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Dead to Rights: Reckoning (PSP)

Dead to Rights: Reckoning (PSP)
alaScore 71

25 reviews

Jun, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 25 reviews of Dead to Rights: Reckoning (PSP). The average rating for this product is 2.5/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PlayStation Portable Games (PSP) the Dead to Rights: Reckoning (PSP) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 71/100 = Good quality.

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Expert review by : Brian Peterson (

Dead to Rights: Reckoning


Jack Slate and Shadow come to you on the go!

If Dead to Rights: Reckoning was a single player affair, I would suggest this only to the serious fans of the original, and even more so, fans who thought the second console version was lacking. Thankfully, this title can be added to your "buy" list as...

Aug, 2005

Expert review by : Brian_Gee (

Dead to Rights: Reckoning review for the PSP


Bad cop. No donut.

Decent gun selection; Retains the core DtR gameplay

But why?; Lousy aiming; Way too short; No reason to stay and play

Actually, a better game would have done wonders, period. Tough aiming, repetitive gameplay and totally uninspired story elements send the game into a downward spiral, one that ends with a very short single-player mode and few extras. This cop should be...

Jul, 2005

Expert review by : Chris Scantleberry (

Dead to Rights: Reckoning


Namco takes another shot with its run-and-gun series and ends up drawing blanks.

Jul, 2005

Expert review by : Matt Wadleigh (

Dead to Rights: Reckoning - PSP review at Thunderbolt Games


The PSP hasn't had any action games until just recently. If you take a look at the original launch titles, many of them were good, but Spiderman and Untold Legends were just about the only games that had any bit of violence in them. Don't get me wrong,...

Jul, 2005

Expert review by : Aceinet (

Dead to Rights: Reckoning Review


Dead to Rights fans will enjoy the Reckoning but PSP owners looking for the next piece of great software will be left wondering

As you probably know at this point that this isn't the best PSP game available. But if you want an action game with some decent graphics, intense action and some cool moves then give the game a try. Fans of the previous two games will probably overlook...

Jul, 2005

Expert review by : Eduardo Vasconcellos (

Dead to Rights: Reckoning


Trying to create a great run-'n-gun action title for the PSP, Namco falls a bit short with its latest entry to the Dead to Rights series.

Nice variety of weapons and attacks; bullet-time used to good effect; multiplayer is pretty entertaining

Horrible camera controls; contrived gameplay; shoddy targeting system

Jul, 2005

Expert review by : Señor Cha Cha (

Dead to Rights: Reckoning Sony PSP Review


The single player campaign is dry like burnt toast but the multiplayer has a sweet juicy center. Featuring both ad hoc and wi-fi, it allows up to four people to blast the hell out of one another in a small handful of different maps, some of which can...

Fast-paced gunplay, tons of blood, and disarms galore

The game's various glitches will cause extreme frustration

When videogame publishers continue to pump out sequels to a horrible franchise it means two things: either this particular publisher doesn't have a clue (and is a glutton for supreme punishment) or a decent amount of people are purchasing the damn...

Jul, 2005

Expert review by : Sam Bishop (

Dead to Rights: Reckoning


We reckon it's crap.

Do not buy this game. Seriously.

Jul, 2005

Expert review by : Joel (

Dead to Rights: Reckoning


As most of you know the PSP has been really begging for developers to bring out the best of a handheld that really has received no love since its

It’s a missed opportunity for yet another developer to really take advantage of the powerful PSP architecture and come up with an equally brilliant game. Dead to Rights: Reckoning is not worth anyone’s time because of its overly predictable and...

Jul, 2005

Expert review by : Cliff (

Dead to Rights: Reckoning review


Before Dead to Rights, action games generally gave the player a magnifying glass and plenty of little helpless ants to burn. When Namco released the original Dead to Rights, I remember many situations where I would be pinned down, watching bullets and...

Dead to Rights: Reckoning is a solid but flawed action title. That's all there is to it. If you're a fan of the console version or action games in general, Dead to Rights: Reckoning is enough to satisfy your handheld thirst for shooting. This isn't...


Product Specifications

Fearless beat cop, Jack Slate is back in a hardboiled action adventure that blends the best of Hollywood cinematic style with Hong Kong inspired action. For the first time, Dead to Rights goes mobile, bringing its high octane brand of gritty noir action onto the Sony PSP. Featuring a new storyline, as well as new moves, weapons, and features, Dead to Rights is packed with action. Someone has kidnaped an essential informant in a high profile investigation of an untouchable crime lord called, Whisper. Jack, and his trusted K-9 partner, Shadow, return to navigate the corrupt underworld of Grant City and go bullet-to-bullet with an army of hostile gang members to rescue the lost informant before it's too late.


Elements:Action - 3D shooter / Adventure - detective
ESRB Rating:Mature (17+)


Compatibility:Game console
Packaged Quantity:1
Product Line:Dead to Rights


Package Type:Retail


Game Console Compatibility:Sony PlayStation Portable
License Category:Shrinkwrap
License Pricing:Standard
License Qty:1 user
License Type:Complete package
Subcategory:Games - action