Reviews and Problems with Lead and Gold: Gangs of the Wild West
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24 December 2011
Summary: Lead and Gold is a good game with some good old gameplay,but the menus are quite old and dull,and server browser is kinda bad.Gameplay are limited,but if you think this downloadable game is interesting to you,just buy it,its cheap now.
Summary: This game has changed drastically since day one, I would really disregard the critic reviews and check it out yourself. Free weekend march/25/26/27 - 2011 Other than that, its wild west tf2, fun to play with your friends, not really any major complaints. Dedicated servers now, and DLC..
Summary: A good downloadable game that is essentially a Red Dead Redemption Multiplayer clone. The gameplay is good, have not had any glitches or problems connecting. My first gripe is the fact there are only 4 options for loadouts and no way to customize them. Another is the fact there are only 5 maps.
Summary: Very good game and graphics are great for a $10 game. There are hours of fun loaded into the game and I think any one a fan of western games and 3rd person games would love this online 3rd person shooter. And for anyone who doesn't like online can go play in practice mode with bots and play there.
Summary: Just got this on sale recently from Steam, I went in with fairly low expectations expecting the same old team based gameplay with western inspire Graphics. Wow I could not have been more wrong.
Summary: Excellent game, marred only by the lack of dedicated servers and player management features... since it's a multiplayer game, you would think those would be high on the list of stuff to add... Patches are frequent at the moment so I have High hopes for the future of this game.
Summary: With very intelligent design choices, the Bionic Comando:Rearmed creators successfully make you want to play the game cooperatively and to succeed as a team, the gameplay design enables and reinforces you to stay close to your teammates in an engaging way, lag issues, as well as other minor problems...