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Publisher: Namco Hometek Inc.
Developer: Namco Hometek Inc.
Release Date: Fall 2004
Platform(s): PlayStation®2, Microsoft Xbox®
ESRB Rating: TBD (M expected)
Genre: Third-person Action Shooter

Game Description:
Dead to Rights® II marks the return of action-hero Jack Slate and his K-9 companion, Shadow. In this super-charged sequel, Jack and Shadow find themselves once again in the squalid, mean streets of Grant City, ensnared in a labyrinth of crime, corruption and betrayal. Though he swore he’d never return to the city that left him for dead, the plight of an innocent girl draws Jack back. With Shadow at his side, he won’t rest until the girl is safe. But finding her reveals a plot as dark as Grant City itself.

Dead to Rights® II is a third-person action shooter featuring gritty, Hong Kong cinema-style action and innovating new gameplay mechanics such as greater interaction with Shadow, brutal, all-new disarm moves, a lightning-fast 360 degree fighting engine, vicious melee weapon battles and a dramatic new spherical slow-motion diving system.

Features:

- Shadow
K-9 fighting companion, Shadow, assists in combat and retrieves items during conflicts.

- Disarm Moves
Thirteen brutal new disarms moves to take down enemies in the heat of battle. More than 25 disarm moves in total!

-Melee Fighting
Lightning-fast melee fighting system allows Jack to collect and use melee weapons throughout his environment, including bats, pipes, 2x4s, machetes and swords.

-Weapons
Jack’s massive arsenal now includes heavy artillery such as mini-guns and shoulder-mounted RPGs. Also at Jack’s disposal are devastating land mines, flechette grenades that shred human flesh and shotguns with incendiary shells that set your enemies ablaze.

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