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Road to Respect is fundamentally a beat-em-up, following a linear path that couldn't be straighter if it were the Prime Meridian. In just about every situation, Joey winds up brawling with anyone he comes in contact with - not just street punks and gangstas, but heaps of bodybuilders, lawyers, pharmacists, even old men.
Theoretically, there are all sorts of combos for beating the snot out of everyone, but the controls are so sloppy that simply mashing the living hell out of the two punch buttons will take care of business most of the time. In case you're not interested in speaking with your fists, just grab one of the plentiful (and remarkably efficient) random weapons strewn throughout the levels. Did you know that bashing a head with a crowbar sounds like kicking a tire? Neither did we, but apparently it does (at least in New Jersey).
Nov 07 2006 (PS2)
|Expected release date:||
Cancelled (Xbox 360) UK
Winter 2006 (PS2) Winter 2006 (Xbox 360)
|Available Platforms:||PS2, Xbox 360|
|Developed by:||THQ, 7 Studios|
Mature: Blood, Intense Violence, Nudity, Strong Language, Strong Sexual Content, Use of Drugs