Call of Juarez®: Gunslinger
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"The story keeps things slightly off-balance and constantly throws up interesting moments, while the minute-by-minute gunplay makes murdering your way through that story intensely satisfying." - PCGamer.com
"Call of Juarez: Gunslinger may be the game that cements the franchise's reputation as one of, if not the, least consistent in gaming history." - Polygon.com
CAN YOU STAND AGAINST THE DEADLIEST GUNSLINGERS WHO EVER LIVED?
From the dust of a gold mine to the dirt of a saloon, Call of Juarez® Gunslinger is a real homage to the Wild West tales. Live the epic and violent journey of a ruthless bounty hunter onto the trail of the West’s most notorious outlaws. Blurring the lines between man and myth, this adventure made of memorable encounters unveils the untold truth behind some of the greatest legends of the Old West.
Meet the legendary outlaws: Billy the Kid, Pat Garrett, Jesse James… Face down the West’s most notorious gunslingers and live the untold stories behind the legends.
Experience a lawless land: Blaze a trail through the wilderness of the Old West and live an epic adventure through stunning Western landscapes.
Dispense your own justice: With a gun holster tied to your leg, become a ruthless bounty hunter on a journey made of all out gun battles.
Prevail in deadly gunfights: Master the art of blasting pistols, shooting rifles, dodging bullets and unleash lethal combos to gun down multiple enemies in split seconds.
Become the West’s finest: Choose the specific gun fighting skills you want to develop and acquire new shooting abilities to become the West’s finest gunslinger.
Smaller, yet better than previous installmentsPhlyQ | April 10, 2015 | See all PhlyQ's reviews »
Call of Juarez, i have hated this series up until this game, don't get me wrong the Call of Juarez games have always had potential but it was always missing something. Gunslinger doesn't tote the same budget, publicity and length as the games that came before, but damn is it fun as hell. The story follows a veteran bounty hunter Silas Greaves who shares his adventures to patrons at a bar. Most of the action takes place via flashbacks and while the game is quite linear the fast pace of the game more then makes up for it. The game took me 5 hours to finish and while it was short, i think the length worked well for the game and if the game dragged on for much longer it would have gotten very dry and boring. This game is really fun and worth playing even if you didn't like previous Call of Juarez games.
Dual wielding Revolvers has never been more fun !akassassinn1 | Nov. 25, 2014 | See all akassassinn1's reviews »
This wild west adventure is the 3rd installment in the series and it's not aiming high but it's surely aiming at the right target. the story of the game is told by an old fella who walks into a saloon in exchange for free drinks ,a way of story telling that is used by many games and movies, the cool thing about it is that when your playing through the game and he doesn't remember a specific detail he might change some minor stuff in the game during gameplay , or go back and change how something went down , and you may have to play through the same sequence more than once until Sylas remembers what exactly happened. the gameplay is awesome , the controls feel responsive , the guns are varied and what you'd expect by these old pieces, they have a great feedback , head hunting is fun and the blood splatters all around from your victims in a nice gory fashion, you have the basic arsenal of shotguns dual wielding pistols and rifles to support all gameplay styles, ad you have Dynamite and gatling guns at your disposal as well . enemy AI is a bit off as they just stand there and shoot back at you like live shooting range targets, and you also have a "concentratoin" ability were when you've killed some people you fill a meter , and then activate the ability to slow time and see every target in red and evade bullets mid air. there's an upgrade system with thrree tree skills that you can move up when collecting points by making holes in your enemies . almost every chapter ends up with a good-old wild west face off that requires patience and quick reflexes. the whole campaign takes like 6 hours tops , so if you're looking for a longer game you're not gonna be pleased , but it's a decent west game with cool gunplay which we don't get nowadays .
Great game for amazing price! live the legend!lynxil | May 7, 2014 | See all lynxil's reviews »
I loved the first Call of Juarez games, I remember the day the first game came out, I just sat and played it for hours until I finished it, It was amazing! I just loved the western feel, and I also loved the second one :) but... after the cartel... I was afraid they lost it, until I saw this game! and I knew they're back!
Story The story is about this old bounty hunter named Silas Greaves, it all begins when Silas enters a Saloon and starts telling his story... Silas's story is how he met\dueled\killed real outlaws from the Wild West, outlaws like Billy The Kid, Jesse James and more... all in the sake of revenge...
Graphics I loved the graphics, it's not BF4 or Metro, it's more like Borderlands 2, they tried to make it like a cartoon, since the whole game is being told by Silas, The cut scenes are like comic book pages, anyways, the game got really sweet graphics, for me, it worked!
