Kane & Lynch 2 Dog Days Review CoverWell kiddos, I was lucky (or unlucky) enough to receive Kane & Lynch 2 Dog Days from Gamefly on the week of launch release. The game came in the mail and I promptly went and beat the game. I had heard tales of the single player being ridiculously short. Those reports were not in any way mistaken as it took less than 5 hours to complete the single player campaign. Not so good Al….

Also not so good was the story and it’s abrupt ending that I had heard about from some other Kane & Lynch 2 reviews. Graphics are inconsistent, sometimes looking great other times looking unfinished. The mechanics are also a mixed bag. The real fun of the game will be in multi-player and co-op and it looks certain that the developers new that as more than half of the trophies available on the PS3 version of the game are multi-player related and ready for DLC multi-player content that isn’t even available yet. Check out the full Kane & Lynch 2 Dog Days Review at Associated Content. If any of you out there have this on PS3 and want to do some multi in the next few days, send me a message.

Other Stuff I am up to

Went on another trip to the coast, made the rookie mistake of not having an extra battery and the charging dock for my camera has been missing it’s power cord ever since I moved.  So due to that and very little sun at the place we stayed, didn’t get a ton of pictures.  I will post some of them soon.

Currently working on God of War Collection on PS3, Book 4 of the Wheel of Time series, and hope to post my thoughts on Scott Pilgrim movie and game soon.

Now playing: 01-Fratelli chase – Dave Grusin / The Goonies (25th anniversary edition)
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A freelance writer and digital artist, operator of this website. My name is James Schumacher, and I hold a degree in Game Art & Design (BoFA) from the Art Institute in Portland. My passions are gaming, music, books, film and my friends. Select Photography to see some of my latests photos, with more found at 500px and Viewbug. Currently you can find much of my game reviews mostly at Only Single Player http://www.onlysp.com. I am available for freelance writing work, as well as for image and graphic editing.


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