Summary: You may notice I am writing this review in 2013 when most are from 2007, this is when I played the game and I have to say it has not aged well, all I can say is it is a western romp if you are looking for that sort of thing and whilst I could go without having played it, completing it did make the...
Summary: CALL OF JUAREZ BOUND IN BLOOD (BiB) was great fun, had a logical story and flow of events, was difficult at times but never to the point that you wanted to punch out your monitor. This game is a clunker in comparison. As in BiB you play as 2 characters: Ray (the gunman) and Billy (the indian kid).
Summary: Good, not great little game. I say "little" because it's short and sparse. No real side missions or tasks to speak of. Best parts: The guns, the feel of them is powerful and the sound of them is as close to an old Western movie that you're going to find. They're pretty cool.
Summary: This review is very late in the game, but with the sequel coming out soon, I figured I'd weigh in. Call of Juarez is a Western-themed first-person shooter that was actually released back in 2006 in Europe. (For some reason it took the publisher an extra year to release it in the US.
Conclusion: If you like spaghetti western this is your game, if you just want to play a FPS, there are many other games of this genre which are really much better than this. Anyway, it's not the worst of them all.
Pros: Call of Juarez has many nice things. The western ambient is really good, especially at the beginning. The physics are perfect, you'll see your enemies falling from buildings, roofs and many other places breaking wooden things like in the movies. You can also take many objects of the stage like bo...
Cons: When you start there's a really good sensation of western movie, but it breaks up when the game really starts (when the action starts). It's a pity because that was a good sensation. At the beginning there are lots of details, many objects and stages are full of things but when you continue the g...
Summary: Call of Juarez joins other Western themed games in immersing you in shoot-outs, cacti, wood fences and tumbleweeds. You switch between the characters of Billy - the young half-Mexican lad, and Ray, his uncle, a gunslinger who is out to kill him.
Summary: I was slightly disappointed in the graphics on this game but the overall play is ok. I look forward to the strategy guide coming out as I am not the greatest at sneaking through the streets of Juarez as Billy gets shot/killed quite alot. If you enjoyed Gun...you might like this game as well.
Summary: This game is definitely the best western game out there... but thats not saying much. The game is very linear, and the gameplay is a little bland. The character models are beautiful, but some of the environments leave a little to the imagination.
Summary: The shining moment of this game was the 'Bonus' missions. After finishing the single player campaign you will unlock 3 bonus missios. The graphics and game design are a little better than the main single player game. The bonus missions look more polished than the single player story.