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Dead to Rights Retribution assets show city and a bit of dog


9:00 PM on 05.18.2009
Dead to Rights Retribution assets show city and a bit of dog photo



Volatile Games (Reservoir Dogs) and Bandai Namco want you to forget about all those other Dead to Rights games. Dead to Rights Retribution is a reimagining, a new look for new current generation systems. We’ve had our hands on it before, and yeah, it’s different.

This afternoon Bandai Namco pushed the point again by releasing some assets for Retribution. Below in the gallery you’ll find some hip screenshots of the protagonist and his dog, as well as a decent amount of concept art for the city (Grant City) featured in the game. After the jump, you can watch a bit of a fly by of the city. It’s void of action, but it should give you a taste of what Volatile is trying to achieve in terms of atmosphere. (Hint: dark and gloomy.)

Dead to Rights Retribution assets show city and a bit of dog photo
Dead to Rights Retribution assets show city and a bit of dog photo
Dead to Rights Retribution assets show city and a bit of dog photo
Dead to Rights Retribution assets show city and a bit of dog photo
Dead to Rights Retribution assets show city and a bit of dog photo
Dead to Rights Retribution assets show city and a bit of dog photo





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