Do you remember Bonanza Bros.? The Sega game was one of those classics that stands alone, and there've been few games like it ever since. I think it's fair to say that Tom Francis, PC Gamer writer turned developer, most likely recalls it. His game, Gunpoint, is a good deal smarter and more stylish than the 1990 Mega Drive game, but it's hard not to be reminded of it when looking at Gunpoint's cross-sectioned levels and its mini-heists that play out with no small amount of slapstick.

That's a good thing, of course, and there's plenty more to like in Gunpoint. We'll be bringing you a full review on Monday morning, but for now Ian Higton's run through the game to give you a flavour of what to expect. It's all looking pretty good.

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