Excerpt: What do you get when you combine "spaghetti-western" characterizations with fast-paced, multiplayer mayhem? Paradox Interactive is hoping that Lead & Gold: Gangs of the Wild West can answer that question for you.
Summary: If you are looking for a title to eat up some play time for the next couple weeks until a certain Wild West game comes out, feel free to give Lead and Gold a spin. Just be warned that is not perfect and has a few quirks.
Excerpt: The western themed release of Lead and Gold: Gangs of the Wild West may have been released at the wrong time, given that Rockstar’s Red Dead Redemption is upon us, and, because of this, I feel that the game could be overlooked by many.
Excerpt: Woohoo woohoo woooo…woo woo hoo… It’s really hard to write in “whistle,” but if I could it would be the perfect intro to this review. You see, Lead and Gold: Gangs of the Wild West is set in, you guessed it, the Wild West.
Excerpt: War games proliferate in the multiplayer gaming landscape, but the Western is a thinly exploited genre. Enter Lead And Gold: Gangs Of The Wild West . The class-based gunplay between teams of dusty scavengers is fast and dirty, but there’s a sense of strategy that rewards slowing things down a beat...
GAME REVIEW – Lead and Gold: Gangs Of The Wild West (PlayStation 3, PSN)
Alternative Magazine Online
20 May 2010
Conclusion: However, taking into account the omission of voice chat, the balancing issues and a lack of map variety, the game in its current state can only be cautiously recommended. The experience system certainly needs reworking: at the moment it seems quite elusive and detached, only applying on a ‘per...