Behind The Game: Dead to Rights Retribution

By Jon Ireson

March 31, 2010

Dead to Rights: Retribution has gone gold and with that we have been granted a deeper look into the making of the game and some of the features and development factors that will set this reboot of a almost forgotten franchise up for a grand revival award. The project Director of Volatile Games will take us through the first “Behind the Game” video for the upcoming Third Person Action Shooter/Fighter game. Read on for the highlights and be sure to watch the video for all the heroic rebel goodness that is the new Dead to Rights title.

As we are given further glimpses into the game’s crisp graphics, well lit environments, intense shootouts and take downs we see that all of the violence in Dead To Rights: Retribution is not mindless. The incredible extent of the dedication in Volatile Games comes across well through the intensity of the game overall as well as through detailed aspects of the game. The main character is emerged in a conspiracy he struggles to fight as he unravels it.

The video will take you through the extensive voice acting, story, and martial arts animations work that has been put into this game and bring you an idea of the high quality to expect in this upcoming PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 game. Be sure to check out the video and keep your mind open to DtR:R coming out April 27, 2010, a man broke his rib for this game to be so hardcore! Gamers owe at least some consideration for the extra length taken to bring forth a believable and fun experience.

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Jon Ireson

Jon is a gamer above all else. He plays all types of games. You can find him mostly in War games. He is very passionate and a hard worker and it shows through his writing. Favorite Games: Warhawk, Soldier of Fortune 2: Double Helix, Final Fantasy 6

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