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Kane & Lynch: Dead Men review

Get Agent 47 on the phone - we've two chumps to be put out of their misery...

Instead, you’re usually dropped into a scenario with only a black screen and Kane & Lynch’s voices to shuffle the story along, and then expected to shoot your way from A to B without so much as a motive. The narrative should have been much stronger to give you a reason to take on the tasks, but it’s dreadful and leaves you wondering exactly how you’ve ended up in Japan or in a South American civil war. We won’t spoil it, but don’t expect any loose ends to be tied up at the conclusion either.

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GenreAction
DescriptionA next-gen third-person action game from the makers of the Hitman series? Where do we get in line?
PlatformPS3, PC, Xbox 360
US censor ratingMature

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Hi, I’m Nathan. You may remember me from such websites as, erm, this one circa 2011. Been hustling in games for over a decade and write for Official PlayStation, Official Xbox, Gamesmaster and more.
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