Neversoft, which in the coming years
is sure to produce more quality titles like “Tony Hawk 10: I’ll Put my
Anything” and “Let's Get Steazy with Tony”, has temporarily abandoned
its obsession with the whiny-voiced human crash dummy slash industry
dabble in the relatively obscure genre of western shooters.
that though there have been quite a few forays into the western theme,
them could hold up to the quality standards of your 2-year-old
naturally, they were sent to children’s hospitals to help with
coordination development, and education about the nose dive decline of
industry. Thank you Atari for your vanity, your charitable efforts, and
persistence in putting out rubbish games fiscal year after year
giving light to those brave little children and teaching the rest of us
to suck, even on a smaller budget. Now, without any further analytical
discourse, prepare to say “Holy Native American Stereotypes Adam West”,
on to your spurs for GUN, the first successful venture into the
old west (as interpreted by Neversoft and the lame writer they hired).