Summary: Call of Juarez: Gunslinger is one of the most fun shooters ever. The gunplay and animation is on par with the Borderlands games and the story is compelling and engaging. You are put in the shoes of an old bounty hunter, Silas Greaves, as he regales curious bar patrons with his tales of adventure and revenge. Most of Silas' story is told through flashbacks to his younger days as a bounty hunter.
Summary: this is overall a fun game. Good western. Decent replay value. i bought this game because i was in need of some western action. it satisfies that craving. the first level is during civil war time, after that it is all western. the gameplay is smooth and fun. two sides to each story. each mission can be played as one of two brothers. Story overall is pretty good. Graphics are good. sound is good as well. Like the game and still play alot.
Summary: The notorious outlaw Pat Garret stands twenty paces in front of me. As my eye focuses in on his wide frame, my hand moves ever-so-slightly closer to the six-shooter strapped to my leg. My heartbeat is audible; time seems to slow down. My enemy draws his pistol in the blink of an eye. Being an honorable gunfighter, I let him draw first -- but I'm quicker than he is... more focused.
Summary: Original storytelling educates about the old west, plus excellent audio and beatiful detailed hi-res cell-shaded look on top of unoriginal but excellent arcadey gunplay. Plus bonuses like arcade mode, combos, etc. Probably not better than Bound in Blood, definitely miles better than Cartel.
Summary: Wanna save $15? Pick the most brainless level in a Call of Duty game and replay it 10 times. I can feel my IQ drop 1 point per minute that I play this. Point and shoot point and shoot x100. The fact that this is $15 does not save it from a bad score. I am stupider for having played this game. An entirely pointless experience. Just replay your COD games, those are way smarter than this. Goodbye $15.
Summary: I have never been a big "western" fan. I never played red dead redemption, never got into this series. I saw the last game and it made me not want to play the game even more knowing it was out of context. I watched a preview on the playstation network and I HAD TO OWN IT. I've been through the campaign but it truly shines when you play arcade mode.
Summary: After the complete and utter failure that was the previous installment I was thrilled to see Juarez returned to its rightful place in the late 1800's West. The price caught my eye and for a price that low it told me one of two things, it is either very very short or it is not an official installment. Well, I was right on both.