Excerpt: Adam Marcus and James Lynch (who’ll you come to know as the titular Kane and Lynch) are an unsavoury duo, one is apparently a traitor and the other apparently murdered his wife. That’s not all though, they also could do with getting their mouths washed out with soap such is the profane words that are spoken from them. I can never remember Jak & Daxter doing or saying such things, perhaps Kane and Lynch should look towards them for some inspiration.
Excerpt: I do my best to keep expectations out of game reviewing and go into games fresh. Usually it's not all that difficult. I don't read previews or interviews with developers working on a game. With very few exceptions videogames aren't advertised on television, so that doesn't pose much of a problem, and internet ads rarely make much of an impression.
Excerpt: As the Eidos publicity machine readied itself to push its new shooter, the two lead characters that emerged as the stars of IO Entertainment's gruesome crime caper presented themselves as some of the most irreverent in gaming's history. The pair that make up Kane & Lynch may sound like a duo from a buddy movie where two rule-bending cops save the day, but they are in fact deeply disturbed convicts, broken out of prison by balaclava-clad henchmen, so they may repay a debt...
Conclusion: It was tough to get the hang of it. this is my favorite offline co op game ok its starts off with player ones charactor kane has suddenly woken up into a unexpeted breakout from jail with player twos charactor lynch but lynch is told to bring kane to the seven a organisation that he owes money to but if he dosent get the money in time they will kill his wife and daughter overall this is a great story of revenge tragety and murder but it needs a second play to realise its...
Excerpt: For most people, an average day consists of waking up, going to work, and maybe going out for dinner. For Kane and Lynch, a normal day may consist of freeing every inmate in a maximum security prison. While this may seem absurd, Kane and Lynch could care less what you think. They have business to take care of, and if it ruins the days, or lives, of a few people, then who cares? They get what they want when they want it.
Excerpt: Kane & Lynch: Dead Men review Game Over Online - http://www.game-over.com Every once in a while a game comes along that starts the conversation anew about whether video games can be considered a form of art. Kane & Lynch: Dead Men is not one of those games. A violent tale of murder and betrayal, Kane & Lynch tries very hard to be like a hardboiled action movie, except it isn’t, and more to the point it isn’t a very good game either.
Excerpt: Kane & Lynch doesn’t waste any time, throwing you head first into its dark world from the very first scene that has the twosome busted free from their prison transport by a group of masked gunmen. After a running firefight through the streets and a narrow escape from the authorities, the story starts to come together. Kane is a former mercenary on death row awaiting execution, freed now by a group called The7 with whom he previously worked.