Digital Review

The Last Bounty Hunter

Like a '50s cowboys-and-Indians TV series, this shooting game seems so obviously made on the cheap that it's hard to work up much rancor against it. While it's easy to excuse The Last Bounty Hunter's tongue-in-cheek ''acting'' and bloodless, cartoonish violence, PC owners will be less than thrilled with its blocky video equences, and PC people (as in ''politically correct'') might take offense at its Afro-American grave-digger character, who delivers a grinning, mugging insult when ever you get shot. And don't even bother picking up ALG's optional PC Gamegun: Since most computer users sit about a foot away from their screens, using it is like shooting virtual fish in a barrel. C-

Originally posted Aug 25, 1995 Published in issue #289-290 Aug 25, 1995 Order article reprints
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