Submitted by mathsman 414d ago | review

In-depth Review: Call of Juarez: Gunslinger - Electronic Theatre

Call of Juarez has undeniably been one of this generation’s most turbulent franchises. The original title was an interesting yet malnourished experience, while the sequel Bound in Blood, was a fantastic old west experience unlike any which had been seen before. The third title however, was a step too far, not only attempting to recreate the winning formula in modern times (which would have been a creative idea had it worked) but also neutering the enjoyment. Call of Juarez had climbed from respectable to top tier and fallen into disarray in just three outings; exactly where it would go from here was anyone’s guess. (Call of Juarez: Gunslinger, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) 89/100

Prcko  +   414d ago
very good review
mathsman  +   414d ago
Thanks for the compliment! Sadly I'm not the author, but I will pass on your regards, :)

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