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Ridiculous Mad Dog Mccree Games Make a Wii Return

by Alisha K.
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It’s a match made in silly retro heaven: the Nintendo Wii and its motion-sensing controller (perfect for shooting) and classic corny live action arcade shooters. Majesco’s just released a pack of three Mad Dog McCree games at a budget price. How can you resist this face?

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One disc: Mad Dog McCree, Mad Dog 2: The Lost Gold and The Last Bounty Hunter, all for $19.99. Sure, reviews have been… how shall we say–atrocious?–but that may be half the fun.

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Bad dialogue, bad action, not-great lightgun gaming… if you grew up hanging around arcades, this may be your Nintendo Wii party game. Available now, on sale soon.

[via IGN]




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Comments (1):

  1. technabob says:

    Wow, I wasted many a quarter trying to play that godforsaken game. I was hoping it would remain dead and buried for good.

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