Summary: so i read the reviews on this game before i bought it, and most reviews didnt have much nice to say< now i see why! The damn camera! and the inverted camera that you can not adjust. Lets hope that your a sharp shooter because you are gonna die alot, and have to reatsart the whole level,this to is very aggrivating. I can stay on a game a good 6 hours if i like it, i put this one down in 1.
Summary: In the scum infested city of Grant City, Jack Slate, K-9 cop, witness his world crumble, his father was murder and jack is hell bent on revenge. Jack goes tearassing around the city in a relentless orgy of death and bullet casings. I've never, NEVER, put a game down because it was hard or badly made, until now. Dead to Rights is with out a single doubt in my mind as the worst video game EVER to appear on a console.
Summary: Ask me tomorrow, and I'll say I like this game. But right now I just got done playing it, and I'm still fired up about how difficult it is. The difficulty arises from a horrible camera and auto-targeting. A game should be legitimately and purposely difficult, not difficult from crappy game play. Here's an example: I have a guy in a headlock, and I'm using him to shield myself from bullets. There are about twenty guys down the street taking potshots at me.
Summary: This Has to be the worst Max Payne Rip-off in History. Poor Graphics, Linear Story, & a Cheese-ball Character. Plus, The auto aim is annoying. There isn't anything awesome you're missing if you skip this game.
Summary: I 1st purchased this game because a friend told me it was good. This game is packed with action great game play and good graphics. I played this 1 until I finished it. I will now purchase part 2.
Summary: First and foremost, it looks like a commercialized Max Payne rip-off. I love Max Payne and I wouldn't mind if a game was using the same formula, but this took the formula and modified it for the more "sell-out" approach. The first FMV sequence was not the kind of thing I'd want to see in a game. Secondly are the controls. Horrible.
Summary: Dead to Rights is about a cop named Jack Slate that is in somewhat similiar situation as Max Payne (except he has a dog). The gameplay is different from Max Payne and the game overall has alot of pluses and minuses. PLUS: The disarms are great, it can always get you out of a tough situation, also the dog attack is an automatic killer you also get their weapon. The bullet time is done nicely (nothing to add more than its bullet time).
Summary: The game was ok, but some parts were very hard to get through. They should have had different difficulty levels of play (like easy) the controls were a bit slow also. I would be fighting someone and they would take me out because of a slow response time, not because of anything else. If you could live with all that stuff, than the game is good choice. If you like shooting, fighting and fast paced action this is a game to try.
Summary: I totally hated the camera angles of this game, they were awful. There really is not much of a strategy to follow to beat Dead To Rights. Just a lot of button mashing and ducking. This seemed more like a typical FPS. The story was pretty stupid and while I applaud the efforts of adding stuff like arm wrestling, lock picking, being a stripper, etc. to spice the game, it just made the game not only brainless but cheesy. I was expecting better.