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Dillon and Russ return to restore hope to the frontier villages

Dillon's Rolling Western, one of ONM's best 3DS eShop games, is returning to the 3DS eShop with Dillon's Rolling Western: The Last Ranger. This new trailer sets the scene for the game.

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Dillon's Rolling Western 2 trailer shows intro

Postby MartinIsAwesome » 28 Feb 2013, 11:34

Unfortunately, rather than make me think "Critters in a western? That sounds cool, I'll play this!" it makes me think "Ah, I really want to watch Rango again."
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Postby martynm » 28 Feb 2013, 13:29

hmmm....i'm curious about it. I haven't played original...
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Postby CyberGW » 28 Feb 2013, 16:19

I think the train looks very interesting. Also some actual help will be nice.
I did enjoy the original (even if I never beat it. Stage 7 I think. Should really continue)
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Postby PokerusZero » 28 Feb 2013, 19:08

I loved the first game (even if it was a bit expensive) so I'm defintiely getting this.
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Postby fisher2007 » 28 Feb 2013, 19:09

I haven't played the original also i was gonna get it last year but change my mind and wasn't sure about it. :(
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Postby RocketxKnighter » 14 Apr 2013, 17:29

I really loved the first game and I just saw the first 30 minute gameplay footage of this game, wow it looks even better.

People shouldn't complain about the first game's price tag of £9, I pay the same price or more for just a XBLA/PSN/Steam game.

Dillon is pretty cheap on the price side especialy since the graphics are fantastic for Downloadable 3DS standards and the gameplay has great free roaming.

I really can't wait for the sequal.

Also if there is going to be a third game for 3DS or WiiU.
I would like, Vanpool and Nintendo know that players should have the option to customise their controls at their own free will.
I want to put it out their for some gamers who don't want to use stylus controls or aren't right handed like me. That there should be a option to turn off touch controls and use the analog stick combined with other buttons to.

Plus Dillon would make a great choice for Smash Bros 4 either 3DS or WiiU..
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