Wii #1396 - Mad Dog McCree: Gunslinger Pack (USA)

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Jun 23, 2009
  1. Chanser
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    This is crazy how many releases we've seen today without seeing the one we all want!!

    This game looks so bad that I must play it. I love the fact that when you shoot someone you get a slight pause as it spins to the video clip of them dying!
     
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    This looks a lot like that one Wiiware game. I forgot what it was called.
     
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    1. Wow, I really liked the Arcade games from AmericanLaserGames like Mad dog in the early 90s, nice!

    2. I am so not up to date....what is the rls we are all waiting for plz?
     
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    Don't ask...
     
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    I wonder if it's the old arcade version or if they bothered to improve it at all. Guess I'll find out one day when I'm bored.
     
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    About time!! I am so getting it now! (running to you know where) [​IMG]
     
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    Just in case it's not clear: I was not not asking for an iso but for the game release (like in store), sounded like Mario Galaxy 2 or something very special...
    Sorry for not being clear.

    @Chanser: Or did you mean that the game will be so baaad that there is no need to ask???

    *being curious*

    Back to topic: Would be great if some old shooters like Lethal Enforcers or -even better- Rail Chase (Sega, Arcade) would get a makeover.
     
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    Most people are waiting for the conduit to be released. I am so desperate maybe I'm going to try this.
     
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    I'm surprised to see this -- I guess Who Shot Johnny Rock? and Crime Patrol should be next, right?

    Any way some of the other CD-i/Sega CD/3DO games can come out on the Wii (i.e. Daedulus Encounter, Burn: Cycle & Snatcher)? That system is actually perfect for them.
     
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    Yay I want the Zelda CD-I games on Wii. That would be so cool .
     
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    I am not one of them. I do not care about the Conduit.

    Dragon's lair and Dragon's Lair 2 laserdiscs for Wii ? I so want it badly. [​IMG]

    I already have them for Daphne emulator and those two in mpeg files and I loved it.
     
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    Never even heard of this game
     
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    Such an awesome game. I think I might still have the CD somewhere.

    Anyone know the scrubbed size?
     
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    I'VE BEEN WAITING FOREVER FOR THIS GAME! FINALLY IT'S BEEN RELEASED!
    8.6 ON IGN!!

    I can't wait to step into the shoes of Mad Dog McCree and blow some good-for-nothing goons away!
     
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    Due to the failing economy and severe budget cuts, the studio that created the Conduit was replaced, and now this is the result...



    In all seriousness tho, I haven't played these kind of games since 1992! I'll definitely check it out for some laughs.
     
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    Actually, it got a 4.5 on IGN. You must be thinking of that other game that you can't wait for any longer, so you are pretending this is that game instead.
     
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    Weren't these games really praised back in the Sega CD come CD-i years? At least I think I seem to remember a lot of people loving them.

    I would also love to see some other old shooting game remakes:
    T2 Arcade
    Silent Scope
    Time Cop
    Time Crisis (yeah I know it's not really old)
    Revolution X (yeah I know most ppl hate it)
     
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    I guess the scrubbed size is about 4GB, so it really doesn't make a difference
     
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    Even as a kid, when nearly all video games were things of wonder and amazement and I'd quite happily spend hours playing the most basic and flawed of crappy ports to home consoles, and even though the Dragon's Lair games displayed graphics the like of which had never been seen before I was able to deduct that the DL machines in my arcade were probably the worst games in the entire building (as well as being the most expensive) and were even less entertaining than the old, semi-working pacmans and galaxians that had been relegated to the back by the fruit machines. Any one of Ubisofts Imagine games is better than the whole Dragon's Lair/Space Quest series put together.
     

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