Summary: Returning to Grant City, a boom town gone bust that is falling to the worst excesses of crime, greed and corruption; Dead to Rights: Retribution follows vice cop Jack Slate as he fights to expose shadowy figures that will stop at nothing to exert their deadly influence over the crumbling metropolis.
Conclusion: Concept: Jumpstart a stalled series with an energetic mix of old and new gameplay elements
Graphics: The presentation is solid, with some surprisingly great shading effects
Sound: Gunplay sounds great, and you’ll wince at every bone-snapping melee attack
Playability: It’s a snap to target enemies, even from cover.
Excerpt: Crime in Grant City has increased exponentially, and with most of the police force being bought out by gang lords, there are very few cops willing to take matters into their own hands. Jack Slate is more than willing to clean the streets of Grant City for good, using any means necessary to get the job done. Jack’s motives take a turn though when someone close to him dies during a mission.
Excerpt: I dig cop dramas. Good action movies where the understated good cop struggles against the establishment or against untouchable crime bosses who might frame or try to kill him. Not the clich The new Dead to Rights title was released on Xbox 360 and PS3 on April 27th of 2010. The next-generation game is about Detective Jack Slate and his K-9 companion Shadow and their pursuit of justice after responding to a shots fired / hostage call in a building downtown which...