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Dog Days is an interesting sequel as it removed a lot of elements from the first game and streamlined it to something simpler. This doesn’t often happen in games they usually build upon the first and improve all the things they didn’t get right the first time around. They also changed up the camera system and went for a more realistic look and feel. The grittiness and emotionality of the game is felt deep inside when you’re playing this game. The intensity is ramped up from the previous game. An although this is a repetitive cover and shoot game where you clear out areas the story will suck you in so you don’t mind it being repetitive. The multiplayer saves this game as it does most games that are not overly great but are pretty good. With plenty of people to play online against I am sure you will spend many hours online.
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A short but compelling campaign that improves on the original in every way. The integration of online coop is tarnished with game bugs that will hopefully be fixed soon. Arcade and fragile alliance modes lengthen the lifespan of this shooter on your shelf.
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'Dog Days' es una secuela 'de libro': menos guión, más tiros y explosiones, y una mecánica de juego que o la amas o la odias.
Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days is a game that runs on its singleplayer, and for that a six hour gameplay experience just isn't long enough. Too many elements in the game are mediocre and eventhough the atmosphere perfectly fits the Dog Days concept, overall we really can't say this is a good game.
This is a game that you should rent first before buying. Some will love that it's a lot like a movie and features lots of shootouts; some will hate it for the same reason. Fortunately, if you try it before you buy it; you'll know almost immediately whether or not this is going to be the game for you.
Il faut bien reconnaître que malgré son emballage guère reluisant, Kane & Lynch 2 nous propose un début d'aventure plutôt bien ficelé. Malheureusement le soufflé retombe assez vite et l'action s'essouffle avant de s'arrêter bien trop brutalement. Il ne faut pas non plus compter sur le multijoueur pour apporter un peu de piment à cette soupe qui est finalement bien dure à avaler.
Despite its intriguing but flawed multiplayer suite, Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days is one of the most underwhelming shooters of recent memory. It doesn’t set out to do a whole lot and what it does do is mostly average: its visual motif is slick but distracting, its gunplay adequate but unsubstantial and its co-op present but unnecessary. The best thing I can say is it’s the closest you’ll ever get to streaking through the streets of Shanghai with an automatic weapon.