Evil West Receives Above Average Reviews

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The Wild West has never been more alive than it is today. It is true that some names have made their mark with the principle of being a cowboy in search of adventure, we can see it in titles such as the highly acclaimed Red Dead Redemption 2 or even with other names less known as Call of Juarez.

Today a title has arrived that aims to give us good doses of adrenaline and an unrelenting adventure that will take us to the wild west, crossing a vast world surrounded by vampires, in which our character will have to make use of all his weapons to end the threat, we’re talking about Evil West.

Evil West is getting a good reception in its reviews for its release.

This cowboy game, which is available now, is receiving a lot of reviews, many with quite high scores, and is getting a good reception from the specialized media. Although there are also other critics who did not really leave very good criteria for the title.

Now let’s review the media who were able to give us their opinion and do not miss our analysis of the match:

Generation Xbox (75/100)

“The Wild West” brings a lot of fun but graphically outdated action. Evil West is the perfect definition of a linear game. For better and for worse. That said, it offers absolutely brutal action.” If you want to read the rest of our review, you can check it out here.

Connected COG (8.5/10)

“Evil West” is the third installment in a trilogy of unrelated games that intertwine the Old West with supernatural elements. Recently, the West has been tough, weird and now mean. For me, it’s the best of the lot. It’s definitely the most fun. It combines the lack of complexity of an old-school shooter with plenty of depth and frantic, fluid, engaging combat. Add to that well-crafted storytelling and some iconic environments, and you’ll have a great time slaying vampires and taking names.”

Wccftech (8.2/10)

“With a combat flow that rivals that of the Doom Slayer, Evil West hits the mark when it comes to taking on vampires, werewolves, and everything in between, even if there are that the rest of the experience leaves a bit to be desired.”

TheSixthAxis (8/10)

“Evil West is an old-school hit, a reminder of the fast-paced fun action games can deliver. It has a few flaws here and there, but the essence of the game is fast-paced, endless combat. Sending vampires into clouds of red mist with a giant lightning gauntlet is something every video game needs.”

Push Square (7/10)

“Evil West” is one of those really enjoyable 7/10s. It’ll never win any awards and probably won’t be remembered for long, but give it a few years and someone, somewhere will swear it’s an underrated classic. It’s an action game that knows how to have fun, whether in combat or out of it.”

IGN (7/10)

“Evil West is far from the most complex or innovative action game, but it nails the most important parts of its old-school monster-slaying campaign.”

Gaming PC (6.8/10)

“However, these small details aside, Evil West’s combat remains, for much of the game, a rugged and bloody fun, at times almost brilliant. It’s only in the final third that it begins to fade, as the vampires no longer have new creatures to throw at you, and instead you have to repeat combinations of familiar and ugly faces ad nauseam. As you approach the final showdown, you might want to move on even faster.”

Pure Xbox (6/10)

“Evil West is a completely outdated shooter that manages to entertain in small touches, but fails to overcome the mediocrity and lack of originality in its level design and storytelling. If you have a friend to play co-op with, you’ll probably be able to add a star to the final rating, but otherwise we don’t recommend doing so unless you absolutely want to enjoy some cowboy action. next generation vampire counter.”

VG24/7 (6/10)

“Regardless of what you think of Evil West, the starting price of $50/$60 is too high for what’s on offer: the nature of its level design, limited variety of enemies, and forgotten storyline will hold you back. to have fun, even if you’re only here for the fights. Endearing as it is, this action simply doesn’t make up for Evil West’s shortcomings in other areas.

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