GameSpot: Call of Juarez: The Cartel Preview and Interview

Last month, Call of Juarez: The Cartel broke cover as a present-day action shooter to the consternation of video-gaming cowboy enthusiasts. As unlikely decisions go, setting a Wild West franchise's third installment in 21st-century Los Angeles and Mexico ranked on par with a disco-era Prince of Persia reboot. The announcement vaguely promised the "best elements of the Wild West" transplanted into modern times, but aren't the best bits of cowboy times (big hats, stagecoaches) unique to the period?

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showtimefolks2574d ago

but it felt like some ideas needed more time now they have RDR to look at to improve after playing RDR we can't settle for an average western game any more or maybe that's just me