Weapons and Stores

Instead, the condition descriptions now refer to the power level of a weapon Rusty (no stars), Normal (1 star, black finish), Prime (2 stars, silver finish), and Superb (3 stars, blinged-out gold finish). Upon finding a higher-level version of a favorite weapon, be sure to keep it. This prequel features weapon stores, which appear in many of the chapters. Various weapons and ammo are displayed, and the heroes can buy them (swapping out their old weapons) if they...

Large Town

Running River, a warmongering Apache chief, sends his son Seeing Farther to handle a trade with Juarez. Unfortunately for Juarez, his arms dealer has just been locked up by the Pinkertons (the so-called forerunners to the FBI) at a town. Time for a prison break. Ride down the trail to the town. After climbing over a shack (or going around the buildings via a different street), there will be an enemy ambush. Take out the enemies on the roofs. Upon finding the front door of the sheriff's office...

Navajo Village

Seeing Farther sheds more light on the history of the medallion, along with his tribe's side of the dirty trade. He's willing to help the heroes find the medallion, which is currently located in the waters near a hostile Navajo village. Nuts. Your character begins on the back of the boat. After Ray makes his hydrophobia apparent (haw haw haw), prepare to kill all the enemy native warriors along the shores, so none of them can warn their village. After scoping out the village from a high point,...

Rainy Town

About a year later, in 1865, the McCalls find themselves at Fort Smith, Arkansas. The marshal in charge of the place doesn't take the diddling of his daughter Betsy very well, so now the whole town is out to get our heroes. At this point, Ray has acquired the chest armor that makes his man boobs impervious to bullets. (Keep in mind that the bad guys can still aim for his face and groin.) The action begins with a duel, against the marshal in this scene. First, press the Movement Stick (left...