And let's leave ethics aside for a while... I started the thread just to mention that I didn't like it at all as a game -ethics not included- and wanted to hear about people who think that it was not as good as it was supposed to be. But I think I'm the only one who didn't like it (at least, I'm the only member of this site who didn't). Anyway, there's no accounting for tastes... But to me, it was so boring that I sold it without completing it. Am I the only person thinking like that? Yeah, I think I am, and now I see it...
Awesome game, and I honestly think it's a serious contender for game of the year
yes it did have its flaws, but as does every game.
The first third of the game was amazing, but it puttered out here and there until it reached the finish line. However that part where you just enter Mexico will go down as one of the greatest gaming moments ever. Awesome stuff.
@terbas i didn't really like the game as much as i thought i would. It was still fun to play but i guess because i had just played through GTA4 and the gameplay engine is so similar it felt like i was playing the same game twice, except with horses instead of cars
Well.. if you wanted a sandbox western game.. than this is it (the only one). If you wanted a wild west action shooter.. then it could be boring.
Personally I loved it, although some of the missions could get boring. Also, I didn't like that you had to complete the 5 first missions or so before everything became available (jeez.. I visited nearly every store.. for a lasso!). The herb collecting challenge was nice, but that last level.. R U KIDDING ME?? I preferred the sharpshooter challenges, at least they were different each time (birds, rabbits, hats, from moving train, …)
Multiplayer was also very nice. I loved the co-op missions.
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