This here game's about old-time shootouts, and it's a hoot. Your protagonist (who I assume is the Man with No Name from those Sergio Leone spaghetti westerns) is tasked with shooting his way through a mess of enemies, and it ain't easy. They outnumber you, have spiffy AI, and are deadly shots to boot. Thankfully your cowboy has learned to tap into the Matrix and use bullet time, so that evens the odds a bit. Expect some exhilarating gunfights. Add in delightfully chunky graphics and some twangy MIDI guitar and you've got a game that has the cowboy-punk charm of the Meat Puppets. Yeehaw?
WASD moves and you aim with the mouse, and you can either activate bullet-time by itself or use it while leaping in the air. I'll admit there is a learning curve to this; if you attempt to run-and-gun you'll get shot down pretty quickly. In order to survive you'll have to have patience, use cover, and circle-strafe when in sight of the enemy. Judicious use of bullet-time is mandatory too. Once you get the controls down, though, you're in for a treat, as everything is finely tuned and quite tense. I haven't played a shooter this gratifying or thrilling since co-op L4D on Expert. When you slo-mo leap in the air and blast two enemies that previously killed you a dozen times you'll feel like a badass. And it'll be cool.
Go on now. Get to shootin' some varmints already. Ya hear?