After two games in the classical Wild West setting, Ubisoft and Techland decided to move the third installment into the modern day, with Call of Juarez: The Cartel. They won't discount going back to the classical Wild West with future titles though.
I can already see the comments the game would get if they did that.
will be interesting to see how the modern setting is received for such a sensitive issue.
They seem pretty confident that their fans will like it, but the Wild West setting was what drew their fans to the title. Tough.
hmmm.. seems interesting... almost like an inbetween part of western movies... and star wars.. :-P
Maybe Space Western will be the next step. Space FPS has been rumoured as the future of the genre. :p
FIREFLY FIREFLY FIREFLY. :P
I suggest they stay away from an old western theme. Red Dead owns it now.
Regardless of direction, I'm still interested in how this one turns out. I didn't really get my hands on the first(?)
There's a difference between taking a game from the 1940's to 2010 and taking a game from the 1800's to 2010. It's just too large of a leap.
WHY WOULD YOU TAKE A COWBOY SERIES AND MAKE IT MODERN. THEN SAY YOU MIGHT MAKE IT COWBOY AGAIN. REALLY UBISOFT? NOT EVERY SERIES IS ASSASSINS CREED. JESUS, GET IT RIGHT!
i dunno i like the idea of a modern setting. theres not much else they could of done with the western setting that the other COJ or RDR hasn't done, the developers obviously knew they couldn't compete with RDR so they made it into something different.
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