Shank 2 Crack/Patch

Shank 2 Shank 2 returns with a story of redemption as Shank, a former mob hitman with a dark and vengeful past, is thrust back into action when the lives of those close to him are endangered. Expanding on the original game’s rich and intuitive combat and control system, Shank 2 continues Klei's tradition of making fluid brawling controls and stunningly beautiful visuals that leapfrogs the competition in the 2D side-scrolling genre. The game also introduces an intense new, arcade-style survival co-op mode that has gamers working together to take down their foes, relying on the environment and weapon pick-ups for survival.

Download Shank 2 Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 74 / 100
User rating
6.5
Downloads 1570
Genre Action, Beat-'Em-Up, 2D
Company / Developer
Electronic Arts / Klei Entertainment

Shank 2 reviews ( 6 )

avestavsdante, Feb 28, 2012

this game worth a 10 because it shows how a game could change in a good way.the first one is good but shank 2 is a tarantino style and in revenge genre. i like it in every way

pokrishka, Dec 7, 2015

This is great as single player game with a distinct B-movie sequel feel to it, which makes it worse than 1st part and at the same time great because it absolutely fits the theme of the series. The survival mode is king, too bad there's just 3 maps for it, but it will prove worth the price for you and your friend if you have 2 controllers. One of the best local coop game I have ever played.

Tomle1202, May 31, 2016

Shank 2 is not an adventure to remember for long, but the experience it brings is undoubtedly bloody, crazy, weird and, best of all, entertaining like the first installment.

Funksatron, Jul 30, 2014

It's about what you'd expect from playing the first game, but without the charm of being the first game. A solid follow-up, but gets old much faster. Turns out not to be fun enough to justify replay.

AlanComek, Jan 8, 2013

The slightly crippled remake of Shank. It's good, I'll give it that, but the gameplay just seems really icky when compared to its superior predecessor.

RectalTerror, Feb 14, 2012

Shank 1 was a visually stunning 2D beat'em up (not really platformer), with average controls (on PC), bearable difficulty, but a lot of fun, over-the-top (violent) action, and a scenario that was pretty much the one of Kill Bill. Shank 2 is still visually stunning, still offers great over-the-top action, and still has a pointless scenario (but that's not important). What it changes are the controls & difficulty, but only to make them worse. Shank 1 required too many keys (half of them being unnecessary), and it's even more broken in Shank 2.But it's in the difficulty that it gets very bad. While the game is slightly more difficult & more frustrating during the "normal" parts, the bosses are unnecessarily hard, very hard, and unlike in Shank 1, require no specific strategy, they're just hard, like in a japanese schmup. If you easily throw your monitor through the window, skip this game, you probably won't see more than 1 or 2 levels of it, and it will be better for your health. If however you enjoy dying a hundred times in a row & replaying the same thing the whole day, then go ahead.It has an online survival mode but to be honnest I haven't been able to find anyone playing it.