Dead to Rights: Retribution Review

I dig cop dramas.  Good action movies where the understated good cop struggles against the establishment or against untouchable crime bosses who might frame or try to kill him.  Not the clich

The new Dead to Rights title was released on Xbox 360 and PS3 on April 27th of 2010.  The next-generation game is about Detective Jack Slate and his K-9 companion Shadow and their pursuit of justice after responding to a shots fired / hostage call in a building downtown which ultimately leads to your father being murdered.  You Almost immediately I noticed that there was a great deal of audio issues.  Enemies would spew insults at Jack only to stutter mid-sentence.  The over-the-top ridiculous insults were made even more laughable with the stuttering, but that wasn

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One of the best parts of the original Dead to Rights was Shadow.  Since little else had changed, I wasn

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Jack does have another special power carried over from the previous game

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