TGH Writes: "Ready to return to the wild west in Call Of Juarez: Gunslinger, we are.Today we have our ‘First 25′ series taking a hold of the reigns of Call Of Juarez: Gunslinger on PC."
The demo was fun, although I'm kind of disappointed they left out auto-leaning around corners from Bound in Blood (which was pretty fluid in that game). Also wonder if they will continue to use this art style in future CoJ games, or go back to the more realistic look.
theres a demo? (PSN) I need to try this game...looks like fun.
I played the demo/trial on Live, but it wasn't there right away when the game was made available for DL. So if it isn't on PSN at the moment, it might be soon.
There is a leaning feature. I have the full game, in the video above you can see it when he gets inside the house and is given the rifle for a brief second (the player doesnt really use the cover system that is given)
I still didn't see it when I watched that part (don't really want to watch past where the demo ends in case I buy it). I was more referring to the auto-lean though (when you got right to the edge of an object, which worked pretty well), as opposed to just any lean feature. Since you have bought it, can you say anything about the game's length? I heard 2 hours from one source, and 6 hours from some other comment.
The game can be short I spent an hour on the first episode which comprised of 2-3 missions. Factor in for collectibles(3-4 each map) and three difficulties (one unlockable) and the fact that Hard Mode is a pain in the dick(at least with the quick draws. Its about Blood Dragon Length. Also, factor in the three different skilltrees so essentially three ways to play the game (albeit minor changes). I say its worth it if you really are looking for that true Juarez experience that the first two games gave you.
Thanks for the info, might have to pick it up. Not too many old west games available, and it's good to see the series seemingly back on the right track after...whatever The Cartel was.
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