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[...] Mad Dog McCree had its day, and as far as I'm concerned, this entire game can join the Sheriff in a cell and stay locked up. There's hardly anything fun about it, and with respect to this version, it is in no conceivable way worth the price tag. Take a chance on this, and you're bound to be disappointed by both those things.
Mad Dog McCree on 3DS might be worth it for folks who want to play the famously awful FMV game and have no other way to do so. But the vast majority of players are better off either ignoring this silly game or tracking it down on a system where light gun games are more fun to play.
Pocket Gamer UK
Cheesy, linear and super short, and featuring shooting mechanics that feel older than the Old West. You don't need any amount of Mad Dog McCree in your life
In all fairness, Mad Dog McCree controls just as well as any light-gun game should work on the 3DS. Beyond that, this title has little to offer in the ways of fun or value. Being able to complete the entire story in under 15 minutes, the price tag tacked onto this one is incredibly steep, and the game definitely isn’t worth its own weight in gold. Unless you’ve played it before and can’t resist the pull of nostalgia, this is one old Dog that isn’t worth the adoption.