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Game Profile
INFO BOX
PLATFORM:
PlayStation 3
PUBLISHER:
Eidos Interactive
DEVELOPER:
IO Interactive
GENRE: Action
PLAYERS:   1-2
RELEASE DATE:
November 14, 2007
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Kane & Lynch: Dead Men
 Written by John Scalzo  on April 24, 2007

News: Two exclusives bite the dust.



SCi/Eidos has announced that the previously Xbox 360 and PC-only releases Kane & Lynch: Dead Men and Crossfire will also be coming to the PS3.

Kane & Lynch: Dead Men is currently scheduled for a late 2007 release while Crossfire should ship sometime in early 2008. The games will launch on all three platforms simultaneously.

Eidos/SCi had previously said it was considering bringing these two games to the PS3 as well, but that it was waiting for the install base to grow. It looks like they've got their wish.

We'll have more on Kane & Lynch: Dead Men and Crossfire soon.



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