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The historical Wild West was very different from the fictional depiction of Spaghetti Westerns. Gunslingers rarely had the kill count they were credited with. Quick-draws were in reality spur-of-the-moment shootouts, with instigators often taking advantage of distraction or inattention. And dying in blaze of glory is pure …

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  1. Anonymous Coward
    Stop

    Errm, shouldn't these reviews state what platform?

    It's available on, and if multiplatform, what it was reviewed on..

    I picked up the PS3 version at the weekend and it is truly an awesome game.

  2. Bear Features
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    totally

    a truly amazing game... since I played Elite on the BBC.

  3. Ravi Shanghavi
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    Oh boy

    You know.. I never was much of the cowboy and indians type of guy. But this has my interest peaked. Perhaps I may just have to have a go. Thanks for the review. - Ravi Shanghavi, Ottawa, Canada

    1. Anonymous Coward
      Coat

      Ahem

      "Piqued". Don't be like those colonials that like to write "per say" and "walla" :)

      1. Bill Fresher
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        Sp.

        It's "wallah"... silent "h".

      2. Trixr
        FAIL

        Double *ahem*

        Funnily enough, most of the colonials I know - and I know quite a few, being one - tend to spell words like "voilà" and "per se" more accurately than many individuals from the Mother Country.

  4. cre@mstick360
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    Love this game...

    Certainly one for the games library, especially if you love playing poker!

  5. Neur0mancer
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    Fantastic

    This game is seriously awesome. I love the online part as well and have already got a posse together for taking on banditos.

    But! I still prefer GTA4 because I am basically an urban individual and armadillos scare me.

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