Summary: The Storyline is ok, Game is very short and not very challenging. you can picture this game like Steven seagal movie. you can either kick butt or take the weapon away from the enemy and shoot them. only con is that aiming could be better, also you cannot crouch, dash or dodge your way out of enemy shooting. now that this game is super cheap its worth giving it a try.
Summary: 1>control mapping is not good to me 2>gun control unnecessarily sway for all type of gun. both melee and gun control also feel sluggish. 3>game play is not polished, focus meter should be on all the time, but not. no hint what to do next. there is no clear indication if you fail the chapter or not. aiming unnecessarily sway for all type of gun. many things like that makes game play horrible. ign and press average gave 6/10.
Summary: I only felt cunning when I was running backward while playing this game, since enemies like to flank you. Stay away from close combat if there are more than 2 enemies nearby. Early on, this game can be difficult, and there aren't alot of checkpoints. I was frustrated that the cutscenes couldn't be skipped. There are Arkham Asylum sequences, in which you stalk prey as the dog. You can run out of ammo quickly. This guy's an olympic sprinter.
Summary: Game feels like its Die Hard.. and your in the Nakatomi building.. you have to take out a bunch of bad guys.. so while i play this game i kept saying .. Yipee Kai Yay.. ---- --KERS.. LOL.. game wasnt really as fun as it looked.. and its not like final fight at all.. its more like Uncharted.. but you got a dog. oh well. not bad.. but not great either.
Summary: Dead to Rights: Retribution reanimates the dormant K-9 cop series -- unseen in five years -- for its third console title. With his beloved city crumbling under corruption and gang warfare, honest cop Jack Slate enlists his partner and (man’s) best friend, Shadow, as he embarks on a one-man quest for truth, justice, and looking good in a tight t-shirt. While the game offers campy fun at times, it’s saddled with glitches and uninspired design.
Summary: Dead to Rights, which made its debut in 2002, is back with a new entry in the series, Dead to Rights: Retribution. While eight years isn't a long time in the general scheme of things, its eons in video game time but unfortunately the third person shooter/fighter doesn't show a great deal of progress. Once again you play as Grant City rogue cop Jack Slate who is accompanied by his faithful killer canine Shadow.
Gears of War meets Bourne Conspiracy meets Batman AA
Too Old for Games "casualgamer", Amazon
3 June 2010
Summary: First off, why is he fighting crime in an Alpinestars jacket? Did he just get off his crotch rocket and decide to beat up some bad guys. I've never played any Dead to Rights games so I may be missing something. Now, imagine taking a roided-up character from Gears of War with a similar cover system and placing him in a brawler similar to Bourne Conspiracy and having a stealth section similar to Batman AA where you are the dog. See the pattern.