Gun takes gamers to the untamed West of the late-1800s where greed, lust and murder are rampant.

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Colton White (voice)
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Reverend Reed (voice)
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Clay Allison (voice)
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Ned White (voice)
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Many Wounds / Fights-At-Dawn (voice)
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Stone Hand / Native American 2 (voice)
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Native American 1 (voice)
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Jenny (voice)
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Soapy Jennings (voice)
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Campbell (voice) (as Jim Connor)
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Hollister / Additional VO (voice)
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Port / Additional VO (voice)
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Honest Tom / Additional VO (voice)
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Ned White and his son Colton White venture onto the Morningstar, a steamboat on the Montana River. The steamboat is attacked by barbaric men lead by a corrupt preacher, Josiah Reed. After Ned tells Colton he really isn't his father, the two become separated and Ned dies. Now alone and craving vengeance and answers, Colton sets out to the west where he will join a rebellious group of outlaws to battle Indians, stop a corrupt mayor, kill Josiah Reed and stop an evil Civil War Major named Thomas Magruder who has the answers Colton needs as well as a plot of his own to find the Cross of Coronado- the key to the gateway of the lost golden city. Written by commanderblue

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steamboat | mountain | west | murder | lust | See All (86) »

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It's not a crime if there's no law. See more »

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Action | Western

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M | See all certifications »

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8 November 2005 (USA)  »

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The scene where Colton shoots the rope for the ferry is taken out of the film "The Outlaw Josey Wales." Even the clothes the ferryman is wearing is the same as in the film. See more »

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The Ned's Ferguson rifle has some kind of cloth wrapped around its barrel. But when a player aims with the rifle, the cloth is gone. See more »

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Colton White: [voice-over] Montana, 1880. My name is Colton White. My father and I hunt game for the riverboats coming up the Missouri. It's not a bad living, if you can stand getting kicked awake every dawn.
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Referenced in End Roll (2012) See more »

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The West Is Fun!
2 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this game, you play as Colton White, who's getting revenge for all the times he got screwed over. You can do the story missions. This is really fun. This game has one of the best story lines I've saw in a game. This has a better storyline than some movies. The story has many unexpected events, and the cut scenes are great. The story is short, but you don't have to do the missions if you don't want to. Eventually, you'll have to do the story mode missions if you want to advance to another area or unlock more side missions. Side missions are awesome! You can play poker, do bounty hunter missions, go hunting, and more! But you'll eventually run out of side missions that are cool, and be stuck delivering mail for a measly 10 dollars on the Pony Express. Not as exciting as traveling through the west on a random horse looking for a wanted group of men who have prices on their heads worth 30 dollars, is it? With the side missions, weapons, and great storyline, Gun is definitely one to buy. The only downside is that veteran gamers may think it's too easy and short. I'm not a veteran gamer, and I can't beat the final boss, so who cares? I liked this game. Rental for veterans, buy for medium gamers.


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