Play Vault's William:
"Back in the swinging sixties, you couldn’t walk ten feet through the American mid-West without tripping over an Italian film crew working on a Spaghetti Western. Tales of stolen gold, corrupt lawmen and ugly Mexicans by people like Sergio Leone were ridiculously popular, and continued to be, for a good twenty years before the films dipped out of fashion. There have been a few noteworthy Westerns in recent years, The Proposition, 3:10 to Yuma, True Grit and so on, but so few Western games and fewer still good ones.
The previous generations aren’t the most given to gaming, if you were one of the lucky ones going to see A Fist Full of Dollars at the cinema on its release date, your likely mystified by all these floating shapes on your grandson’s magic tablet thing right now."