I bought Billy Frontier last night and played quite a bit of it. I think that it's a good game overall, and one that you can "wow" your friends with, in terms of graphics. That being said, I have my doubts as to whether or not it has features needed to keep you playing on those long, late-night cattle drives. The Good - Pretty solid controls. I really don't have any complaints about the controls, other than the fact that the "offset reticle" option should be "off" by default.- Four game types (two of which are pretty fun) While Stampede and Shootout offer a fair bit of fun, Target Practice and Duel require little thought or skill from the user.- Polished graphics. This is one of those games you're going to want to show to your friends who don't have iPhones to make them jealous.- Solid animations for characters. Some great death animations by the alien cowboys, and Billy looks great as he runs from the stampede.- Above average sound. Gunshots sound like gunshots... what more do you need! The Bad - Lack of variety. While there are 8 "levels," there are really only four game types, with half being set in a "town" location, and the other half in a "swamp" location. Target Practice and Duel last a few minutes at most.- Limited interaction in two game types. As mentioned above, Target Practice and Duel require very little from the user, and can get boring very quickly.- No story (Why am I a cowboy? Why am I fighting aliens? Why are the cows half lizard?) This game could have really used a cutscene and some story elements to make it feel like a complete package instead of just a collection of mini-games. The Ugly - The price is right, for now... However when this game goes up to $6.00, I can see some people getting a bit frustrated with paying that price for a somewhat shallow game. At first glance, Billy Frontier seems to be a AAA title, with sharp graphics and sound, and some good humor. However if you dig a bit deeper into the game, you'll find that the game is actually a bit shallow, especially once the price jumps to $6.00. The inclusion of an actual story, or even some simple cutscenes that connected the mini-games together would have helped out a great deal. As it stands now, you'll have a nice tech demo to show off to your friends, but once you've played the game a dozen times, you probably won't be coming back for more.