Summary: The game arrived well into the time window promised, but in better than expected condition. It looks barely used. And I might know why. First, a quick bio. I'm 45 years old. I've been gaming since Pong came out. So, I know a little about video games. Dead to Rights is lame. The graphics are ok. Nothing to get excited about. The PS2's abilities aren't even slightly pushed. Audio is decent. Perhaps the best feature of this title.
Summary: I chose the 5 star rating as my bro whom plays it greatly enjoys this game. Plus when i orderred this item I was shown that there is a version 2, which my bro did not think had been made. So i ordered both games.. to the great enjoyment from my bro when this came in.. as i had not told him about the version 2 also ordered. *grin*. To top off his joy.. I ordered this item at 2pm central time, chose 2nd day shipping as bro "really likes that game".
Summary: "Dead to Rights" is the kind of non-stop action game that will remind you why you play console games in the first place. Though the game's premise, style, and source of inspiration are easy to compare to "Max Payne," the games themselves are readily distinguishable from one another, and both are equally as worthy of your gaming attentions.
Summary: If you've played action adventure games before you'll blow through this in a few hours. Its fun and senseless but can get old quickly they do add mini games to break up the shooting but their only a few. Still a good game though and its fairly cheap. Good game if you want to reminisce how games were back in 2002.
Summary: Don't know how I ever let myself sell this game, but I'm getting another copy asap! This game is the right mix of violence and fun. Choc-full of drama, action and analytical, brain-squeezing mini-games (not too easy...just challenging enough to lose a couple of times before you get the hang of it and pass it! Whew!) Actually found myself doing a touchdown dance after a few of the stages.