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Gun
7.5 out of 10

Gun

A Western shooter mixing first- and third-person viewpoints, thi Read more

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Sandweech, Metacritic
23 January 2015
  • Summary: I didn't play this game until 2014, almost an entire decade since it was initially released, but it's still one of my favorite gaming experiences in a long time, which was kind of surprising as when I first began my journey into 'GUN' I thought I'd play for maybe three or four hours tops. I mean, nothing about this game looks special at all.
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Calebd2, Metacritic
9 December 2014
  • Summary: Gameplay and mechanics are very impressive for a game now almost ten years old. The age is noticeable, but still playable and fun even today. Side missions were handled flawlessly. Impressive leveling and upgrade system for its time. However, the story is lacking and simply checks the list of every Cowboy/Western stereotype imaginable.
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Edward_Elric, Metacritic
28 June 2014
  • Summary: A pretty good game. Has a really nice story but it was pretty easy to complete. I completed the story 2 times already and I am planning on it playing it again. The most important I thing I like about this game is the Quickdraw. A.I Enemies are quick weak to be honest.
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g4br1x, Metacritic
3 May 2014
  • Summary: The only game on steam that could remind me the amazing Red Dead Redemption. The graphics is really old but the game has a nice story and a good game-play, i'm enjoying it.
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QuitBeingStupid, Metacritic
30 October 2013
  • Summary: This is the game that greatly influenced what Red Dead Redemption was going to be. Great western feel. Open sandbox gameplay that also includes an intriguing storyline. Diverse amount of weapons to familiaize ,and upgrade, but not too many to make the weapons seem less unique. Horse riding is fun, and not difficult to master. The side missions are the only thing that's really missing This is the game that greatly influenced what Red Dead Redemption was going to be.
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vangomaextreme, Metacritic
15 January 2013
  • Summary: Not a bad little game, just don't expect too much from it. Graphics are pretty bland and the story for the most part is fairly forgettable. I found the side quests slightly annoying and frustrating so didn't do many of them. However for a few hours cheap and fun entertainment it's worth it and let's face it this is a very under represented genre of the gaming industry. Go in with few Not a bad little game, just don't expect too much from it.
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CaptainAwesomer, Metacritic
17 May 2012
  • Summary: I bought this a few years after it came out for just $20. It's a great game, other than the dated graphics. It's nonstop fun, thankfully it allows you to switch to first person when you're using your guns. Oh and it lets you scalp people before you kill them, how cool is that?
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Theguyoffire, Metacritic
5 February 2012
  • Summary: Its a really good game. I remember buying it when I was about 6 years old. Fun with a good storyline. That's the way I like it. It doesn't have a huge map though.
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Gamersson, Metacritic
20 August 2011
  • Summary: Very nice western-action game. Good graphics for a six years old game. Few bugs, but game play is brilliant. Maybe too easy in easier difficulties ...
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Review9, Metacritic
26 August 2010
  • Summary: GUN is GTA 200 hundred years ago. It was one of the earlier games released for the 360 but it was also available for the ps2 and PC, It was a very fun game with a great story and a great campaign and even after you beat the campaign there were side missions like hunting down animals or helping farmers or taking out some one who has a bounty on their head. Although GUN did not have a GUN is GTA 200 hundred years ago.
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