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: 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.
Summary: I thought this was a pretty fun game. No, it doesn't reinvent the video game or the 3rd person shooter, but if you like 3rd person shooters, you'll have a good time. I like the occasional challenge where you play the dog - breaks things up nicely.
Summary: I picked this up mainly because the price was so low and I remembered a long time ago a friend had recommended one of its predecessors. I really was impressed it has a unique feel to it because of the combination of gun play and melee attacks your sidekick shadow does his part but his inclusion in...
Summary: I was not sure wether to buy this game or not due to some of the reviews. But I something just urged me to get it. I had lots of fun with this game. I mean it wasn't the best game I ever played but it was very enjoyable throughout the game.
Summary: I think the game is worth a purchase if your looking for a 3rd person action game. For starters you have plenty of options during gameplay. You can go in looking to use hand to hand combat or being a shooter & utilizing cover.
Meat-Headed Sort-of Cop Seeking Masochistic Baddies for Unattached Fun!
R. Reining "Old School Zinger", Amazon
19 July 2010
Summary: Since you can't give half stars, this game gets a 4. It would be a 3.5 otherwise. But it has enough going for it that it doesn't deserve a 3. Dead To Rights: Retribution, to me, is a cross between Max Payne and Gears of War.