Dead to Rights: Retribution Deserved More Recognition
Horowitz the Philanthropist, Amazon
28 April 2013
Summary: Developed by Volatile, a branch of Blitz Games Studios, infamously known for the 3 Burger King games, Dead to Rights: Retribution was a game I didn't expect much out of. Maybe perhaps the best game to compare it to was another another gem made by Volatile, Reservoir Dogs, back in 2006.
Summary: I prefer 3rd person shooters and I loved playing this game. Good story, ok graphics, alot of fun. Playing with Shadow and keeping cover was a little frustrating a times but I got through it. I give this hidden gem 4 1/2 stars.
Summary: if you played the original dead to rights, this is a must have. i was a great fan of the original and this game as well. decent amount of time to go through the main story, trophies and my personal favorite the brutal nature of the hand-to-hand combat in the game.
Summary: I figured that the Dead to Rights franchise was DOA. The last console game was released back in 2005, which is a lifetime in the video game world. When this new installment was announced it went straight on my wishlist. While it's a great game, it's a shame it seems to have been overlooked.
Summary: the game felt pretty demo, but it grows on you if you play it through... once you get into it, it feels similar to batman: arkham asylum playing as shadow is like detective mode in batman. but when you play regular the dog can assist by fetching items and attack on command.