When life robs Colton White of all that matters, the only thing left he can trust is his GUN. From award-winning developer, Neversoft, and accomplished screenwriter, Randall Jahnson (The Mask of Zorro, The Doors), GUN follows Colton on his quest for discovery as he seeks to exact vengeful justice on those who have wronged him. GUN is a realistic epic action/adventure that lets gamers experience the brutality of the lawless West.
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* New and savage ways to punish: Stealthily sneak up and attack your enemies, use them as cover, stab, shoot, or scalp them. Blast away and watch the aftermath, shoot guns out of enemy hands, or destroy with dynamite.
* Extensive variety of missions and game play: Wage war on horseback, commandeer trains, protect whores, collect bounties, play poker, hunt buffalo, and more.
* Multiple game play styles include: precision shooting, stealth tactics, and use of explosives.
* Embark on numerous side missions that allow you to master gun slinging and horse riding.
* Unlock secret weapons and upgrade your skills and abilities to improve your weapon and equipment performance.
* Brutal realism: Act as a gunslinger protecting righteousness, or seek retribution as you face corrupt lawmen, warring tribes, cold-blooded outlaws, and ruthless renegades.
* Encounter legendary gunfighters such as JJ Webb. Employ a multitude of authentic weapons including: Six shooters, shotguns, Gatling guns, flaming arrows, hatchets, dynamite, and more.
* Expansive interactive world: Play an extensive variety of exciting missions as you journey west across the new frontier. Ride on horseback through the scenic, yet dangerous Western terrain of canyons, mountains, plains, forests, gold mines and towns.
GUN is rated
4.3 out of
Rated 5 out of
Fun to playIt was alot of verity of different tasked to be done. I'm hooked.
Date published: 2019-12-18
Rated 3 out of
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Wishing for better contentLove the game not controls or the graphics honestly hoping that it would of fixed the motion blur but its just like the put the original game contents and put em ona disc that could due so much more
Date published: 2019-11-13
Rated 5 out of
Western with a twistThe best western game for xbox. Sam Elliot is cast as one of the voices in here, Sam Elliot. You have story mode with side adventures. You have to complete specific tasks but can wanter around to check things out.
Date published: 2019-02-18
Rated 5 out of
GunGot this game a few days ago and love playing it easy to control
Date published: 2018-10-19
Rated 5 out of
Great gameplayI like the western theme and I like the the way this game is setup.
Date published: 2018-07-27
Rated 4 out of
Great gameplayI bought this game because it reminded me of my childhood, and I loved it then and still love it now. Only bad thing is that the final mission is really annoying.
Date published: 2018-02-22
Rated 3 out of
GUN on the Xbox 360 - Spoiler-Free ReviewWhile I enjoyed the game much more when I played it as a kid on the regular Xbox, the nostalgia of playing it was, at first, extremely satisfying. Especially watching the brutal opening cutscene and being thrust into the woods with Ned. However, as things start to move along in GUN, the rough edges become plainly clear.
Some of the things that I didn't like about the game are as follows:
>Even on the Xbox 360 port which should appear fresh and new, it feels very old.
>Tutorials were weaved into the story of the beginning which is fine with me, but the in-game dialogue of certain characters directly referenced out of world things like the controller or the use of your quick-draw mode. This took away any sense of immersion I may have had from the start.
>The overused character models of henchmen got to be pretty stupid, and I understand that you can't design 1000 character models of true variance in this era but maybe more then 3 or 4 would've been a good idea ya know? When you kill the same henchman 20 times in the same gun fight, some even standing side by side, this becomes a little ridiculous and painstakingly repetitive.
>While the game pretends to be somewhat open-world, all missions are linear with a specific path needing to be followed to have the right outcome. Outside of looking for gold mines, any kind of exploration in this game is futile. Careful for those invisible walls!
>I thought as though the game should've better utilized the quick-draw feature, which is one of the best ideas that the game had. The mechanics of it weren't bad, in fact they were quite good and managed to capture the feeling of fun gunplay. The thing that makes it bad is what they missed out on. Duels could've been featured and made into interactive cinematic instances of pure action. Imagine the stare-downs, the frustration of losing and seeing your own face blown off, and the reward of watching your enemy fall from a perfectly timed bullet. They could've been incorporated into a series of side missions and/or boss battles and would've added that extra dose of dramatic flair that is so characteristic of a true western story. This game so desperately needed that flair. Instead, the feature was overpowered and underutilized. Not a good combination.
Some of the things that I did like about the game are as follows:
>The shooting mechanics. While they take an adjustment period and some tinkering with the controller sensitivity, they are for the most part very good. Although a bit overpowered even on the highest difficulty, I really enjoy the feeling of gunning down waves of generic henchmen by lining up my sites and getting a very rewarding headshot. It adds a powerful feeling and makes the player character feel like he should... badass.
>The story of the game is pure western cliche and I love every minute of it, aside from the aforementioned issues of in-game characters referencing out-of-game things and other small issues. While the main character is a little stale in voice and dialogue, he does at least show a dynamic change over the span of the main story and has a very interesting background that is explored. Villains in this game were great. Well-established and easy to hate, they were brutal and unforgiving. They killed genuinely likable characters and that made us hate them and relish in murdering them when we finally got the chance.
>Side missions are limited, repetitive at times, and anything but challenging. With that being said, I still enjoyed playing them. I feel like Neversoft really missed out here because they could've incorporated so much more into these side missions and really fleshed out different game mechanics and made for a more unique experience. Hunting, Wanted Posters, Pony Express, and Gold Mining were all great ideas, they just weren't executed as well as they should've been and there simply wasn't enough to do in the game after the story concluded.
While GUN has its own unique story and several cool ideas, features, and moments, it is a lackluster Western game with a pretend open-world that fails to give us fans of this genre the things we really want to see. I would recommend playing it and feeling it out despite it's unquestionable flaws, but don't set your standards any higher then a horse can jump. Lastly, fans of the Western genre are far better suited to the Red Dead series which has an actual open world with true elements and features true to the time.
Date published: 2017-12-26
Rated 5 out of
The Best Westerm Game Of All Time !GUN is a classic western game released on the Sony PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube, PlayStation Portable, Original X-Box, and the X-Box 360. It was released by Activision and Neversoft in the year of 2005.
This is one of the earliest X-Box 360 titles to be released. You play as Colton White and you go through an incredible journey , this game is awesome. I recommend this game to anyone looking for a western game. I have only played this game on the PlayStation 2 and X-Box 360.
It is one of my favorite games of all time.I give this game a wonderful 5 out of 5 stars. It is truely a great game. The gameplay, the voice acting, the story, and everything about this game is awesome. Even though there are plenty of games out there with better graphics, this game holds up very well. It has some of the best graphics for an early X-Box 360 title. I hope you all enjoy this review and I also hope you all find this review helpful.:)