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Call of Juarez: Gunslinger is a linear first-person shooter set in the world of the Wild West, where bullets flying right past your ear were a common day reality. 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. PC Game Fix Crack for Call of Juarez: The. Typing software free download full version windows 8 what are cryptogram plants trivia crack facebook call of juarez gunslinger crack fix tpb bubbles. All the call of world at war cheats you need.
Call of Juarez: Gunslinger is a joy to play
Recently got this game, played on a PC. I know its a last gen (almost last-to-last gen) title and has the usual linear FPS tropes but they work really well here. I finished it yesterday and it was so much fun. For people that maybe unfamiliar, its an arcade FPS (think Borderlands) with a wild west setting and an art style to match. It opts for a narrated gameplay with major storytelling in-between episodes/chapters.
The gunplay is really fun, it is a first person shooter, but there are no automatic weapons, for most of the game you're limited to a revolver, a rifle, or a shotgun, with the option to dual wield revolvers/sawn-offs. You'd think this would get boring, however the game has a skill tree which can vastly alter the way you play. You can be a marksman, busting heads and slinging dynamite, you can be a gunslinger, firing away bullets like there no tomorrow. Personally I went for marksman-like abilities as coming from CSGO, I really enjoy dealing headshots to multiple enemies. This helps with the "concentration" mechanic which is essentially bullet-time. It also has a "last breadth" mechanic that slows down time on a shot that would've killed you and allows you to dodge it.
The gameplay variety means the game has quite a lot of of replay value, there's even a new game plus mode! I played on the second highest difficulty and took about 5 hours to finish it. The only major thing I didn't enjoy too much was the "dueling" system wherein you get locked into a 3rd person cam and have to gun down an enemy in a 1-v-1 by controlling your focus and hands on your revolver. You wait until you see the opponents' hand twitch and react as fast as you can (or you can go for the kill early but the kill will be counted as dishonorable and you will be considered a coward). Its sounds decent on paper, maybe its because I struggled with it in the beginning quite a bit, but I think it was really cluncky system. It took until mid-game till I was able to win the duels on first try.
The story style and tone is enjoyable, it's a version of the West which is just a backdrop for famous outlaws and gunslingers to meet up regularly for gunfights like they were sports stars, and the game does this quite well. The unreliable narrator was one of the most interesting parts of the game for me. The exaggerated stories of a boastful old man are the perfect way to justify a typical action game plot where he guns down hundreds of people, Even better, elements of the scenery, items and enemies can suddenly appear or disappear from the game according to what the narrator is saying, or whole sections can be revealed as something he chose not to do after all. It's not directly a simulation of reality like other games, but a visualization of the narrator's story. I'd love to see this taken further, it's a very elegant way of controlling what the player can do, and of adding variety and keeping the pace of the game high without needing to laboriously justify everything being there. I also think that the ending was handled well.
It has these "nuggets of truth" collectibles that grant extra XP for you to level up your abilities and these do well to add to the lore while being a good reason for you to stray off the beaten path to find them. This makes the game which is a standard linear shooter feel more open to exploration.
Finally, I recommend this to anyone who enjoys linear shooters for the gunplay alone. It has some cool scripted moments and decent story. Perfect for a weekend afternoon.
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