Summary: What a waste. This game was evidently priduced outside of the U.S. and the obvious prejudice thinking is gross. There is a lot -- a whole lot -- of profanity and repetition. The dialogue is limited, stupid and repetitious. The choice of "music" is rap which not everybody likes but is literally pounded into the player in this game. This is not a bad game if the game producer would have actually been an adult. The view of law officers presented is ludicrous and annoying.
Summary: Just an average game here. Graphics and action were nothing special I bored of it after less than an hour. Its really that simple. No reason to buy this very average game when u can spend a few more dollars and get a truly amazing western game called red dead redemption.
Xbox 360 - Call of Juarez: The Cartel - By Ubisoft
29 December 2011
Summary: My husband and son not happy with this game at all. Miss leading, not good game, and language was the worst ever. They said they would never recommend this game to a friend. They both like the maker of this game, but terribly disappointed.
Summary: This game was horrible. I only played it because I was at my friends and I played this with him. the story I couldnt care less about. The charecters were stupid and had horrible dialoug.I hope ubisoft can make up for this steaming pile of crap with assassins creed revalations.just sell this gfame and go play red dead redmption.
Summary: Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha! Are they serious with this game? Seriously, this is the final release; not a beta test, not shareware, not... anything besides a full game that retails at near $60? No? This is it? ...hahahaha... Sorry. There's no end to what one can complain about with this nonsense, so I'll hit the highlights.
Does some interesting things, but is overall horrible.
E. Larson "Vatti", Amazon
20 July 2011
Summary: Call of Juarez has always been one of the underappreciated IPs of our generation. But make no mistake - despite the similarities in characterization and mechanics, The Cartel has little to no resemblance to the Old West FPS we all love. I've always been able to overlook the mechanical and graphical errors in CoJ because of the charm of the western setting, but this game lacks even that.