Dead To Rights
Dead to Rights is a third person shooter produced by Namco. It was released on August 19, 2002 as a timed exclusive for the Xbox, and releases for the PlayStation 2 and Nintendo GameCube followed thereafter. A year after its console debut, the game was ported to Microsoft Windows. Dead to Rights makes use of bullet time, a popular gameplay contrivance of the time due to the influence of The Matrix films. More generally, the game advertises itself as drawing inspiration from Hong Kong action cinema, i.e. gun fu. The player is sometimes accompanied by a canine partner who can attack enemies on command. In some puzzle sections, the player actually takes direct control of the canine to reach areas that the human character cannot.
Jack Slate is a police officer partnered with his K-9 unit, Shadow. The two patrol Grant City, a metropolis seemingly populated with more criminals than honest citizens. One night while on a routine patrol, Jack responds to a call at a construction zone, only to find his own father murdered. In pursuit of his father's killer, Jack is led through a labyrinth of crime and corruption. He is eventually framed for another murder by the corrupt police chief Hennesey, in a bid to stop Jack before he undermines the status quo. However, Jack escapes from imprisonment and hunts down Hennesey, clearing away the city's crimelords in the process.
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 98/2000/XP/Vista/Win7
Processor: 933 MHz Pentium III
Memory RAM: 256 MB
Video Card: 32 MB
Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
Hard Disk: 1.30 GB
Genres: Action (Shooter Game)
Compressed Size: 177.78 MB
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