Reviews and Problems with Kane & Lynch: Dead Men
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Poor Mechanics Ultimately Tarnish
24 September 2014
Summary: “Kane And Lynch: Dead Men,” developed by IO Interactive and published by Eidos, is notorious for getting Jeff Gurstmann fired from Gamespot because of his “extremely damning” review of 6.5. It also cast a spotlight on Eidos’ corrupt advertising and business practices.
Summary: Well to start this game was way to short way to easy I mean yeah it had a nice story to it but I give it 3 stars for the lack of game play I say rent this game or buy it while it has a nice price of like 6 bucks
Summary: KANE AND LYNCH IS THE PERFECT COMBINATION OF A SHOOTER AND A GOOD STORY. UNFORTUNATELY THE LAST CHAPTER IS ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO COMPLETE THAT I GAVE UP ON IT, BUT OVERALL KANE AND LYNCH IS A VERY ENJOYABLE GAME.THE LAST CHAPTER HAS NO CONVERSATIONS FROM LYNCH EXCEPT THAT HIS EARS HURT.
Summary: First off, Kane and Lynch is a game developed by IO Interactive, a company that for the most part churns out so so sequels to Hitman. Then they made a so so Hitman movie starring Timothy Olyphant.
Summary: Everything about the game was average. It was not bad and i had fun with it though. The graphics were not bad and the sound was good, but the gameplay and story could have been better. Also some people with he newer Nvidia drivers may need to downgrade them to play it.
Summary: Graphics: 6/10 (Textures seem outdated. Some levels look good, while other look kind of dry or not rich enough in detail.) Gameplay: 5/10 (If the cover system worked as it should this game would have been way better. Also directing your crew seems a bit troublesome specially in the big gunfights.