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AusGamers was recently able to catch up with the Merc with a Mouth to see how development of his first solo videogame was tracking, and while we're super-confident with High Moon's capturing of the character's personality and tone, we did walk away with some gameplay concerns.

Namely, with a few short months left until the game releases, it still wasn't showing an incredibly solid action experience, though we'd be remiss to not point out that this is all pre-release code and that much can change between now and release, but with my own comic book videogame adaptation agenda, a few elements definitely stood out as worrying.

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