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A good Western FPS, but item hunt can often become tedious 0

Outlaws is a wild west first person shooter released in 1997 by LucasArts. It uses the Darkforces engine, one of the last Doom-like engines, meaning it doesn't allow full 3D scenarios, but supports slopes, limited looking up and down as well as buildings with multiple stories and simplistic polygon objects. Enemies continue however to be represented by simple 2D sprites.The game starts with an elaborate hand animated seven minute intro that portraits the death of James Anderson's wife and the ki...

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Outlaws review 0

Outlaws is one of my favorite first person shooters of all time. the soundtrack influences alot from ennio moricore who composed the good the bad and the ugly, the gameplay's solid, and the animated cutscenes are fluid and fantastic. all and all it's a pretty good western. A+ lucasarts!...

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Not Quite the Hidden Gem That Was Promised 0

I'd always wanted to play this because of its reputation as a hidden gem of the 2.5D FPS era. It turns out it's pretty mediocre. It also only has 9 levels! Doom gave you that for FREE. There are side missions probably from an expansion pack, but there's only 5 of them and the game's not good enough to leave me 'hungry for more'.All of the enemies are hitscan and enemy types are almost indiscernible from one another. There are a lot of stupid switch puzzles, and the weapons aren't anything specia...

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