Excerpt: In the case of Samurai Western, don't judge a book by its cover. While the story of a Samurai in the old west may sound a tad strange, it'll be instantly forgotten once you get immersed into the frantic and stylish action the game has to offer. While the gameplay is enjoyable for a good amount of time, it's not without its flaws, however, as a disagreeable camera, some questionable voice acting, and clunky controls can't help but hinder an otherwise enjoyable game.
Excerpt: I wish I liked this more than I do. It's got all the ingredients for a distinctly awesome game, except for gameplay. Samurai Western has got plenty of style, the graphics are okay, and it would make a truly awesome anime, but it gets old fast. As the title would appear to indicate, it throws a lone samurai into the Wild West. Gojiro Kiryu has come to the frontier in search of an outlaw by the name of Rando.