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


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Colton White (voice)
Reverend Reed (voice)
Clay Allison (voice)
Ned White (voice)
Many Wounds / Fights-At-Dawn (voice)
Stone Hand / Native American 2 (voice)
Native American 1 (voice)
Jenny (voice)
Soapy Jennings (voice)
Campbell (voice) (as Jim Connor)
Hollister / Additional VO (voice)
Port / Additional VO (voice)
Honest Tom / Additional VO (voice)


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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Experience The Brutality Greed And Lust That Was The West. See more »


Action | Western


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8 November 2005 (USA)  »

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Did You Know?


There are several hints that Honest Tom (at the beginning of the game) is not what he claims to be: 1- He tried to steal from Colton. 2- He said Dodge City is two days far from where they were standing, but it's actually a few miles. 3- He laughs when he says "being as honest as I am..." 4- Before the horse race begins, he starts racing after saying "Ready..." See more »


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 »


[first lines]
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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References Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) See more »

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Grand Theft Horse
26 February 2006 | by (The Penumbra) – See all my reviews

Gun has so much going for it, but it's such a short game that as soon are you build up your stats and really get going...there's no more of it to play. Which is quite annoying.

You play as Colton White (Thomas Jane) in a free-roaming western landscape. You can grab whatever horse you want, kill who you feel and take-on a fair amount of side-missions if you feel like taking a break from the main story, which is itself interesting but way too short.

The villains are all evil bastards but brilliantly acted by the likes of Brad Dourif, Ron Pearlman and Lance Henriksen. Other actors with cool voices like Kris Kristofferson and Tom Skerritt fill out supporting roles and the dialogue and cut-scenes are all pretty good and avoid the unnatural, forced feel that many video games have. Many of the characters and situations could have been fleshed out more but they merely conveniently contribute to the slight 'search for a hidden goldmine' plot.

The action of the game is brilliantly done (the controls take a little practice though), with great use of slow-motion when blowing large chunks of bad guy heads off. Weapons range from twin guns, rifles and shotguns to swords, bows, dynamite and whisky bombs. You can even scalp people, but it adds nothing to stats, so it's kind of pointless. Side missions can either be errand boy tasks, rounding up cattle or killing random bad guys. The destruction factor could have been higher, but you could say that about a lot of games.

The actual gameplay universe is quite small too. But it still feels superficially expansive. With loads of little valleys, railroad tracks and and coyote trails it can be fun exploring, but you'll get familiar with it too quickly.

My fave thing about this game however is the music. It's a shame it's not available on CD because it really is exciting and echoes John Barry's main theme to Dances With Wolves. With so many lesser video game scores getting CD releases these days I wouldn't be too surprised if the Gun score came out eventually.

Add it all up and you have a fun, if all too slight, game that is worth it if you can pick it up half price (like I did) but not a full RRP. If only they made it longer, we could have a classic.

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