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Dead to Rights: Retribution (PS3)

Dead to Rights: Retribution (PS3)
alaScore 81

42 reviews

Jul, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 42 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the value for money and graphics. The action and story are also mentioned favorably.

story, action, graphics, value for money

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation 3 Games (PS3) the Dead to Rights: Retribution (PS3) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 81/100 = Very good quality.

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Dead to Rights: Retribution Review

 

Namco decided to reboot that Dead to Rights series with Dead to Rights: Retribution. Why did they decide to do this? Who know and after playing it, maybe they should have left the series alone.

I'd like to say that Dead to Rights: Retribution deserved a bigger score, but yes, one button made all of the difference. Disarming enemies is so crucial to this game, yet I cannot think of any more horrid way to implement it than by making the...

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Dead to Rights: Retribution

 

In an era of reboots, reimagining, and remakes, it wasn't at all a surprise when it was announced that Namco Bandai Games was dipping into their back catalog and pulling up Dead to Rights. While the original wasn't met with critical acclaim, it found a...

In an era of reboots, reimagining, and remakes, it wasn't at all a surprise when it was announced that Namco Bandai Games was dipping into their back catalog and pulling up Dead to Rights. While the original wasn't met with critical acclaim, it found a...

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Dead to Rights: Retribution

 

A few days ago, I was crushing beers at Shenanigans, a restaurant-cum-watering-hole in Sewanee, Tennessee, home of my alma mater, The University of the South. Specifically, I was talking with my ...

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Dead to Rights Retribution

 

How is it possible that we're already into our fourth iteration of the Dead to Rights franchise? This is a series that started in 2002 with a middling Xbox and PlayStation 2 game. From there we got a much-maligned sequel and a mediocre PlayStation...

Dead to Rights: Retribution doesn't try to reinvent the wheel; instead it's perfectly fine wallowing in the franchise's past successes. With disappointing visuals, a lame story and an endlessly dreary backdrop, there's very little to like about this...

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Dead To Rights: Retribution

 

As mature titles have evolved over the decades, they have often drifted towards the more realistic rather than outrageously violent. While gaming is a form of entertainment, the demand for a realistic experience ? even amongst violent titles ? is...

Everything on offer is sub-par. But if you?re a sucker for mindless violence and a distinct lack of storyline, then you?ll probably enjoy Retribution.

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Dead to Rights: Retribution (Xbox 360) Review

 

Jack Slate is back on a mission of vengeance, and he's got his trusty bloodthirsty pup with him.

The Dead to Rights franchise, despite its longevity, never really took off. While the series has managed to get by in moderate obscurity, Namco obviously saw enough potential to keep it alive, which brings us to the latest DTR installment.

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Dead to Rights: Retribution Review

 

It's been a while since I've seen a Dead to Rights game on any platform. It's actually been almost five years since the last game in the series was released and that was a while back during the PlayStation 2 and original Xbox era. Since then the game...

Dead to Rights: Retribution is a mediocre title at best in the action genre. It is sure a pleasure to see Shadow ripping out the jugulars and Jack doing his over-the-top kills, but the overall gameplay may be too simple to gain many followers. Too much...

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Dead to Rights: Retribution

 

He's got a canine Fisher. (PS3, Xbox 360)

For all the progression the likes of choose-your-own adventure Heavy Rain and PC MMO Love represent, Dead to Rights: Retribution seeks to travel to the opposite extreme. It's a nasty, immature and morally bankrupt action experience that, save for some...

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Dead to Rights: Retribution Review

 

The only game where eating a man's crotch is more than an option. It's an order.

OK, so there's a lot of things to complain about, but none of that prevents Dead to Rights: Retribution from being a fun game. Yes, it's cheesy and not the most polished shooter on the market, but it's the perfect rental, a game that'll last through...

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Dead to Rights: Retribution actually made me giddy a few times. It's not the best game in the market; there are several issues in presentation and game play, and it's definitely overshadowed by several shooters, but I acknowledged one of Namco's...

This review was based off a retail copy of the game.