The key to fun in Samurai Gunn is having friends


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.