THis is like the 3rd. time I have bought this video game and I still love it.
Mr. Amazed "etorresg2", Amazon
28 February 2014
Summary: I ordered this video game (yet again) to replace a copy that was stolen from me recently. Overall I would never grow tired of this sword and revolver simulator. It may get a little repetitive, but I am proud that I prefer not to cheat or have a walkthrough to finish the game(plus a good workout). I do recommend that you do some warm-up exercise before playing; especially on difficult modes because you could hurt your arm or sprain a muscle.
Summary: It is good with graphics and story appears to be good. I am not too thrilled about moving from map to map, next door you open, takes a long time to load and enter, and once you enter, fight a couple bad guys, and then move to next door. Most time waiting to move through levels vs. actual play.
Summary: So I got this because I liked the first Red Steel for Wii. Even though I know a lot of people seemed to dislike Red Steel 1 it was still pretty fun in some ways. This one isn't really like the first one much other then the mechanics. It does look good for being a modern day type of western but you will start to realize half way through that its quite empty. It seems like every town you go to is a ghost town because there are no people at all anywhere.
Summary: This game is FUN! I am in a wheelchair so some of the Wii games get a bit difficult. But I was doing better than the able bodied people. This game combines the awesome fun of sword fighting moves with an easy switch to shooting. I like it because I am a gamer but not a "GAMER" and I honestly get stressed out when s*** is jumping out of the dark. I don't find anxiety fun. So, this game is a great accumulation of all the fun of Wii.