Reviews and Problems with Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood
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20 March 2015
Summary: Take the go anywhere, do anything gameplay of Grand Theft Auto and toss in all of the military hardware you can dream up and you'll end up with Mercenaries. You are free to steal any vehicle you see, blow up any structure, and otherwise do whatever you want whenever you want.
Excerpt: Call of Juarez: Bound In Blood rolls out as a prequel to the moderately successful Call of Juarez, the first western themed title from Techland. The original was a mixture of fast paced gun fighting and stealth maneuvers.
Summary: Frankly the western has always been under represented in the current generation of video games. I mean World War II has sixty five thousand titles per year released and maybe one a year we get a video game from the Old West.
Excerpt: Western shooters. There aren’t many of them, so if you find yourself feeling nostalgic for the old days when cowboy hats were all the rage, people could openly carry guns on their person, and when armies walked right up to each other before firing, Bound in Blood is definitely the game for you.
Excerpt: A really good wild west shooter seems like a pretty easy game to make. Considering you can wander into any video game store and buy a number of excellent war games or titles that pit you against invading aliens, a guy shooting a few enemies in run-down desert towns doesn't sound like a game design...
A violent and profane Western game with sexual allusions.
Common Sense Media
30 August 2009
Summary: Parents need to know that this Western-themed shooter is meant to be played only by mature players. It is laden with very strong profanity and crude sexual references, and the gunslinging violence, while perhaps not as graphic as that of some other shooters (there is blood, but no gore), is nearly...
Review: Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood (Microsoft Xbox 360)
30 August 2009
Summary: Well, the gameplay is ok, but the story just kills it for me. In order for me to get interested in something as clichéd as mythical Aztec gold, I’m going to have to like the characters a hell of a lot more than I like Ray and Thomas.