rating to sell this sh*t. i think they need to stick with just hitman and tomb raider games imo
It's not like this is an isolated incident...I mean just turn on your tv and watch a movie commercial. How many "#1 comedy movie of the year!!" can there be if all 8 comedy movies say they are. I see movies who had gotten a bunch of bad reviews only to see their commercials boasting about how this and that reviewer gave it 4/4 stars and two thumbs up when really everyone hated it.
did you read the fine print? its like some butt f--- town in idaho newspaper reviewer that gave it 4/4 stars. and they can boast that all they want cuz hell, its true! same with game reviews. like www.wegive100%toallgames.com says "kane & lynch: Dead Men" best game ever! well its a website that said it, but its not a reputable source.
wow...just wow. its like watching a train wreck. as much as you wanna turn away, you keep watching and wondering what crazy BS will happen next.
they had fake reviews on the site? thats dumb they should remove them
This game is awesome. Stop listing to idiot reviewers.
1 word : PWNED!
would stop using CGI in their commercials and representing their game in a way that doesn't look anything like the product when you get it. I would feel like we are really getting somewhere..
gamers! I'm glad we're keeping them in check. They'll be on the cleaner side thanks to our vigilance.
They payed themselves for those reviews. :O
Seriously though, this whole situation is one big cluster f*ck.
Good one :)
And true, it's a huge scandal.
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