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Dead to Rights Reviews
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|IGN PS2||8.1/10||Nov 18 '02|
|Game Revolution||C+||Jan 03 '03|
|GameSpot||7.6/10||Nov 20 '02|
|Solinari Gaming||90%||Jan 05 '03|
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Dead to Rights Previews
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|GameSpot||Mar 13 '01|
|Gamespot UK||Jul 12 '01|
|Happy Puppy||Jul 22 '01|
|IGN PS2||Feb 01 '02|
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"The Xbox action romp cartwheels over to the PS2, but it looks like it hasnt aged much. A variable difficulty setting is a nice touch, but its also the *only* touch in this nearly identical port."
"We've seen a few stills of the game, and the art direction seems to be right on. Granite City is a dank, gritty place--perfectly suited for the type of hard-boiled feel Namco is hoping to achieve."
"If you've ever wondered what it might feel like to be the lone action hero up against a ridiculous number of enemies, this game is about as close as you'll get."
"Dead to Rights is heavily informed by the visual and stylistic language of Hong Kong action films... Dead to Rights has several important systems built into it which help to ensure that the onscreen action unfolds smoothly and dramatically... Dead to Rights is looking like it'll be a pleasantly jarring hybrid of harsh and liberating gameplay elements, and unprecedented visual dynamism."
"The game's plot sounds like an outline for John Woo's next film, and that's no coincidence, since Namco's producers hired screenwriter Flint Dille (G.I. Joe, Transformers) to compose the action-packed saga."