Call of Juarez: The Cartel
Third party DRM: SteamThis game requires a free Steam account to play.
When a Mexican drug cartel bombs a US law enforcement agency, a US task force begins a blood-soaked quest for justice. Play as Ben McCall, a brutal LAPD cop and descendant of Ray McCall; Eddie Guerra, a DEA agent with a chronic gambling habit; or Kim Evans, a gang-affiliated street kid turned FBI agent. Who you choose determines how the unforgettable story unfolds.
As you fight to dismantle the Cartel and unravel the mystery of the bombing, you’ll embark on an epic, bloody road trip from the streets of Los Angeles to Ciudad Juarez. Experience the lawlessness of today’s Wild West as you hunt down the Cartel before the violence escalates north of the border.
Gripping, cinematic story with unforgettable characters.
Play through the entire campaign with two friends online in three-player cooperative mode.
Huge selection of weapons, including pistols, machine guns, sniper rifles, anti-air weapons and more.
Wide variety of maps and missions, including raids, witness protection, interrogation, undercover missions, shooting in a crowd, car chases and more.
Addictive multiplayer modes, including an unrevealed new mode, as well as classic modes like Team Death Match. As you play, your character will evolve, unlocking weapons and gear.
Wild west...nooooo!Gojko | Oct. 10, 2013 | See all Gojko's reviews »
Dust, hats, revolvers, wild west...Call of Juarez...yea.... no... what is this.
This game was very good Western shooter, and now we get... nothing. Game is too monotonic it' not worth playing it more that one day.
Game is working on their new engine Chrome Engine 5, but it seems that engine have a slight problem with textures. Sound... a lot of curses.
Not as bad as people sayarimajeen | Sept. 18, 2013 | See all arimajeen's reviews »
I can comfortably say that while it lacks polish in many places it is still a decent game. There is a nice amount of weapons to use, the shooting mechanics are spot on. While many will comment that the visuals aren't the best, the levels are varied and look pretty cool. The game isn't without its faults but If you have a friend who would like to play co-op I would recommend it.
Delicious game.yuppy | Aug. 25, 2013 | See all yuppy's reviews »
This game is delicious but have some disadvantages like AI or not excellent graphics. Story of game is better than in previous pieces of game. At the beginning game can be little boring but at City of Angels start to be delicious! Must play it!
Fantasticiamkyo90 | Aug. 12, 2013 | See all iamkyo90's reviews »
Dirt is the typical driving game in which we dive behind the wheel and I can say dirt 2 has returned stronger than ever in your PC vercion we observed using directx 11 making this one of the few games that use it and that is to say very good dirt 2 potential advantage in the PC graph as we have seen the engine used in dirt 2 is simply spectacular, and is perfect optimization in computers is another flattering look dirt 2 has managed to be one of the best driving games poniendonos to give our best potential curves also have seen that car damage is very real since losing the bumper to lose or damage the car doors in the history of the game are more types of races from the typical rallies we've seen to cross rally racing or land rush in history along the familiar characters appear as dave mirra pastrana travis among others and besides that compete against them and show them who is the best aspect of the gameplay is well maintained both in keyboard and in control but personally recommend using a xbox 360 controller keyboard because sometimes the engine is tedious we see here is almost similar to the grid but slightly improved in the graphic look is not to say the game looks too so I was real happy so I'm not complaining in appearance very good sound from rock to electronic music inidie
CoJ BiB ReviewCompax | July 30, 2013 | See all Compax's reviews »
The graphics and gameplay are good, but capping it all off is a bundle of extra content outside of the singleplayer game, the most obvious and important part of which is the multiplayer side of the game. There aren’t any real big surprises or twists and most of the different modes are team-based in the old ‘Cowboys and Indians’ style rather than offering anything unique. The multiplayer side is somewhat class-based too and gives a choice of different weapon load-outs and stats for players to select from, each of which can be upgraded over time. It seems a lot of games are using this approach since Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare came out and Bound in Blood follows the trend.