Summary: Game allows you to play as one of the 3 main characters. The Hispanic character has a permenant Cheshire cat expression. It allows you to skip the video play during the level. The characters continually give each other a hard time through repeating redundant lines. Adult content with brief nudity.
Summary: Maddeningly frustrating. Fundamentally flawed. Idiotic. However for a co-op game its well worth buying if it's on the cheapo. The concept of a co-op game where people are working against each other is the idiotic.
Summary: It isn't a terrible game (like Duke Nukem Forever), but it is a pretty bad game. The story is borderline, but entertaining. The three player concept for co-op and story telling is good. The technical aspects of the game are miserable and nearly too numerous to list.
Summary: I was actually into finding out all the different paths of each character which added replayability for me. I say this game isnt anywhere near a purchase, but good for a rental. I say this because i dont feel the story is that bad , if you can muscle through the many bugs and glitches.
Call of Juarez: The Cartel - The Parent's Guide to Video Games
The Game Store Guy, Game Informer
27 July 2011
Summary: Call of Juarez: The Cartel Review Kid Safe: Very Low (1.5 / 10) Game Quality: Moderate (5.0 / 10) Genre: First Person Shooter - These games are characterized by the viewpoint and weapons used in the title.
Summary: Having played Call of Juarez: The Cartel to completion I can comfortably say that while it lacks polish in many places it is still a decent and enjoyable game, changing setting from the series traditional Wild West to present day south coast America is not surprising in the least, but that being...