Summary: OVERALL REVIEW: Someone compared this to Max Payne then was scolded by many others who said they were nothing alike. I agree. Max Payne was great. Dead To Rights was...returned the very next morning after I bought it. Dead On Arrival is a better name for this poor excuse for a game.
Summary: This game is the reason why most people with half a brain will not buy new games. This game sticks to the post-Final Fight garbage that has flooded the market (i.e. Max Payne) which usually results in a trip back to the local store for a refund or an exchange.
Summary: With many more years of work by the Namco staff this title would have the "right" to be mentioned in the same sentence as Max Payne. I have not had cause until now to slam a game that I purchased for my x-box.
Summary: I was really disapointed at how bad this game is.First off,I'm thinking the great Max Payne game plus bone cracking disarms.I put the game on and what I get is bad control,bad camera angles and and a cheesy target system.A challenging game I like,but in this game it's ridiculiously hard in every...
Summary: This is quite possibly the most frustrating and most poorly constructed title for the xbox. I would rather play azurik over and over again then to so much as pick up a controller with this game in my xbox.
Summary: bad, unoriginal plots, poor acting, [weak] story, and bad game play makes this one of the worst games I have played on the x-box (seconded only by prisoner of war). This game is a blatant attempt at ripping off Max Payne.
Summary: Well, having played and LOVED Max Payne, I was totally looking forward to this game, seeing that it was being compared with Max Payne in several ways, but having played it now I only want to play Max again to get the bad taste out of my mouth that Dead to Rights has left with me.
Summary: I gave this game a chance... A big chance. Went and purchased it outright before renting. I do that most of the time with great success. My last two choices have been poor to say the least. I wasn't as disappointed with the camera angles, controls, or graphics as the other reviewers indicated.
Summary: Every game should be like a good book - grabbing you right from the start and holding onto you until the end, making it almost impossible to put down. Dead to Rights, however, is an exception to this rule, and in all honesty, has to be the worst game I have ever had the misfortune to play.