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Mad Dog McCree (Nintendo Wii) £11.99 delivered + quidco @ Gameplay

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When ruthless outlaw Mad Dog McCree goes on a rampage with a nasty pack of wanted fugitives in tow, they leave death and destruction in their wake. You are the only gun-slinging bounty hunter who can … Read More
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7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago
When ruthless outlaw Mad Dog McCree goes on a rampage with a nasty pack of wanted fugitives in tow, they leave death and destruction in their wake. You are the only gun-slinging bounty hunter who can take him down in this three-in-one collection of classic arcade games that includes: Mad Dog McCree, Mad Dog 2: The Lost Gold and The Last Bounty Hunter.

Players use their Wii Remote or Wii Zapper accessory as the ultimate six-shooter in this Wild West adventure featuring live actors. Fast reflexes and precision shooting are the keys to survival when outlaws ambush from every angle and nail-biting showdowns are only a bullet away. As they pursue Mad Dog and four other wanted fugitives, players can choose from three different difficulty levels to hunt them alone or join forces with others in two multiplayer modes ' Posse and Rebel. In Posse Mode, players work together with up to three friends in pursuit of a combined high score, while in Rebel Mode they work independently with up to four bounty hunters for individual high scores. Whether sharpshooting solo or with a posse, the Mad Dog McCree Gunslinger Pack lets players deliver their own brand of Wild West justice and walk away with their gun smokin'!
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#1
Rock on **** acting and poor plot!
Definately a hot deal from a retro perspective, I used to love playing this in Ramsgate arcade in my mis-spent youth!!!!!
#2
haha is was rubbish, but also funny! I have this for my old Philips CD-I Machine. I love Retro Games!
#3
I was really disappointed with this. I used to love the arcade version but with this one you have to know what's coming and shoot the screen before the bad guy pops up. Good price though for those who want to give it a go.
#4
Never tried this myself, but I remember seeing a guy playing it on Gamesmaster and winning a Golden Joystick :w00t:
#5
I'm getting £17.99?
#6
Aweful, aweful game! Got rid of it after a day
#7
monkety89;6454366
haha is was rubbish, but also funny! I have this for my old Philips CD-I Machine. I love Retro Games!



The Philips CD-I was amazing! I had so many terrible lightgun games, Mad Dog 1 & 2, Space Pirates, Crime Patrol, Burn Cycle etc.

But one of my favourites was Thunder in Paradise (starring Hulk Hogan).
You could either watch the episode or play as a character in the episode.
#8
you lookin at ma keys stranger?:thumbsup:
#9
I bought this weeks ago at Grainger Games for £10 pre-owned I hate this game because some enemies are hidden and one shot your dead. I played it back in the arcade and it's funny but I found the Wii version nothing but frustrating it's just one of those games which should have stayed in the arcade or just stayed on the CD-I instead of releasing it time and time again. If you want a good shooting game for the Wii House of the Dead Overkill is by far the best. It's a wonder the amount of time this has been released that the actors aren't famous I thought they would have been at least by now. It's only worth buying for watching how funny and terrible some of the acting is.
#10
MBeeching
The Philips CD-I was amazing! I had so many terrible lightgun games, Mad Dog 1 & 2, Space Pirates, Crime Patrol, Burn Cycle etc.

But one of my favourites was Thunder in Paradise (starring Hulk Hogan).
You could either watch the episode or play as a character in the episode.


I spent many an hour playing all those games, the Philips CDi was way ahead of the competition when it was released, Just a shame it never took off. Anyone seen a port of Burn Cycle for the Wii?
#11
A bargain at a third of the price :) Really, it's a good price but don't let the rose tinted specs fool you, it's one shoddy game.

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