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Dead to Rights: Retribution Screenshots and Images - PS3

Game Description: Set in the neo-noir, morally corrupt and nightmarish world of Grant City, Dead to Rights: Retribution thrusts the player into the epicenter of an intensely dark, dangerous and tragic narrative as vice-cop Jack Slate. Along with vicious sidekick Shadow, Jack must fight to expose the shadowy underworld figures exerting their evil grip over the crumbling metropolis.
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Dead to Rights: Retribution Screenshot & Image Galleries

  • Dead to Rights: Retribution "Take Down" Trailer

    Posted: March 23, 2010

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  • Dead to Rights: Retribution "City in Chaos" Trailer

    Posted: March 16, 2010

    1,449 Views | 01:27

  • Dead to Rights: Retribution Motion Capture Developer Diary

    Posted: March 4, 2010

    1,268 Views | 03:25

  • Dead to Rights: Retribution Musical Score Dev Diary

    Posted: January 21, 2010

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  • Dead to Rights: Retribution Gameplay Footage

    Posted: December 8, 2009

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