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Despite their popularity on the big screen, westerns have yet to make it big in the video game market--as of 2011, at least. The pickings are slim and they get even slimmer when a gamer wants their saloon shootout to be in 3D. The good news is that the setting does lend itself naturally to shooters and most games featuring the Wild West also put a revolver or rifle in the player's hands.

Red Dead Redemption

Developed by the same company behind "Grand Theft Auto," "Red Dead Redemption" is a western shooter that puts as much emphasis on the setting as it does on the action. Players can choose from a diverse arsenal of firearms and use them to shoot down bandits and federales, but if they want, they can instead spend their time roaming an open-end world. Along the way, they can collect desert herbs, tame wild horses, play poker in the saloon and chat with the locals. The 3D graphics are remarkably life-like and the cinematic cut scenes feel like they've come straight from a spaghetti western film.
Call of Jaurez: Bound in Blood

Players who want action in their western shooter will find plenty of it in "Call of Jaurez: Bound in Blood." The game features epic shootouts and tense one-on-one duals. Between the gunfights, players will also have to survive tough scenarios, such as a burning saloon and a white-water rafting ride. They can choose to play as either of the McCall brothers, each of whom has his own style and preferred weapons. Ray's a dual pistol-wielding maniac, and he charges straight into a fight. His brother Thomas prefers his long rifle and snipes his enemies down one by one.
Wild Arms 3

"Wild Arms 3" takes the western shooter and turns it into a turn-based role-playing game (RPG). Players control the fast-shooting Virginia, who's out to restore the world after it was transformed into a wasteland reminiscent of the American West. The world of "Wild Arms 3" is not the American West, however. It's a whole different landmass and monsters roam it looking for a fight. Although the battles are turn-based, "Wild Arms" doesn't forget its heritage and when it's the player's turn to shoot, his speed at firing and reloading will determine the damage of his attack.
Lead and Gold: Gangs of the Wild West

"Lead and Gold" is a pure multiplayer game. It does not feature a solo campaign. Players choose from four western archetypes, such as the cowboy and the deputy. Each archetype plays differently, some specializing in close-range combat while others are better at stealth and sniping. "Lead and Gold" emphasizes teamwork, and if the players stick close to each other, they grant one another special bonuses. Players can also revive downed teammates. The game offers a range of multiplayer modes, though none are mold-breaking. They include capture the flag and death match.

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Minimum System Requirements
Windows 98, 2000, ME, XP
Pentium II or Higher
256 MB RAM
30 MB Hard Disk Space
Sound Card
Keyboard & Mouse