Dead to Rights: Retribution dated

Canine cop romp out in April.

Namco Bandai has slapped a 16th April release date on its PS3 and 360 action game, Dead to Rights: Retribution.

That's for Europe. In the US, it'll be available from the preceding Tuesday (13th April) as per usual.

Dead to Rights: Retribution is a revival of the not-that-fondly-remembered series of gritty third-person shooters starring a gruff police officer and his crimefighting dog, Shadow.

North American players get a choice of in-game pre-order bonuses depending on their preferred retailer, including one that features MadWorld-style "noir mode" graphics and dog camouflage, which sounds pretty sweet actually. Here's hoping there'll be something similar in Europe.

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