Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days Screenshots and Images - PC

Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days
  • Publisher: Eidos
  • Genre:Action, Shooter
  • Developer: Io Interactive
  • Release Date:Aug 24, 2010
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Blood, Drug Reference, Intense Violence, Partial Nudity, Strong Language)
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Game Description:Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days is a raw and brutal crime shooter designed to take players on an even more intense story experience, following two of gaming’s most disturbed criminals, through the gritty Shanghai underworld. Introducing a new visual experience, Kane & Lynch 2™: Dog Days is inspired by documentary filmmakers and the user-generated era. Every aspect of the game has been designed to deliver a fresh perspective to the words ‘intensity’ and ‘realism’ in video games.
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