Call Of Juarez Gunslinger - Full PC Game Torrent Download
Call Of Juarez Gunslinger - Full PC Game Torrent Download
Well, it's been a long and winding road sunny gyms but finally, we come to the last game in the Call of Juarez series Call of Juarez gunslinger again developed by Techland and released in 2013 for the PlayStation 3 Xbox 360 and Microsoft Windows after the abomination that was the cartel gunslinger returns to its Western roots putting you into the shoes of bounty hunter Silas Greaves his name Silas Greaves first thing you'll probably notice is how the art style looks like the developers spent way too long watching Quentin Tarantino films and playing borderlands with similar character intros,
And an almost comic book aesthetic in the cinematics and visuals this game is basically what blood dragon did to Far Cry 3 if that makes sense and it's a whole heap of fun probably the single best thing about gunslinger is that it's really the only game in the whole series that doesn't take itself so seriously the entire campaign is all about Silas as he regales a bunch of patrons at the saloon with anecdotes from his days as a bounty hunter and the chapters would you go into the action is the narration of Silas and the other side characters often continues on top of the gameplay at times people will kind of repute something Silas says and then the gameplay might stop entirely or even rewind and play out the same event from a different perspective did I say there were Apaches I said Clanton's Cowboys attacked me Apaches stand at points the elements in the environment can even be modified in real-time to reflect the sudden correction that Silas might be making with his narration then the more the game goes on the other characters listening to Silas even start to get bored in question almost every facet of his stories as well it gives the series a much-needed breath of fresh air but it also makes the whole thing more enjoyable and the way Silas gets irritated by constantly being questioned makes him seem more appealing as a character and less one-dimensional all of the characters you're interact with throughout the chapters are also based off historical figures like Billy the Kid Johnny Ringo and Butch Cassidy,
And it's got this real tongue-in-cheek but enjoyable tone to the whole thing where you'll see a lot of historical events from the viewpoint of Silas who offers up contradictory facts as to how a lot of these people actually met their ends on that very same day Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid decided to leave the Wild Bunch behind what also helps the presentation is the music and visuals now compared to the last game gunslinger looks pretty damn good with lots of neat visual effects and clever use of slowing down and stopping time it runs on the chrome engine 5 which has always been a pretty solid engine in terms of the performance and I can't imagine it would really bring most people's PCs to a crawl when I run the game on multiple setups and had a rock steady framerate almost every single time I recruit engineers batches killers the cinematics have a really appealing art style in the amount of detail in the environments is also great as well with awesome looking weather effects and cartoonish violence it's just a great looking game the music's also hands-down the best it's been in the entire series from the main menu music all the way through to the heart thumping tunes when you're gunning down waves of outlaws with your six shooters it's awesome stuff outside of the presentation though it's really just a fairly standard first-person shooter you'll be using shotguns rifles and revolvers all of which handle as you'd kind of expect in shotguns being useful at close range rifles at long range and revolvers kind of sitting in the middle revolvers can be dual wielded and all the weapon types offer up better accuracy less recoil and all that kind of shit get your hands on the better guns you'll need to unlock them through the skill trees of which there are free and they all kind of feed into using each weapon type the main core of the shooting is the concentration mode something we've seen since the first game in the series and has always been some kind of iteration with it in every game since in gunslinger ,
It functions like a bullet time mode where everything comes to a crawl and you've got a set amount of time to score a bunch of kills with higher points awarded for higher combos faster kills equals faster XP which then feed back into the skill tree system so killing someone by just shooting them in the torso Nets you a measly 50 XP where shooting them in the head I think gives you about 150 then there's other factors as well like how far away they are when you kill them and if you're shooting them through cover all of which add up now this actually reminded me a lot of bullets storm or all these XP markers are frequently popping up on the screen as you're making a bunch of kills the death sight quite as inventive here that was there weren't bullet storm and I think about the most creative way you can kill someone is by shooting a stick of dynamite they've thrown at you in leveling up comes hard and fast and by about the halfway mark you should have some pretty good skills upgraded and can pretty much tear through most chapters pretty easily building up your combo meter and racking in a bunch of kills really quickly is satisfying as all Helden you do feel like a bit of a badass as you just blow away every single asshole that you can line up in your crosshair the other aspect to the shooting is the dual system now again this is something that's been used a bit in the prior games at least the first game and bounded blood anyway I'll be honest I've never been too fond of a dual system in this game because it can be a bit hard to get used to and they don't really ease you into it that much you just kind of thrown into it with little help thankfully you only have to do what I think maybe half a dozen times at most and only the last couple are genuinely hard anyway is you've got to avoid two enemies at once you're also given the option to go for a dishonorable or honorable kill as well with the idea being that if you wait for your enemy to draw their weapon,
it's more honourable than gunning them down first which doesn't really make that much sense I mean someone's got to draw their gun first at some point right overall the shooting is pretty standard regenerating health with hits gaining enemies kind fare but the tone and the way the shooting feels makes it more enjoyable to play and the super fast rate that Silas recovers his health keeps you always moving on them on that note gunslinger is a pretty short game at least the main campaign is anyway it could probably be finishing around three or four hours but a guarantee that when you finish you're hardly going to just throw the game away and forget about it there's a new game plus mode on offer which is a hell of a lot of fun and you can also go back and find out the collectibles you missed and also try at the arcade mode which is pretty much just the campaign chapters with the leaderboard system for people who actually give a fuck about those kind of things in regards the campaign itself I can't really think of any huge glaring faults at least nothing that made me want to throw my monitor out the window anyway Techland may have had a bit of a bumpy ride with this series but they've definitely ended things on a high note and I think when push comes to shove I'd even say this is my favorite game in the series the amount of charm and character the stylish visuals and violent gameplay just kind of reels you in and playing for the first time is such a unique and enjoyable experience looking back on the series the only game I'd say you could probably skip is the cartel which let's face it as a pretty justified statement considering it doesn't even really feel like a Western game right up until near the end you're probably wondering would I recommend the series on the whole well that's a good question sonny jim western games aren't really a dime a dozen and good western games are even more of a rarity but i'd say that all three games tick the boxes in terms of the features you'd want to see in a western game and despite some issues with some of the earlier games they're still entertaining and fun to play which i think is all that really matters at the end of the day you get to walk around locations that look like something from frontier land and shoot all manner of scumbags with a six-shooter and it's kind of hard to see fault in that just on basis alone if you're going to play them just expect it to be a bit of a bumpy road hmm.