A playthrough of American Laser Games’ 1994 arcade FMV light-gun shooter, The Last Bounty Hunter.
This video shows the game being played as it appeared in Majesco’s 2009 compilation disc for the Nintendo Wii, Mad Dog McCree: Gunslinger Pack.
This video shows me playing through the game on the Sheriff difficulty level.
Though it’s not technically a part of the Mad Dog McCree series (if two games constitute a series, that is), The Last Bounty Hunter is more than similar enough to nicely round out the selection of games offered in the Gunslinger Pack. It’s also one of the lesser known ALG titles (the home ports were limited to the PC, 3DO, and CD-i in the 90s), so there’s a good chance that even if you’ve played the Mad Dog games to death, this one will be a fresh and new experience. If you have played it before, the Wii port is just as well done as the conversions for Mad Dog McCree and Mad Dog II. Aiming the targeting reticle accurately is easy and intuitive with the Wiimote, the video is nice and sharp despite the occasional pop-up of interlacing artifacts, and the entire thing is as goofy and cheesy as you could possibly hope for. It’s quite well done, and one of the better examples of laser disc-based light gun games.
If you like American Laser Games’ signature mix of FMV cheese and plastic six-shooters, this is easy to recommend. If you aren’t a fan, The Last Bounty Hunter isn’t likely to sway you.
If you are interested in seeing playthroughs of the other two games in this compilation (Mad Dog and Mad Dog 2), check out the card links!
Anyone else out there hoping for a Crime Patrol compilation?
No cheats were used during the recording of this video.
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