Summary: This game was offered as 'most ppl order thesse together'. Well.. as I had come to Amazon to only order the original game, "Dead to Rights". Learning that there was a version 2 was a pleasant surprise. I was ordering this for my brother whom had no idea the game had a version 2.
Summary: This game can't hold a candle to the original dead to rights. DtR1 had a story. This one has none. Dtr1 had crazy and imaginative boss fights. This one has none. The bosses here are simply dudes with a very long life bar. The original had interesting and varied settings. Forget about it now.
Being a fan of the first game was there any doubt I'd fan of the next one?
Michael H Fields, Amazon
6 February 2006
Summary: I loved the first dead to right, I'm not to privy to the first person perspective (I mean I like Doom well Hell I love it! and have many discs of it), but being around when the ATARI 2600 was new (I actually predate that by a number of years) I have grown accustomed to the third person perspective,...
Summary: This is one brainless shooter. No story, no plot, on easy mode - you get close to a million enemies, silly graphics, even sillier sounds of the guns. The only part in this game which really frustrated me to the max was the Rooftops, final level when you fight the helicopter.
Summary: Let me just say that this one should not have been made. It's nothing like the first one. It falls short in all aspects. The story line the graphics and just all around feel of the game is a dud.