The player continues to pursue the villainous outlaw, Mad Dog McCree, as well as look for McCree's legendary hidden loot. The game is not completely linear.

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Rusty Dillen ...
Kristen Greer ...
Buckskin Bonnie
K.E. Bibeau ...
Padre
Clifford Voake ...
Professor
Lee J. O'Donnell ...
Prospector (as Lee James O'Donnell)
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Stagecoach Driver
Ruben Moreno ...
Shooting Beaver (as Reben Moreno)
Carol Eason ...
Undertaker (as Carol Erson)
Siren Anderson ...
Barmaid
Alisa Becarra ...
Barmaid
Stephanie Flowers ...
Barmaid / Senorita
Lewis H. Alexander ...
Native American Renegade
Jorge Andrade ...
Native American Renegade
Pat Judge Hall ...
Native American Renegade (as Pat Hall)
Allan R.J. Joseph ...
Native American Renegade (as Allan Joseph)
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The player continues to pursue the villainous outlaw, Mad Dog McCree, as well as look for McCree's legendary hidden loot. The game is not completely linear.

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Mad Dog the ultimate shooting game is back...


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Stagecoach Driver: Stranger. Stranger you think you're tough enough to take on Mad Dog? Prove it to me. That man is the scourge of the territory. Why to beat Mad Dog to the spanish treasure you'll have to take on renegade indians. Bandidos senor and mad dog's sleazy crew. You think you can beat that crazy killer to the spanish treasure? Why he's ready to dynamite the whole of superstition mountain to get at that gold. He's well armed stranger, bear that in mind.
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Follows Mad Dog McCree (1990) See more »

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A Good Sequel To A Great Game
11 April 2001 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

Mad Dog 2: The Lost Gold is the sequel to Mad Dog McCree by American Laser Games. In the sequel, it's basically the same plot as the first.

Get Mad Dog at any cost.

Somehow, he managed to survive from the first encounter and he's back with a vengeance. You go through a couple of levels shooting outlaws and remembering NOT to shoot the innocents! It's same old, same old. It's a great followup, but it's nothing special. Mad Dog 2 is a great live action game with great visuals of the western culture. The acting and dialogue I always liked in the Mad Dog games. It doesn't sound as corny as Crime Patrol, Drug Wars, and Space Pirates. I would suggest getting this only if you are a rail shooter fan or if you enjoyed the first game. Find this if you can in an old stuff bin at your local gaming store. Try to look on auctions too!


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