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Outstanding in every way, Mad Dog II is a powerful Western shootout that helps justify the cost of a 3DO. This one's solid gold.
Video Games & Computer Entertainment
The full motion video is hokey, but in an enjoyable way and it's pretty extensive, so there's a lot of bang for the buck. You might like it with the regular 3DO controller, but it doesn't reach it's full potential until you've got that gun in your hand.
Electronic Gaming Monthly (EGM)
Ah yes, more Mad Dog. This sequel is more of the same - point and shoot! Mad Dog is back and nastier than ever, but after going through the game a few times, you'll probably lose interest. Good gameplay though.
If you got this game as part of the Gunslinger Collection, then consider it a bargin. This game is cookie-cutter formula and the play control isn't as good as I would have liked. Additionally the story did nothing to motivate me. Sure the camera work is ok, as is the acting, but I have to say that if you see this game as a stand alone title, avoid it.
The Video Game Critic
Mad Dog 2 is a modest upgrade, but if you've played the first game you know that's not exactly a ringing endorsement.