Samurai Gunn is a lightning-fast Bushido brawler for two to four players. Each samurai is armed with a sword and gun, with only 3 bullets to a life. Discipline and quick reflexes are the key to deflecting bullets and sending your opponents’ heads rolling.
One match of Samurai Gunn looks like the finale of a great Kung Fu movie. Fighters flip off walls, clang their swords in midair, then weave between deadly traps until, finally, only one is left standing. But none of it is choreographed. Great duels break out time and time again, and whether I won or lost, I was having too much fun to really notice. But its local-only multiplayer means it’s couch co-op or nothing.