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Dead To Rights: Retribution

Dead to Rights: Retribution DLC hitting June 1

Volatile’s Dead to Rights: Retribution hasn’t even grown cold on retail shelves yet and Namco has already announced DLC for it.

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Dead To Rights: Retribution headlines

  • New Dead to Rights: Retribution video shows Jack's furry friend

    A new video for Dead to Rights: Retribution has been released, ans shows off Shadow, Jack Slade’s furry dog buddy. It’s posted below the break, courtesy of FileFront. The game’s out for PS3 and Xbox 360 on April 13 in the US and April 16 in Europe. Check out screens for it through here. Go […]

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  • Screens - Dead to Rights: Retribution

    Namco has released 30 new screens for Dead to Rights: Retribution, and we have posted them below the break for you. The screens show off the cover system, Shadow mauling, stalking, and pouncing enemies, Jack Slate kicking a guy in his junk, and another showing him shove shotgun down a guy’s throat.

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  • Dead to Rights: Retribution gets concrete release date, pre-order incentives

    Dead to Rights Retribution has been confirmed for release on April 13 for Xbox 360 and PS3 in the US and April 16 in Europe.

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  • ESRB listing counts swears uttered in Dead to Rights: Retribution

    The ESRB has rated Dead to Rights: Retribution, and unsurprisingly gave the game a Mature rating. No big deal in and of itself, right? Funnily enough though, it provides you with information on how many times certain swear words are uttered.

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  • Dead to Rights: Retribution video shows shooting, explosions, blood

    There’s a new Dead to Rights: Retribution video up over on Eurogamer Germany, showing Jack Slade and Shadow doing what they both do best. Jack: Shooting and punching people. Shadow: Mauling people. Good stuff. It’s out for 360 and PS3 early next year.

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  • Dead to Rights movie shows combat, dog

    There’s a new movie after the break of Dead to Rights: Retribution in action, showing combat and the dog. Hot dog. There’s not much to say. Third-person fighting. It’s out for 360 and PS3 early next year. Thanks, Destructoid.

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  • Dead To Rights: Retribution screens released from GamesCom

    Dead To Rights: Retribution has some new screens for it posted over on CVG from GamesCom. Game looks rather good, and has a “hybrid combat system” allowing for third-person shooting, hand-to-hand and controlling your dog, Shadow. It’s out in 2010 for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360.

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  • Dead to Rights: Retribution slips into 2010

    Namco Bandai Partners has announced that Dead to Rights: Retribution has slipped into 2010. Bummer. On the coat tales of that are the following release dates that were also announced. September 2009: Katamari Forever (PS3), Family Trainer: Extreme Challenge (Wii) and One Piece Unlimited Cruise 2 (Wii). October 2009: Cities XL (PC) and Magna Carta: […]

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  • Namco wants to globalize development of Western-focused games

    Namco Bandai’s director of PR and marketing, Todd Thorson, has said that the globalization of its Japan-based business remains a key focus and is using Western developers to create games. “We truly [want to] globalize the development of Western-focused games,” Thorson told Gamsutra at E3. “It happens on two levels. “Not only are the guys […]

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  • Dead to Rights: Retribution gets new shots and video

    A few new screens and trailer for Dead to Rights: Retribution have popped up on Shacknews, showing in-game city locations and lots of rain. There’s some sirens there, too. No sign of the dog, though. More from E3.

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  • Jack smells a conspiracy in Dead to Rights: Retribution

    There’s a mini dev diary of sorts for Dead to Rights: Retribution posted over on Eurogamer Germany. In it, the developers chat a bit about recreating the franchise for a brand new audience, and reinventing it at the same time. Says the storyline starts at “year zero” for Jack Slade and Shadow, and Jack must […]

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  • New Dead to Rights confirmed for Europe via Atari

    Atari just confirmed it’s to release Namco’s Dead to Rights: Retribution in Europe later this year. The action reboot’s releasing for PS3 and 360. The game’s big “thing” is a “hybrid combat system” mixing shooting and hand-to-hand brawling. UK-based Volatile’s developing. Press release after the break.

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  • Dead to Rights: Retribution gets first shots and details

    1UP’s put up the first screens and details of Dead to Rights: Retribution, the Namco action reboot for 360 and PS3. According to a press release, “Dead to Rights: Retribution will form an origin story portraying key events that shape and define Jack Slate’s character including how he and Shadow first come together as partners […]

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