Seriously, imagine a samurai with a gun. You finally surrounded the over-courageous little bugger and think you’ve got him beat. Suddenly he goes one-handed with the blade, fending off half your goons, while he reaches inside his robes for a high-calibre boom stick. Blasting away, he escapes down a mine shaft/elevator cable/well placed hatch and you’re left with nothing but your cat and metal claw. Next time. Anyway, Samurai Gunn is a brilliant looking game about two to four of these monstrous combinations of modern and ancient battling it out in local multiplayer. Trailer if you can slice through to it.
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