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Dead to Rights: Retribution Review

Blood for Blood

Dead to Rights: Retribution Screenshot

HIGH Pulling a gun out of a thug's hands and using it to blow his brains out a moment later.

LOW Getting shot at point-blank range because the game doesn't understand I want to be punching now.

WTF Sam Fisher no longer hides bodies. Shadow the dog does.

Dead to Rights: Retribution

Game Description: Dead to Rights: Retribution is an single player Action-Shooter game in which players roam the crime-ridden streets of Grant City with vice cop Jack Slate and his wolf-dog Shadow, doling out justice as they see fit. Featuring the ability to play as either Slate or Shadow, players mix brutal melee combat with diverse gunplay, explosive weapons and stealth animal like hunting techniques in this long-awaited follow-up to the original 2002 Dead to Rights game.

Once again, it's Slate time.

It's not over a railing, but it's close.

There are times in my life in which I have felt despair, in which the presence in my life of the guiding force of a just and loving universe has not been immediately apparent to me. From now on, whenever I feel that way, I simply need to remember one thing—in just a few short months, everyone's favorite CoteWiNoLo is going to be back on the streets of Grant City...

Namco is publishing Dead to Rights 3.

Typing that sentence feels like being kissed by angels. Seven years after the original, five years after the attempt to make a sequel, four years and two years after the assets left over from that failed sequel attempt were crudely re-fashioned into Dead to Rights 2 and whatever the hell that PSP thing was, Namco has finally employed a development house to produce what the gaming community (by which I mean me) has been screaming for—another Jack Slate adventure!

Reservoir Dogs

Game Description: Reservoir Dogs follows the progress and planning of the famed diamond heist while filling in some of the cliffhanger questions from the film. The game remains faithful to the original movie, with gamers able to play all the key characters, including the infamous Mr Blonde. Find out what happened to Mr. Blue and Mr. Brown, where Mr. Pink hid the diamonds, what happened at the actual heist itself and much more. The game also features the full and original soundtrack from the movie—those super sounds of the seventies. High-speed driving action includes chase and escape. Full original soundtrack from the film, plus the voice and likeness of Michael Madsen as Mr. Blonde.

Reservoir Dogs – Review

Click here to read review of Resevoir DogsIn short, Reservoir Dogs isn’t the kind of movie you’d think would make a good videogame. And if Volatile Games’s effort to turn it into one is any indication, you’re absolutely right.

Reservoir Dogs – Consumer Guide

According to ESRB, this game contains: Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Strong Language

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