Not really much to tell... But I am 16 years old, 6 feet tall, 320 lbs (I know, I'm a beast. =D) and I am the son of a computers teacher (He allowed me to play HL1 and CS when it was version 1.1.0 or something...) so I've been geeked for life! If anyone wants to play any games with me, I play on STEAM, xBox, and some handheld DS games, but I'm mainly stuck between those 2 platforms.
All right... I've began my 1-month trek to find the "best mod out there" (in my personal opinion) and this is one of my most recent.
Overall, the game was very well made. The map layouts were pretty good, as well as extremely detailed.
The weapon models, horses, and players were amazing as well, but had some major consistency issues. When you are playing the "good guys", your characters wear vests that are dark blue denim colored, and if you're the "bad guys", you wear lighter blue/reddish and a trench coat.
Because of the similar color schemes and models, it is extremely difficult to tell who's who on your team. Other than that, the gameplay was great.
I tested a variety of gamemodes when I first started playing (Mainly just a "hold the gold for as long as you can" type of game mode, but there was also one where each team is fighting for control of it.) and overall it was really satisfying, but it got frustrating with the model inconsistencies.
The weapons (like I mentioned above) were amazing models, (aside from some minor flaws in the design of a few revolvers) and the animations were pretty fluid, and because of the weapons and notoriety system, these 2 features make up the majority of the game.
Overall I would rate the game about a 9/10. It was pretty good, but not that great. Some glitches, team model issues, and lack of servers really bog down the game's overall appeal, but because of the single player (with bots) feature, it prevents the game from going any lower.
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