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Mad Dog McCree (Wii) Gunslinger pack, 3 games in 1, Maddog, The Lost Gold & The Last Bounty Hunter £11.99 delivered @ Game
Mad Dog McCree (Wii) Gunslinger pack, 3 games in 1,  Maddog, The Lost Gold & The Last Bounty Hunter £11.99 delivered @ Game

Mad Dog McCree (Wii) Gunslinger pack, 3 games in 1, Maddog, The Lost Gold & The Last Bounty Hunter £11.99 delivered @ Game

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The good old retro classics, 3 games in 1.

The live action, six-shooting, Wild West adventures of Mad Dog McCree are blazing their way to your Wii. Take on the role of the Bounty Hunter in this collection of all three classic arcade shooters: Mad Dog McCree, Mad Dog 2: The Lost Gold, and The Last Bounty Hunter. Bring your own brand of justice to the ruthless evil plaguing the Wild West, once and for all . . .

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Big pile of crap, best spending your money on something other than this !!!!

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kranmal;7696971

Big pile of crap, best spending your money on something other than this … Big pile of crap, best spending your money on something other than this !!!!



Crap or not, will appeal to some people and it's the cheapest I can find, so in my opinion it's a deal.

It's not really 3 games in 1 now is it - it's 3 diffrent stages.

My dad loves anything to do with cowboys and has a Wii so though he'd love it, bought him it for Christmas and even he thinks its not very good. Not too bad a price though, I paid £14.99.

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Rhys135;7697311

It's not really 3 games in 1 now is it - it's 3 diffrent stages.

bought the original 1 yrs ago and only came as the 1st 1, this states on the box 3 games in 1.

Wow, there's a blast from the past, Mad Dog McCree!

This was one of the few laserdisc games to hit the arcades in the early 90s (I liked this, along with the early 80s Dragons Lair and Astron Belt), but like all laserdisc arcade games they were better suited to a quick game due to their limited gameplay, rather than something you'd play for any length of time, especially as they usually cost about a £1 to play, even in the 80's, so although probably the best price for this game, it probably isn't going to be as much fun on the Wii, as say House of the Dead.

You can also get Mad Dog McCree on interactive DVD (produced by Digital Leisure) for those without a Wii, I already have the Dragons Lair & Space Ace interactive DVD's, which are mastered from the original laserdiscs, therefore, their content can also be used with Daphne (laserdisc emulator), which is how I added them to my converted arcade cabinet, but it also works well on any DVD player.
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