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Hello,

does there exist any video game that has

1) Wild West setting and
2) playable female character?
Early access appears to start next week:

https://www.playwwo.com/
Desperados : Wanted Dead or Alive, which is an excellent game, very fun to play.

And there's the sequel too : Desperados 2: Cooper's Revenge.
The Westward series
Thanks guys! I'll absolutely check those out!!
I like to play with wild western women too.

:^P
The Wild Arms series (for consoles), though it has sci-fi and fantasy elements:
http://www.mobygames.com/game-group/wild-arms-series
If anyone is curious, yes there were female gunslingers and outlaws in the Wild West.
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tinyE: If anyone is curious, yes there were female gunslingers and outlaws in the Wild West.
Of course. Some of us did play Boot Hill. :)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boot_Hill_%28role-playing_game%29
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Hirkis: Desperados : Wanted Dead or Alive, which is an excellent game, very fun to play.
I may be misunderstanding something here but when I read the descriptions for the game, it's a male lead with a female companion.
Post edited November 10, 2017 by drmike
West of Loathing

:)
That looks...surprisingly interesting. If 98% of 1272 people rated it positive, it can't be all bad.
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Ok, at the risk of sounding like an asshole... what does it matter if the game has playable women? It never occured to me to seek out or disregard a game because of the protagonists gender. Or race or even species for that matter. One of my favourite adventure games had me play as a claymation dog for heaven's sake.
Custers Revenge!

Oh wait, she isn't playable. I mean, she is playable, but well...you know what I mean.
Wild Guns, maybe?

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Breja: Ok, at the risk of sounding like an asshole... what does it matter if the game has playable women? It never occured to me to seek out or disregard a game because of the protagonists gender.
Yeah, but it's also possible that they're not looking for themselves. Maybe they have a western-obsessed niece or something they're trying to find a game for, and they think it'd be cool if she could identify with the playable character. Or maybe it's just a "I wonder if ____ exists" bit of curiosity. Shrug. I also think it's kind of pointless when people obsess over character gender like it matters, but you might have jumped the gun a bit with the outrage.
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IMO, people don't have to justify what kind of games they play.

If somebody wants to ask if there are any games set in Thailand, I don't feel the need to question whether it matters that the game is set in Thailand. I just answer the question if I have useful information to contribute.
Post edited November 10, 2017 by SamyMerchi