DescriptionDead to Rights is an 3rd-person shooter in which the player is Jack Slate, a police officer in Grant City. On a routine call, he finds the dead body of his father. While trying to find the murderer, he is framed of another murder. Jack becomes a fugitive; his run from the law will take him to various places, from strip joints and hotels, to office complexes, and even prison, as an inmate.
When controlling Jack, players can perform various moves, such as grabbing an enemy from behind and using him as a human shield, or tossing a fire extinguisher and shooting it, causing a huge explosion. If Jack does not have a gun drawn, he can disarm an enemy which causes him to steal the enemy's gun, then performing some sort of finish, such as a neck breaker. Initially, only a few disarm moves are available, but more can be unlocked as the game progresses.
Players will sometimes have to control Jack's best friend and partner, his K-9 dog Shadow, which allows enemies to be killed from a distance. In addition, Shadow will fetch their guns and bring them to Jack.
The game also features "adrenaline combat", similar to "Bullet Time" from Max Payne. Jack will then perform slow-motion dives and spins, giving him an advantage, as long as his adrenaline meter holds out.
- "脱狱潜龙" -- Chinese spelling (simplified)
- "DtR" -- Common abbreviation
Part of the Following Groups
- BPjS / BPjM indexed games
- Dead to Rights series
- Games made into comics
- PlayStation 2 Greatest Hits releases
- Theme: Law enforcement
|You can forget about Payne now||MAT (186091)|
|GameSpy||Nov 25, 2002||81 out of 100||81|
|Gaming Target||Jan 08, 2003||8.1 out of 10||81|
|IGN||Nov 18, 2002||8.1 out of 10||81|
|GameZone||Dec 13, 2002||8 out of 10||80|
|PSX Extreme||Jan 05, 2003||7.8 out of 10||78|
|GameSpot||Nov 20, 2002||7.6 out of 10||76|
|Futuregamez.net||Sep 29, 2003||71 out of 100||71|
|GamePro (US)||Dec 18, 2002||3.5 out of 5||70|
|Gamereactor (Denmark)||Sep 05, 2003||7 out of 10||70|
|Eurogamer.net (UK)||Aug 22, 2003||6 out of 10||60|
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Copy protectionThis game uses the dreaded Starforce protection program to stop you pirating the game.
German versionWhen playing with German language, all in-game blood is missing. The cutscenes are still bloody, however.
RatingThe Xbox version of the game was the first to carry the CERO "Ages 18 and up" rating.
- 2002 - Best Story on Xbox
Related Web Sites
- Dead To Rights (Official Site)
- Wikipedia: Dead to Rights (Information about Dead to Rights at Wikipedia)