Reviews and Problems with Dead to Rights: Retribution
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Doesn't Push Any Boundaries, But Still Delivers A Rousing Experience
6 March 2015
Summary: "Dead To Rights: Retribution," developed by Volatile Games and published by Namco, is one of those rare games that effectively combines diversity, grittiness, fluidity, and beauty into one complete package. It is an absolute blast to play through, and a real shame that it went virtually unnoticed.
Summary: The Dead to Rights franchise is in trouble. As a series that started out with a strong opening title on the GameCube, Dead to Rights has been on a steady decline with each subsequent installment.
Summary: This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. Holy dog balls! this game! It is both awesome and admittedly kind of silly. The story is about a cop named Jack slate and his wolf monster (I mean dog) shadow trying to investigate the murder of Jacks dad and what connection it has to the rapid...
Summary: A feeble minded 3rd person shooter video game that lacks originality and motivation to repeat. The voices are solid and playing with the dog is sometimes fun, but the story falls in short of being good.
Summary: Graphic engine looks nice in this game, though hard to show as the plot takes place in one big rainy night. The environments are varied with great attention to detail, but lots of browns and grays.