The key to fun in Samurai Gunn is having friends

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Reunited. It feels so good.

So, you read Chris Carter’s review of Samurai Gunnand you thought to yourself, “Self, that’s all well and good, but I want to see what it’s like to become embroiled in the chaotic yet precise gameplay described in this review by way of two disorganized people who yell and grunt a lot.”

We got your back. And by “we,” I mean Jordan and I, as we fire up a few rounds each of deathmatch and survival in Samurai Gunn.