Have you ever wondered what it would be like to go from zero to hero, becoming a complete bad-ass in the wildest western tale ever told, gunning down countless bad guys to save the day? Well, if you don’t mind not getting the tale part of that deal, High Noon Revolver might be just what you’re after. I mean, it does claim to take your character “from puny to powerhouse”, as you go about dispersing of outlaws. Groovy.
Remember how, in your favorite western flick, gunslinging chickens and robots took the stage? No? Me neither, because that (hopefully) never happened in such movies, although in High Noon Revolver it seems… anything goes. And that’s a good thing, as there are honestly far too few games with a nonsensical setup like this one. Whether it ends up being too much of a good thing remains to be seen, but I do like where they’re going with it at least.
I mean, what’s not to like about rushing alike like a madman, laying waste to everything from ghosts to… floating eyeballs… and… giant worms?! Uh, right. Okay. Looks like you’d do well to bring a friend (sadly, co-op is local only) for this adventure – and not just because it’s dangerous to go alone. In this case it is, though. Very dangerous. Did I mention the bad guys have a tank, of all things, in High Noon Revolver?
High Noon Revolver is available from Steam, carrying a $4.99 price tag.