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DescriptionKane & Lynch 2: Dog Days is the sequel to the 2007 game Kane & Lynch: Dead Men. This time the player takes on the role of the medicated psychopath, Lynch. The setting is moved to Shanghai, where Lynch has moved to and has set up an arms deal with a British crime boss that will help him retire once and for all. Although Kane is there to help him out, the deal goes bad. The game takes place in the ensuing 48 hours.
As in the predecessor, gameplay revolves around cover-based combat, which is now activated manually with a button, as opposed to the automatic 'sticky' method used before. The player now also has the ability to grab human shields and use them as portable cover. In addition to this, there is a new throwing mechanism to hurl things at people. As such it is possible to throw things like gas canisters in clusters of enemies, which can then be shot and detonated. Last but not least, the player can carry two weapons at once.
The campaign can be played through in co-op mode with a friend on split-screen, or on dedicated servers; the second player assumes the role of ex-military man Kane. In addition to co-op, several other multiplayer modes are also supported. Fragile Alliance makes a return from the first game and allows a team of four to eight players to perform bank robberies, which consist of taking out the guards, breaking into the vault and making a getaway. Score is based on how much money the player personally gets away with, creating a recipe for betrayal. The Undercover Cop mode is a variation on the previous mode, in which one of the robbers is actually an undercover cop who must prevent the robbers getting away with the loot. The undercover player cannot be harmed by the security personnel, and cannot kill them either. The final mode is Cops and Robbers, which has two teams pitted up against each other, one taking the role of cops, the other taking the role of the robbers. The robbers should attempt to get the money and the cops should attempt to stop them. At the end of each round, the teams will swap places, and whichever team gets away with the most money wins.
- "ケイン アンド リンチ2 ドッグ・デイズ" -- Japanese spelling
Part of the Following Groups
- BPjS / BPjM indexed games
- Games made into comics
- Japanese PlayStation 3 games with full English support
- Kane & Lynch series
- Physics Engine: Havok
- PlayStation 3 Essentials Range releases
- Protagonist: Gangster
- Protagonist: Mullet haircut
- Setting: City - Shanghai
- Xbox 360 Classics releases
|Dog Days: an underrated gem||Xbox 360||>>GuKankuro>> (28)|
|Gamegravy||PlayStation 3||Mar 10, 2012||9.25 out of 10||92|
|GamingEvolution||PlayStation 3||Aug 20, 2010||7.5 out of 10||75|
|That Gaming Site||Windows||Aug 22, 2010||7 out of 10||70|
|4Players.de||PlayStation 3||Aug 24, 2010||68 out of 100||68|
|4Players.de||Xbox 360||Aug 24, 2010||68 out of 100||68|
|GameSpot||Windows||Aug 17, 2010||6.5 out of 10||65|
|ComputerGames.ro||Windows||Sep 03, 2010||65 out of 100||65|
|XboxAchievements||Xbox 360||Sep 09, 2010||61 out of 100||61|
|Thunderbolt Games||PlayStation 3||Aug 23, 2010||4 out of 10||40|
|GreatGamer.Ru||Windows||Sep 03, 2010||Unscored||Unscored|
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Cut versionsThere are two cut versions of the game: German and Japanese. Both versions remove ragdoll effects on corpses, the possibility to shoot at civilians or slowly dying enemies that were mortally wounded during shoot outs.
An additional change in the Japanese version is the complete removal of the pixel filter. However, in turn naked characters (Kane & Lynch in chapter six and the girl in chapter one) have underwear and the cuts on the protagonist's bodies in chapter six were toned down.
A detailed list of changes can be found on the German site schnittberichte.com (German, Japanese)
Related Web Sites
- Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days (official website)
PlayStation 3 Credits (493 people)
470 developers, 23 thanks
Jesper Bloch‑Christiansen, Morten Heiberg Rasmussen, Athanasios Kastanidis, Martin Harring, James Andrew Nigel Lee, Henrik Schlichter, Ole Ciliox, Christian Steinbauer, Oleksiy Yakovenko, Asger Friis‑Vigh, Thomas Riisbjerg, Rasmus Hartvig, Kasper Engelstoft