Multiplayer / cooperative FPS set in Wild West times. Take part in frenzy team versus shootouts or play cooperative games against AI managed enemies. Most of the classic black powder guns are available, in single or dual wield setup.
I think there is a lot of cool content here to make for an excellent mod. I'm a huge western movies fan and I was hoping for something more in this mod. My main concern with this mod is how the weapons feel and handle. Very hard to make a kill, and difficult to know when you hit someone. This mod also seems to have a lot of different color schemes which make it hard to understand what everything means. It took me 3 plays to understand how the weapon selection menu works (I still don't quite get how it works tbh :p ). Also being able to sprint would have been a nice feature as well. My personal taste however is fast paced games, so this is a personal opinion of mine.
As for the game play, I think it could be explained a bit better either by text or better HUD icons? I didn't quite get the game play while I was playing it. I tried protecting a box, I stuck with team mates, I sometimes has a loot which I then didn't know what to do with? Some extra guidance would be welcome in that department.
The maps have quite a nice tone to them and some environments look like some of the movies I've seen. Some flow issues in them though, where you get stuck on steep staircases or other small corridors and things sticking out.
There's a lot of great work in this mod and you can tell that by the content. I especially enjoyed all the sounds in the mod :)
For me personally, I just wished you could carry more weapons or at least drop / pick up enemy weapons. I would prefer to have the game play a bit faster (but that would mean bigger maps and a better flow in them).
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