4 Genre Defining Western-Themed Games

From gun slinging heroes to the dust bowls of the uncharted frontier by way of outlaws and lawmen, here are four genre defining Western-themed games.

Hardiman2099d ago (Edited 2099d ago )

One of my favs was Stranger's Wrath. Sure it was an Oddworld game but it was also a western! I also oved Red Dead and can't wait until tonight for part 2!


The Oregon Trail - Launch Trailer

Brave the challenges of pioneer life—survive blizzards, broken limbs, snakebites, exhaustion, starvation, and the dreaded dysentery as your party strives to reach Oregon before winter.

shinoff218319d ago

This is also on console. Been there for a month


The Oregon Trail Switch physical release on the way

The Oregon Trail reveals plans for a Nintendo Switch physical release happening soon. Pre-orders are now live.

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shinoff218323d ago (Edited 23d ago )

I'll have to check for a ps5 physical , I'd buy it off nostalgia alone

Edit for anyone wondering. Yes there is other versions

jznrpg23d ago

I played this is elementary school on an Apple computer. I vaguely remember needing to type words to shoot. That was a long time ago. Back then it was all in green or orange I can’t remember which.


Rockstar Considered Red Dead Redemption & GTA Movies, But Ultimately Dropped The Idea

Rockstar Games had considered making Red Dead Redemption and GTA movies at one point, but had ultimately dropped the idea.

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porkChop25d ago

Both would make more sense as a series than as movies, though I think Red Dead would be far easier to adapt.

DarXyde25d ago

RDR would be a great movie. If they allowed Martin Scorsese to work on it, I think it would be outstanding.

MajorLazer24d ago

RDR would work really well. From the GTA universe, IV would work really well because of how gritty and realistic the story is.