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Submitted by doctorstrange 811d ago | news

Mad Dog McCree Rated By PEGI for the PS3, Website Confirms It’s ‘Coming Soon’

Mad Dog McCree, one of the first live-action light gun games to hit the market, has now been rated by PEGI (the Pan European Game Information board) for PS3, meaning that an EU PSN release shouldn’t be too far behind. Adding to that, publisher Digital Leisure’s website lists Mad Dog McCree as ‘coming soon’ to the PSN, possibly pointing towards a North American release as well.
-PSLS (Mad Dog McCree, PS3)

TrendyGamers  +   812d ago
It needs to have Move support, that's for sure.
GribbleGrunger  +   811d ago
I'd say that's guaranteed. In fact I'd say it will be MOVE only
dbjj12088  +   811d ago
Can I use my orange Time Crisis gun? The one I bought before the Move was announced? >:(
Knight_Crawler  +   811d ago
Dude 100 year from now that gun will be worth $100 to someone.

Keep it safe so your grand children can resell it.
stonecold3  +   811d ago
I will get this I been waiting for a long time don't know why its at retail for the wii but I will get this for my ps3 this will be a lot better
no1phil  +   811d ago
Lets hope its more true to the arcade as a lot of Wii reviews for this game said the controls were not anywhere near lightgun perfect.
no1phil  +   811d ago
Bought this with a light gun for the PC back when i had windows xp. Safe to say i will be getting this for the PSN as long as it is for the PS Move :) short but awesome game and brings back memories from my arcade days :)
Obnoxious_Informer  +   811d ago
I've never heard of Mad Dog McRee EVER...is that normal, or is the series as obscure as I'm suspecting it is?
krisq  +   811d ago
You're probably just too young. I remember it being on 40 floppy disks :-D
dkeat  +   811d ago
I remember having multiple CD-ROMS, I want to say two or three. I was probably 11.
Obnoxious_Informer  +   810d ago
Ya...that makes sense. I'm of the age where there was a very brief moment in school were we'd use floppy discs to hold word documents/school projects. I only learned later in life that games used to come on floppy's.
Lex Luthor  +   811d ago
Bring back Lethal Enforcers.
OllieBoy  +   811d ago
YES

Probably my favorite arcade game ever.
lastnameiodfogewiuh   811d ago | Spam
reznik_zerosum  +   811d ago
best graphics ever.
Orange Juice  +   811d ago
Omg, I had this game on my 3d0 along with a few other light gun games. This will be super nostalgic. Let's see drug wars and twisted: the game show next!
dkeat  +   811d ago
I had this for computer. I forgot this game existed. I still remember getting to a final duel and not knowing where to shoot the guy when we drew our weapons. Felt like I tried everything. I would hope this is live action as I'm curious to see how functional it would be w/ today's game tech.
crackforgangstas  +   810d ago
Oh, the countless hours of frustration as a child I spent on Mad Dog McCree. Here I was thinking they were done trying to sell it after the 3ds...

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