Summary: I really enjoyed this game, more than I thought I would. Nice 6-7 hour romp through the Wild West with a pretty solid narration/story as you go. Good fights and areas, nice duels, good pacing.
Summary: Call of Juarez: Gunslinger is a arcadey first-person shooter game with a Wild West influence. It has an interesting storyline that pulls you through the main game mode, which roughly lasts 7 hours. The environments are well-varied and the sense of action is incredible.
Summary: Pure, arcade-style shooter fun. There's a surprising amount of content for a downloadable game. For $14.99 you get a fully fleshed out campaign and two other modes. Multiplayer unfortunately isn't one of them, but that isn't really a bad thing here.
Summary: I was a big fan of the first two Juarez games and then "Cartel" almost single-handedly destroyed the franchise... but then Gunslinger was released and it more than made up for the disappointment.
Summary: This is a story driven first person shooter based out of the wild west. The graphics are outstanding, but that has come to be expected when a game rests on the sheer brute power of the xbox 360 game console.
Summary: I played the demo of this and was sold, just for the western aspect of it, so few games like it. The gunplay is pretty good, I haven't gotten the rush I get from a clean streak of like seven nice shots call of duty, but I enjoy that you can upgrade from one to two guns and switch between handgun and...
Summary: A fantastic game. Considering it is a PSN game, it is amazing. Fun from the beginning to the ending. Some very good graphics, although at some times the frame rate drops to almost static. But I only had it that bad twice through the game.
Summary: It's a very entertaining game. I can't help but feel like a badass whenever I play it. The action is so satisfying. I liked the story but I thought the ending was predictable and maybe a little cliched. As far as length of the story mode, I thought it was a bit on the short side.