Gameplay Gunslinger is a FPS with touches of RPG, set in the Wild West, so you know what you'll get... and they deliver it! The game is packed with gun fights, where you run in the old wild west towns, deserts, moving trains, mountains, mines and more, the RPG part is that you have 3 trees that you can choose from, Desperado, Trapper and Ranger, The Desperado class focuses on two revolvers, Ranger uses his Lever-Action rifle and the trapper uses Shotgun and dynamites, each level you get a point you can spend to each class, after 6 skill points invested in each class you get a legendary weapon, which is just a better revolver\shotgun\rifle each chapter you face a boss which is an historical figure as i said above, for instance, in the first mission you face off Pat Garret, when you face those bosses, you enter a duel, which is pretty cool too, they've made it really nice! they also have a bullet-time effect, where you gain concentration after killing your enemies just like the old Call Of Juarez games. Ok, so I'll just summarize this, the gameplay is just great! i mean, the shootouts are great, it's full of action, and if you love the wild west like i do, this is the game for you!
Conclusion I hope they'll make more like this! The game is just amazing, well made, bug-free, full of action and fun, they deliver the atmosphere of the wild west, from the narration to the scenery and to the guns and foes. the game is pretty short actually, about 10 chapters, and it took me about 7 hours to finish it, but hey, it's 15$ so for that price is a steal imo, there is also an arcade mode that you can play which has 10 levels, the arcade mode is another game that you need to make combos to reach high score and compete with friends. So, after they made the Cartel game and failed big time, they redeemed them self with this great game imo, I can't wait for them to make more games like this! and if you didn't play this one yet, but it now! and play it now!
Taken from my Steam reviews page http://steamcommunity.com/id/JustLynx/recommended/204450/ Feel free to ask questions about the game there and also, check out the in-game screenshots
Arcadey Action at its finestvipc | Jan. 20, 2014 | See all vipc's reviews »
What Call of Juarez Gunslinger inspires in me is the competitiveness of the old school arcade shooters. Gunslinger offers three modes; story mode and arcade mode and duel mode. Duel mode is mostly forgettable with a minigame style showdown.
It is the arcade mode and story mode that is the standout of the game. For me, Arcade mode alone makes this game worth it. The game is semi-fast paced point-based first person shooter. In arcade mode, shooting enemies yields points. Shooting enemies in the head, yields more points. Shooting enemies in succession yields multipliers, which yields even more points. Points galore! Yes, the arcade mode is about getting the highest score possible and this really makes the game competitive especially for those perfectionists and competitive gamers.
The story mode is an added benefit. The story itself is surprisingly good, offering a unique storytelling style. Without spoiling it, it will definitely keep you entertained and even a few chuckles along the way.
If I had a minor complaint, it would be that the arcade mode stages are all based on the stages from the Story mode. It would've been nice to have a larger variety of stages not already seen from the story mode. But this is a minor complaint, and doesn't detract from the fact that this game is such a solid shooter.
The game's gimmick is also a bullet time style power that slows everyone down. Nothing innovative in this aspect, but the gunplay makes this game highly satisfying to play. For the low price point, you will certainly get your money's worth for it.
A very pleasant supriseGeorgeStorm | Jan. 20, 2014 | See all GeorgeStorm's reviews »
I was slightly worried after watching a quick video of some gameplay, and knowing that it wasn't based on the characters I liked from the first two games, but I picked it up at the same time as Bound in Blood regardless, and I'm very happy I did!
First off the graphics/art style is fantastic in my opinion, almost looking cell shaded at times it has nice vibrant colours with a decent number of locations (considering it's a western and so is somewhat limited), the voice acting throughout is pretty decent, with the main narrator being the 'star' of the show through one of the game's 'funnest' mechanics.
The narrator is Sylus Greaves, a renowned bounty hunter retelling his various exploits to a group in a bar, and as he's telling the stories from memory, every now and again he would forget something, or double back on himself, and so the level changes as he does so, with cowboys being replaced with Indians, and sudden exits appearing from what looked like a dead end. It's a fun mechanic allowing the writers to play around with scenarios in ways they might not be able to in a western whilst trying to keep it relatively realistic, and doesn't feel cheap.
If you liked the previous games I'd highly recommend this one, the duel system has had a bit of an update, making them slightly more challenging (I personally struggle with them now), and the updated weapon/skill system expands on the previous iterations meaning this is well worth your time and money :)