A very smooth and beautiful game set in the wild west, featuring stereotypical gunmen battling for outlaw and vigilante supremacy. Secret Ponchos is a top-down team shooter based around spacing and aiming, with emphasis on the different characters' weapons rather than skills. Fights are quick and snappy, with players having to take aim at the opposing team while simultaneously dodging and weaving through the rain of bullets they're putting down. Combining the strengths of the different Outlaws affects the outcome in many ways, ensuring that there is no real "optimal" team.
Visually, the game is stunning. The outlaws and environments are perfect in the classic west setting. The outlaws themselves are stylized in a very dark, cartoonish way that fits the game's theme. Each of them are statistically and visually different from one another so that you can always tell the group apart.
The soundtrack is phenominal, sounding exactly as though it was from a classic spaghetti western film. It never feels intrusive or like just background noise. The guitars and trumpets flaring up press you forward subconciously, adding drama and intensity to your gunfights as you both linger on the verge of death.
All in all, Secret Ponchos is one of the best team shooters I've played, and I reccomend it to anyone who digs wild west games or movies.