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Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days Review

Picture the scene if you will. You’re at a bar, and an attractive member of the opposite sex is coyly looking at you. After exchanging surreptitious glances, they approach and the real flirting is about to begin. Except as soon as they open their mouth, a stream of liquid projectile poo comes out of it. You think maybe it’ll die down in a moment, but it never stops. Covered in shit, you doubt the experience could get any more shitty and take cover behind the bar. But the cover system doesn’t work, and now you’re drowning in the shitiness that…

Kane & Wooster

Britain has recently been blessed with a new Budget which, excitingly, proposes similar financial incentives for computer game development as the UK film industry currently enjoys.  How’s that for a stern goosing Messers K. Vaz and A. Titchmarsh? etc.  In order to qualify:  “video games would need to pass a cultural test, scoring against criteria of European heritage and game locations.” So, will we see a sudden glut of culturally British offerings from developers desperate to secure the new funding?  If so, what can we possibly expect from these creations?  To offer a suggestion, I’ve rubbed the tea from my…