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: This game is great. After learning the controls (took about an hour to become good enough to play properly) the game is surprisingly playable. I don't usually go for this type of game, I prefer sports games, but this game is great. The action is intense, you find yourself up against overwhelming odds all the time and when you finally do succeed you feel like you have achieved something.
Summary: I must first say that Dead To Rights is not for the faint of heart. This is an extremely demanding and insanely difficult game. Strategy definetly comes into play in this game. This game is definetly a challenge, and at times can make you scream. I've had this game for about a week now and I'm at chapter 9 (there are 15). I actually do enjoy this game, but at times I wish that it wasn't so difficult. What I've found most difficult is the hand to hand combat.
Summary: Graphics: 8/10 Sound: 7/10 Gameplay: 8/10 Overall: 7.5/10 I'd like to start off by saying that the "Failed" screen of the game (equivalent to Game Over) simply isn't pretty enough for the amount of times you're going to see it. If you can overlook the several flaws it presents you'll be rewarded with the best action\shooting game since perhaps Max Payne.
Summary: In the style of Max Payne this is one great 3rd person shooter. The graphics are good though not the best I have seen, but the game play is intese. The addition of the hand to hand combat/disarming moves over most of the other games in this genre really makes Dead to Rights stand out. This is a keeper.
Summary: I may not have disliked this game so much if it wasn't for the awful camera in this game. It is one thing to literally have to take on 20+ guys at once but when you can't even see them half the time? Forget it. Glad I just rented it.
Summary: I rented Dead to Rights, and I have been impressed with the overall gameplay. The controls are comfortable, and you will pick up the basic moves/commands in a relatively short amount of time. Yes, you will even learn to work with the camera setting which is a bit awkward at first. This game can be both addicting and frustrating, but you will find yourself trying (and trying again...) until you accomplish your mission.
Summary: This game has great graphics. The story line is not the greatest but whatever I usually din't buy the games for the story line. With a bit of practice the controls can be mastered. One aspect of the game I do like is that it helps you get a feel for the controls by way of mini-games in the start of the game. It does have the slow mow and the target cycling is useful. I have been playing this for awhile, more than the 2 days that most of these "raters" have played it.
Summary: I have to admit when I first starting playing this game it took a while for me to get use to the controls. But, after you get use to them the game gets to be great. I really like the action scenes. It really gets you caught up in all the aciton. A lot of people try to compare this one with Max Payne. Other than the cool diving in slow motion and shooting people that's about it. This game goes a step further.