Reviews and Problems with Dead to Rights: Reckoning
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Boring and Drabby
Marc Klein, Amazon
9 December 2006
Summary: I played this game when it first came out abd I was expecting something fun and exciting. Instead, what I got was a walk and shoot, walk and shoot type of game. That's all you do in this game. You walk, crouch, shoot, wait for animated cutscenes and that's it. There's no creativity to this game.
Summary: The PSP version of Dead to Rights is a fun shoot-'em-up game that features "bullet time": when you press and hold the dive button (the triangle) button, you enter slow motion time where you can pick off each target and kill them with just one shot.
Summary: wow im shocked on how short it was it took one hour to finish it on normal and the controls are sloppy i was getting pi**ed off of this game but the graphics are good but it is kind of fun when you get the hang of it! im going to all the good things about it: 1.graphics are good! 2.sound is o.k.!
Summary: Presentation 6.0 The only redeeming cutscenes were the ones that played out when you disarmed someone. The ones pertaining to the story were dry. Graphics 8.0 The details in the backgrounds of different environments are pretty clean. I also enjoy the lighting in the last level.
Excerpt: Description Namco's hard-boiled cop Jack Stone and his K-9 partner Shadow are back in DEAD TO RIGHTS: Reckoning for the PSP. This time, Jack and Shadow must find a kidnapped informant in order to send the crime lord known as Whisper to jail.
Pros: similiar to max payne, can use a variety of weapons, slow motion movement
Cons: story is cliched, quite a short game, no actual purpose in the game