Live the epic and violent journey of a ruthless bounty hunter onto the trail of the West’s most notorious outlaws. Blurring the lines between man and myth, this adventure made of memorable encounters unveils the untold truth behind some of the greatest legends of the Old West.
A satisfying western shooter with some cool gameplay mechanics.
You play as Silas Greaves an old bounty hunter telling his story of vengeance at a bar.
Throughout the story you encounter famous (or infamous) western outlaws.
Didn’t have an interesting variety of weapons. You have two weapon slots basically.
One for pistol or Sawed-Off Shotgun (both you may dual wield)
The second for rifle or Double-Barreled Shotgun.
Third is for dynamite.
Despite liking the shotguns you have to reload too often so I found them useless even in close quarters combat.
The rifle is good for long range.
The only pistol I found worth using was the Ranger.
The other pistols are either the six-shooters or quickshooters which may shoot/reload faster but I didn’t find them all that useful or fun to use.
The game is a narrative driven game so it is a bit linear. A bit too linear. You are meant to search for “Nuggets of Truth” they give you xp aswell as some info on characters. But im often afraid to search for them because I keep getting these “leaving the story area” messages that I dislike.
The game has a bullet time mechanic.
A Sense of Death mechanic that lets you dodge a potentially fatal gunshot.
And boss duels.
The story telling has funny moments.
This game is definitely worth it.
Horrible sequel compared to the previous Bound In Blood title, the problems being narration throughout gameplay which breaks the immersion factor, and annoying reverse scenes which make you redo something again with little variation.
Lousy sequel, no wonder it started to sell very cheaply not long after its release.
A simple but surprisingly awesome little Western game.
And for the price offered you got no excuse not to check it out.
i hope the next episode come back to Realistic game , i hate Fantasy Games.
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