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Dead to Rights II Previews - PC

Dead to Rights II
  • Publisher: Namco
  • Genre:Action
  • Developer: Namco
  • Release Date:Aug 15, 2005
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Blood, Intense Violence, Sexual Themes, Strong Language)
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Game Description:Dead to Rights II details the events before the first installment of the series, with beat cop Jack Slate and his K-9 cohort Shadow combing the squalid alleys of Grant City for clues about the abduction of an important city official. Before long, all hell breaks loose, and Jack and Shadow must take on a powerful mob in the fight of their lives to break the city’s spiral of betrayal and corruption.
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    Namco Booth Report

    Blair Herter hits the Namco booth at E3 2009 to give us a report on the new 'Dead to Rights' game, as well as 'Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny' for the PSP, and the rest of the roster.

    Posted: Jun 3, 2009 | 510 Views | 02:09


  • Namco Booth Report

    Posted: June 3, 2009

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