It’s not often you can find a multiplayer game with no true persistence these days that manages to keep players hooked for long. Lead and Gold is one of these games, but in saying that doesn’t mean you’re automatically going to fall in love with it. You’re going to need to love the wild-west atmosphere; and the knowledge that what takes place in one game isn’t necessarily going to “count” in the long run like other first/third-person shooters. There is an experience system, but unlike what takes place in other games with this kind of system, the experience doesn’t stay with you. At the end of a match – and at the start of a new one – you’re a Level 1 again.