Dead to Rights (2002)

Video Game  |  Action, Adventure, Crime  |  August 2002 (USA)
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Grant City, the ardest place on earth. You are Jack Slate, a hard nosed K-9 cop, reports to normal duty call at a construction yard, only to find out that his father has been murdered. He ... See full summary »

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Jack Slate (voice)
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Dick Hennessey (voice)
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Hildy Razwell (voice)
Steve Susskind ...
Mayor Pinnacle / Cop (voice)
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Gloria Exner (voice)
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Fahook Ubduhl / Weightlifter (voice) (as Granville VanDusen)
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Preacherman Jones / Rafshoon Diggs (voice)
Christopher Bay ...
Kip Waterman / Cop (voice)
Jeannie Elias ...
Eve Adams (voice)
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Augie Blatz / Tattoo / Fat Chow (voice)
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Patch / Marvin Silt / Gofer / Speedbag / Thug (voice)
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Wireboy / Timmy / Thug (voice) (as John Dicrosta)
Ed Smaron ...
Sickle / Cop / Thug / Pilot (voice)
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Johnson / Thug (voice)
Kevin Killebrew ...
Big Arm Tony / Thug (voice)
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Grant City, the ardest place on earth. You are Jack Slate, a hard nosed K-9 cop, reports to normal duty call at a construction yard, only to find out that his father has been murdered. He takes the case trying to arrest his father's only enemy, Augie Blatz, then gets framed for murdering him. 7 months late, Jack escapes from prison to find guns and who killed his father. He soon finds out about a gold mining operation headed up by Mayor Pinnacle. After trying to expose the Mayor's plot, the two women on his side betray him and soon are betrayed by their superiors themselves. Jack then discovers that the man who killed his father was the first person who showed up after Jack at the construction site, Dick Hennessy, the head of Grant City Police. Written by PJ Lacayo

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A man has got to stand for something. I might as well stand for myself. See more »


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A scene in the graveyard later in the game shows a character holding a pistol at Jack. In the next shot, the character's pistol has suddenly disappeared, but in the following shot, the pistol is back in place. See more »

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Mayor Pinnacle: Any last words?
Jack Slate: Not yet.
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Remade as Dead to Rights: Retribution (2010) See more »

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Mindless.
6 February 2004 | by (london, ont.) – See all my reviews

You play a K-9 Cop named Jack Slate, whose father is killed and must figure out who did it. The thing is, after a while this seems like just another Action Game. The slow motion effects are not great, nor the graphics. The main interesting thing about the game is that you can unleash your dog upon the criminals and perform painful-to-watch dis arms. Also, the player can use criminals as human shields.

Not great, after a while the plot just seems like it's been thrown together just so you can shoot people. Maybe I'm wrong and am under rating it because I have played the far more superior Max Payne Games. my advice, rent this if you want but you'll get a bigger kick out of renting the Max Payne games, especially number 2.

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