Kane and Lynch aren’t exactly the most gentlemanly fellows to grace cover art, but for Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days, it actually kind of works. The intentional imperfect presentation style of the game — artifacts, blur, washed out colors — translates nicely to the box art.
For anyone not familiar with this sequel, the art probably won’t sell them on the product … or will it? At any rate, I can’t picture moms buying their kid the game after taking a good look at the front cover. Do you really want to live in a world where ten-year-olds are playing Kane and Lynch 2?
That would be simultaneously awful and hysterical. Mostly the former, though — don’t buy this game, kids!