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ZOOM Gunman Chronicles
$9.95 (Win95/98/Me/2000/NT4/XP) (Retail) (GUNMANCHPR)

Rewolf / Sierra

- Animated Violence / Animated Blood

Ratings:

8/10 from Eurogamer

            

It's High Noon in Deep Space

For years, hordes of bloodthirsty creatures and space-travelling bandits have been invading the peaceful planets in your end of the galaxy. As the new leader of the Gunmen, you must battle through dinosaur-infested jungles and corroded techno-wastelands to unravel the twisted secret behind their invasion.

Game Features:

  • Powered by the Half-Life engine
  • Four immense and unique worlds to tame
  • Mix and match to create up to 32 variations of powerful weaponry
  • Intense multiplayer action with up to 32 gunmen via LAN or the Internet

Trouble is Brewing...

Trouble is brewing in this sleepy western spiral of the galaxy. It's been five years since the infestation of the alien Xenomes started - five years since The General, leader of the Gunmen, fell in battle leaving you to take command. Now, a mysterious presence has tinkered with the DNA of these Xenomes, making them bigger and stronger than before, and the scourge is spreading once again. As leader of the Gunman, the only law in this area of the galaxy, you must set things right. Find the source of this hostile invasion, and clear these alien scum from the rim or the galaxy!

Gunman Chronicles combines a wild-west sensibility with high-tech styling to create a thrilling and visually unique first-person action experience - powered by the Half-Life engine! All of the amazing effects and frighteningly realistic AI that made Half-Life the undisputed king of first-person action have been brought to Gunman Chronicles, a tale of revenge and redemption on the rim of the galaxy.

Gunman Chronicle's massive single-player campaign takes you through unique and dangerous worlds including dinosaur-infested jungle ruins and awesome techno-wastelands. But fear not! As a Gunman, you will not travel unarmed. An arsenal of high-tech customizable weaponry will be at your disposal to fight off the evil that you find. Controllable vehicles such as tanks and friendly computer-controlled characters will also aid you in your cause.

Four Untamed Worlds Await You!

Planet Icnus is a dusty frontier land where Cyborg Bandits roam. Strap on your holster and don't forget the heavy artillery.

Keep your eyes on the skies as Arial Drones and other deadly machinery hunt you down in this techno-wasteland.

Mayan-like structures litter this uncharted jungle world filled with dinosaurs and other dangerous predators.

Fight your way through this futuristic underground stronghold that may hold the key to the Xenome plague and the evil mind behind it.

Requirements:

Windows 95, 98, Me, XP or 2000: Pentium 233 (Pentium 266+), 32 MB RAM (48 MB RAM), 400 MB Hard Drive space, 2x CD-ROM drive, SVGA high color (16 bit).

Reviews:

Eurogamer by Keith "DNM" Ellis

"The enemies are all superbly animated, with the aliens having a flesh-like quality that at times is quite grotesque to look at. Rogue soldiers look fabulous in their assorted cowboy style garments, and really give the game a kind of strange Wild West feel. The ability for the Half-Life engine to handle large ships and monsters is in evidence again, and you will be astonished at some of the examples of this within the game."

"...Gunman Chronicles has a cracking storyline running throughout with its fair share of twists and turns. All of this is set upon some truly stunning landscapes and against some pretty fearsome foes. Though the AI has its flaws and a couple of the enemies are unimaginative to say the least, the game still shines through."



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