Conclusion: This is going to be a short review for the sole reason that Gun is just one of those games the falls between the lines of the good the bad ( and the ugly ) If you looking for easy achievements and a stress free laughable game Gun is a good choice.
Conclusion: Cliffy B. must have been well aware that Gears 2 would come under increased scrutiny, would be dissected even more closely than the original, because once the glossy veneer of a beautifully constructed object loses its appeal, your left just with a table, chair, or other mundane thing.
Pros: Visceral, bloody combat; cover system strategy; brilliant atmosphere and voice acting; great variety in scenarios, combat, levels, and gameplay; robust multiplayer includes co-op and new Horde mode; beautiful visuals and production values; imaginative and thrilling through and through.
Cons: Ham-fisted and failed attempt at introducing an emotional subplot; sometimes clunky controls; online competitive multiplayer is not for the faint of heart; doesn’t carry the same impact as the original.
Conclusion: The game delivers a great story, includes great achievements, and a wonderful all-star cast of actors to bring the wild west in your rooms. Gun is definitely the best western game on the 360 to date, and the best western game to hit shelves in a long time.
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Excerpt: A really cool take on the Western, Gun is a pretty close look at life in the wild west! You star as gunman Colton White who is on a mission to discover what is going on when Ned, a likeable hunter who Colt thinks is his father, is killed by a group of zealots.