Gunman Clive HD Collection
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About this game
Developer: Horberg Productions
Content Rating: Teen
In the year of 18XX, the west is overrun by thugs and outlaws. A group of bandits have kidnapped Mayor Johnsons daughter and are spreading havoc across the land. Gunman Clive must rescue the girl and bring order to the west, then finish the fight in Gunman Clive 2. His battle against the bandits takes him all around the world and beyond.
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All in all, Gunman Clive HD Collection is an absolute no-brainer. For the low price of entry, you are getting HD versions of not one, but two of the most impeccably-crafted action platformers of the last decade. They may be over a bit too soon and they may not always have the most fair level designs, but there's more than enough replayability here to cancel out both of these problems. Do yourself a favor and go download this game immediately.
The original Gunman Clive is ridiculously short—maybe a half-hour long—but endlessly replayable with its different characters and difficulty settings. But it’s also fairly straightforward. Gunman Clive 2 is more colorful and diverse in its gameplay. There are several Star Fox-esque segments, a few horseback sequences, and at least one frustrating panda-based level. The sequel is more experimental, but also has a few too many “gotcha” moments that can be tiring.
Gunman Clive HD Collection is memorable for its simplicity in approach, and that is matched by a wondrously captivating etched art style. While the developer has joked about how Gunman Clive had been overly reliant on beige, the nuanced sequel more readily splatters the surrounding world with oversaturated colours. Gunman Clive’s successor expectedly presents more scope in the areas that you wander, accompanied by a gentle soundtrack that doesn’t prove of detriment to the game’s overall style.