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Wanted: Dead or Alive
Game Description:Combining third person action, horse-riding and sneak'em up assassination with a cinematography inspired rail shooter FPS mode, Wanted Guns is a story driven action game for the PC set in Mexico and the Wild West during the American Civil War. You play as Reverend Devlin, an unforgiving priest whose dubious past as former leader of Los Gauchos, a Mexican gang of gold-thieving gunslingers, has finally come back to haunt him. Players shoot, ride and sneak their way through a variety of locales including the Mexican ghost town of El Cuervo Perdido, the abandoned mines of the McCrary brothers, and the renowned mountain woods of Virginia.
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