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PostSubject: Dead To Rights I Review   Sun 15 Aug 2010, 11:50 am

Dead To Rights is an action game based on Guns and thrill, although it has bad graphics, but lots and lots of action Wink

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The Good


Lots of action Wink
Auto Aiming

The Bad

Bad Graphics that even the mouse doesn't move when speaking
Bad Sound that about all of them have 1 voice

Full Review


Dead to Rights is a fun game that is something different. It’s not very
pretty and it’s not all that polished either, but you can still have good time playing it Wink

You can’t compare it to another PC game, because there isn’t really one
like it out there. There is a huge variety of activities in the game.
One thing that you can’t say about “Dead to Rights” is that it’s
repetitive. About 50% of the game is arcade-style shooting sequences
where you run around desperately blasting anything that moves. About
another 25% is spent fist fighting gangs of enemies. The rest is spent
playing minigames or doing something else. Whatever you are doing, the
action never lets up, and it never gets boring.

The gun battles in the game are usually pretty hard. There are a dozen
enemies on the screen shooting at you with AK-47’s, uzis, or shotguns.
Meanwhile, you run around the room, finding cover, shooting back, or
occasionally taking a hostage and using him as cover. You can also
disarm enemies at close range, or even sick your dog, Shadow, on nearby
enemies. Your doggy is one of the most powerful weapons in the game.

The controls are awkward only at first, but once you get used to them,
they are pretty good. You don’t actually use the mouse to aim in this
game. You just right-click the mouse to target a guy, shoot him, and
then right-click again immediately to shoot the next guy. You can
circle-strafe around a guy with your eyes closed. The only problem that
I ever had with the controls was the auto-targeting, which sometimes
doesn’t auto-target the enemy who is closest to you. This is
aggravating, since sometimes a guy will be right next to you blowing you
to bits with a shotgun and the auto-targeting will shoot at a guy
across the room. The game also has “bullet-time”, but it seems like a
poorly done afterthought here. It’s not very useful, since you can only
use it to dive and shoot forward. You can’t shot dodge to the left and
shoot a guy in front of you like you can in Max Payne. This exposes
you, and makes it more dangerous than just shooting normally. I stopped
using “bullet time” about halfway through the game and just relied on
taking hostages and using my puppy Shadow.

The game’s story isn’t great, but at least it’s good enough to keep you
interested in the game. It doesn’t matter a whole lot in the end
though, because basically all you are doing is gunning down wave after
wave of enemies, or punching them out. The graphics in the game look
like something out of the year 2000. Characters and objects look blocky
and ugly. Plus, characters don’t even move their lips when they talk.
Either that, or they move them at random without any lip synching
whatsoever. The cut scenes look pretty stupid because of this. The
voice-acting isn’t spectacular, but at least the main character (Jack)
has some good one-liners. “Dead to Rights” isn’t supposed to be a great
drama though. It’s supposed to be like a Hong Kong-style action film,
and it’s pretty good at that.

This game gets lots of extra points for having so much variety. There
are a ton of mini-games and different sequences. There is a boxing
speedbag minigames, lockpicking minigames, and a few sequences where you
get to play as Shadow, the dog. There is also an exciting chase seen
where you try and gun down a convoy of cars from a helicopter, and many
others. They seem a little silly sometimes, but that’s okay, because
this isn’t a realistic or very serious game.

As far as length goes, this is your standard action game – about 10-12
hours. The production values for the game are what I see as the game’s
biggest drawback. So many players got enjoyment of "Dead To Rights", so I recommend it to players that wanna add a new something to their collection Wink


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PostSubject: Re: Dead To Rights I Review   Wed 15 Sep 2010, 4:23 pm

Nice review, Love the pictures Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Dead To Rights I Review   Wed 15 Sep 2010, 4:32 pm

Go try it then Very Happy

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