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In all, Mad Dog McCree has “drinking game” written all over it. It has its annoying glitches, but there’s also a lot of fun packed into this game for anyone willing to push past its issues. I had a blast with it. But I am not your average gamer. I find humor and novelty in the awful. This might be a game to check out if you’re a risk taker.
If you remember the originals (fondly of course), you will definitely want to pick this up. If this is your first time packing a six-shooter in the Wild West, you might want to consider a rental first. Giddy up!
Unfortunately, Mad Dog McCree for the Wii is simply too riddled with problems to be much fun even for those who have been dying for another light gun game. While we could have easily ignored the cheesy video, it’s the shooting action we come for but the Gunslinger Pack just isn’t worth even the budget price.
There’s something enjoyable about playing something as awful as Mad Dog McCree. These rigid lightgun games are satisfyingly terrible. But make no mistake: they are bad. Oh, they are bad indeed. But priced right at $20 for all three bad, bad games. Definitely worth throwing down a Jackson to make fun of the action unfolding in the pinnacle of mid-80s videotography.
If I were reviewing the game I would also report that Majesco made a huge misstep in allowing the games to be so difficult, even on the easiest setting. As funny as some of the clips are, their entertainment value is pretty much negated when you watch them for the 200th frigging time because Mr. McCree's cohorts have apparently been dipped in adamantium.
Video games have taken a different path on their way to providing worthwhile experiences. Mad Dog McCree Gunslinger Pack does a good job of showing why we should be thankful for that fact.
I'm sure three of four people were clamoring for McCree's return, but Majesco probably would have been wise to let this sleeping Dog lie.