I was hoping for this game to be as good as the first one but it turns out to be a major degrade. As I said in my previous Dead to Rights(part1) review "A sequel would be a very great idea", well it turns out I was wrong, very very wrong. Allthough it is still a good game but very basic linear path run and gun or other levels maybe just fighting but still in a linear path. There were still some great disarms and fighting moves, the old "stone cold stunner" move was still to be used. The story for the game is bad not interesting at all. The graphics are very well detailed though. The music in the backround are well matching to the gameplay except hearing the enemies voice acting, continueously repeating the same words over and over again can really make you wanna break the game. You still may get addicted to the game but not for long because the game will end before you know it. This game is only worth a rental nothing else. It is a let down that this game was worst then its first part just because it is a preqel or something.
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