Call Of Juarez: The Cartel didn't get the strongest critical reception, but it definitely had some cool ideas
Sadly the execution just wasn't quite up to snuff. But that's not stopping Ubisoft mulling over a sequel. According to The Gaming Liberty, players that synced The Cartel with their Uplay accounts have been sent a survey, asked to discuss the game's strengths and weaknesses. While the site..
To be fair -- not much else launched in the UK last week to challenge Zumba Fitness' unbeatable reign
There was movement elsewhere however. Cars 2 climbed into second, while Call Of Juarez: The Cartel sticked to the top three. Elsewhere there's really not much else to say: regular favourites DiRT 3, FIFA 11 and Call Of Duty: Black Ops all charted. Someone topple Zumba Fitness, please. Zumba..
It's the summer -- the time of the year when you can pretty much guarantee a success just by putting out a game
The drought is really starting to hit hard, so it's no surprise to see Ubisoft and Techland's distinctly average Call Of Juarez: The Cartel debut in second on this week's UK sales charts. Honestly, as far as summer games go — The Cartel is a fine pick. The game might not be gunning for..
Ubisoft's released a trailer detailing the multiplayer modes in Call Of Juarez: The Cartel
There's a good mix of objectives based modes on offer, the most interesting of which being Robbery Crew, in which you have to plunder several suitcases of cash from a heavily defended bank. The multiplayer in Call Of Juarez: Bound In Blood was really good, so we have high hopes for The Cartel. We're still not..
We've been pretty down on Call Of Juarez: The Cartel since its announcement, but "co-opetition" is the first genuinely exciting thing we've seen of the game
The premise is simple: you'll play in teams working together towards a common goal, but also in competition too. For example, the trailer shows how a goal might challenge each member of the team to score five headshots first, or steal another..
We loved the last Call Of Juarez game, but this new modern day setting isn't hooking us
Clubs, gangsters and cars in a cowboy franchise seem a bit — odd. Granted, we're probably not giving Call Of Juarez: The Cartel the fairest of shakes because we enjoyed the previous title so much. And at the very least this is a unique setting for a first-person shooter. Still, we need to see more before we're..
Still not doing it for us. We loved Call Of Juarez: Bound In Blood because of the wild west setting. But we just can't imagine Call Of Juarez: The Cartel capturing the same tone in modern times. This trailer tries really hard, but it raises one simple question: if you're trying so hard to be like the wild west, why not just be the wild west?
We loved 2009's Call Of Juarez: Bound In Blood so much that we pitched it as being "to the wild-west what Call Of Duty 4 was to modern warfare"
So when we saw the words Call Of Juarez: The Cartel popping up on gaming websites across the 'net this afternoon, we jumped into our inbox with a tangible sense of optimism. Sure enough, we had a press release from our buddies at Ubisoft, and we hopped in..