Reviews and Problems with Dead to Rights: Retribution
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10 December 2011
Summary: Lot's of fun, enjoyed it a lot, especially the sneak attacks.The fights were fun, and kind of hard which presented a challenge, the story was interesting, the parts where you're the dog was ultra cool!
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 the combinations didn't really feel as powerful as they could have made it.
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: To me, this game really wasn't too amazing. Looks like every review before me thinks this game is a 10/10, but I just didn't see the 10 in it. It's like a Gears of War type game set in the Police Zone, except you dont get to hold onto your weapons long because you throw the gun on the ground whenever it runs outta ammo, although that may be more realistic in the situation.
Summary: Some may think the game was short but I thought it was right on par with a good fun play through void of many annoyances such as bad frame rate or glitches that hindered my gameplay at least. Being able to utilize Shadow and even control him in some instances was rather fun but I still wish it was a tad more interactive in that respect. Control and camera usage was fairly smooth.
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. The combat system is pretty deep yet basic - You have Strong attack & Weak attack - you can block & dash to be defensive - You can Clinch & do some nice knees - While surrounded you can attack in different directions while in a clinch - You can...
Meat-Headed Sort-of Cop Seeking Masochistic Baddies for Unattached Fun!
R. Reining "Old School Zinger", Amazon
7 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. The comparison comes from the fact that the character models are total beef buses. I haven't seen so many guys ripped this hardcore since 300. The cover system and the overall feel of the game is also very Gears of War-ish.
Summary: This game is extremely fun. I knew i was gonna get this game sometime when i heard it was coming out. I havnt beat it yet but it is very fun and alot better then i expected. Some controls are a little wierd, like disarming someone is sometimes difficult to get the command to pop up but other then that i love this game.
Summary: Tellurye here with another review. This time 'Dead to Rights: Retribution'! STORY: You step into the shoes and behind the badge as Jack Slate, a hard-boiled detective who's the most wanted man in Grant City. The story unfolds backwards, starting in the present, cutscenes bookend the chapters, and you play as Jack details the story to his friend.