Call of Juarez: The Cartel (2011)

Video Game   |  Action, Crime, Mystery


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An undercover team has been put together in order to investigate a bombing of an LAPD office.


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Writers:

Haris Orkin, Pawel Selinger

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26 July 2013 | swedzin
6
| Mistake with some good stuff
This game did not fulfill my expectations. I don't know what was the idea… no more good old western, no more Indians, Mexicans… duels… good music… This is just… a FPS with some typical, already used story about FBI, DEA… and all that stuff fighting against drug lords and weapon smugglers. There are some tiny references… for example, you can find some valuable items… you can ride a car and you can choose character, this time, three of them. One of them is Ben McCall, no other than a descendant of Marisa and Thomas and their son Billy. But, he inherited some strong genes that reminds you of… Ray McCall. And the guy is pretty the same as Ray, he is tough, hard-nosed, merciless and he cites the bible when he enters a special shooting mode… a former Vietnam veteran and a crazy mofo. Eddie is latino-American DEA, not that important, but he can handle rifles pretty good. Kim is a FBI agent skilled with snipers. And they all have pretty interesting connection through the gameplay. But, the game itself doesn't offer you any kind of intensity, energy, atmosphere… just running around and shooting at the targets, but it holds some elements from the previous games, like concentration mode shooting and breaking in position at the doors. On occasions, it can be fun, but don't expect too much.

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Genres

Action | Crime | Mystery | Thriller | Western

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Release Date:

19 July 2011

Language

Polish, English, Spanish, German, French


Country of Origin

Poland

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