Posts Tagged ‘Fistful of Gun’

Fistful Of Gun Out Now With A Bullet

A Fistful of Dollars, the classic 1967 Clint Eastwood western, is the film that essentially initiated the ‘spaghetti’ western. The Man With No Name rides into a quaint Mexican border town and seeks to play two families locked in civil dispute against one another. A lot of faffing about ensues before Eastwood gets rich, shoots a few varmints, then rides off into the sunset. A Fistful of Dollars. Now, if he’d opted for A Fistful of Gun [official site], with it’s hedonistic shooting and self-indulgent chaos, he might’ve gotten there quicker. If you’ve got access to Steam, GOG, or the Humble Store, then you sure can because A Fistful of Gun is out now.

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Gather A Posse For A Fistful Of Gun

What do William H. Bonny and Craig T. Pearson have in common? Well, there are many things. Emilio Estevez has played us both in movies, we’re both wanted by 18th century law, Martin Sheen is our dad, and we were both killed by Pat Garret. But I have Billy The Kid beat, because I appear to have been mysteriously resurrected in the body of a pacifist games journalist, and can carry on the carnage in freebie multiplayer offline shooter Fistful Of Gun, while he is doomed to forever be remembered for starring in a terrible film about Dracula. Check mate, Kiddo.
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