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  • Publisher: Namco
  • Genre:Action, Shooter
  • Developer: Namco
  • Release Date:Nov 26, 2002
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Titles rated "Mature (M)" may be suitable for ages 17 and older. They may include more intense violence or language than products rated "Teen" as well as mature sexual themes.)
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Game Description:In this third-person shooter you play Police Officer Jack Slate. While armed with a good assortment of weaponry, up close there are interesting hand-to-hand combat options like disarming your opponent and taking him hostage. The disarming moves at your disposal become more elaborate (and useful) as you advance. Your canine sidekick Shadow can also take on enemies, even retrieving weapons for you in a pinch. Other features include slow-motion gunplay, user-selected camera angles, and mini-games. The story spans 15 chapters.
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  • New 'Dead to Rights' Coming In 2009

    According to the March issue of PlayStation: The Official Magazine, a new Dead to Rights game is planned for release by 2010. The game, being developed by Volatile Games, will be entitled simply Dead to Rights, with no number or subtitle. It is a "reboot" of the series as opposed to a sequel or prequel. Similar to its last-gen...

    Posted February 9, 2009| 17 Comments

    New 'Dead to Rights' Coming In 2009
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    Posted: June 3, 2009

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