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Call Of Juarez: The Cartel - Playstation 3

by Ubisoft
Mature
3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews) 45 / 100

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Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Rich, mature storyline.
  • Three player online cooperative mode - play the entire campaign with each of the three characters, each with his/her own unique story.
  • Huge selection of weapons including pistols, machine guns, sniper rifles, anti-air weapons and more.
  • Wide variety of maps and missions including punitive raids, witness protection, undercover missions, shootings in a crowd, car chases and more.
  • Addictive multiplayer including an exclusive new mode in addition to classic modes such as Team Death Match.

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Product Details

Platform: PlayStation 3
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003O6E6EI
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 5.3 x 0.6 inches ; 5.3 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: July 19, 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,112 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

Platform: PlayStation 3

Product Description

Call of Juarez The Cartel is the third installment of the Western action shooter Call of Juarez franchise. When a Mexican drug cartel bombs a U.S. law enforcement agency, the U.S. government puts together a special task force to bring them down. Play as Ben McCall, a brutal LAPD cop and descendent of Ray McCall, or Eddie Guerra, a DEA agent with a chronic-gambling habit, or gang-affiliated street kid turned FBI agent, Kim Evans. Each character has their own unique story. As you fight to dismantle the Cartel and unfurl 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 in a world where the ends justify the means.

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Call of Juarez: The Cartel is the third installment of the Western action shooter video game franchise, Call of Juarez. Call of Juarez: The Cartel includes the same attributes of a great Western shooter, upgraded to reflect modern times. For instance, instead of outlaws and brothels, you'll find cartel kingpins and strip clubs. But make no mistake, the spirit of the Wild West is still very much alive. You'll experience the lawlessness of the old country as you fight to take down a powerful drug cartel in a world where every man is out for himself.

Experience a Gripping, Cinematic Story

When a Mexican drug cartel bombs a U.S. law enforcement agency, the U.S. government puts together a special task force to hunt them down. Play as Ben McCall, a brutal LAPD cop and descendent of Ray McCall, or Eddie Guerra, a DEA agent with a chronic-gambling habit, or gang-affiliated street kid turned FBI agent, Kim Evans. As you dig into the mystery of the bombing and fight to dismantle the cartel, you'll embark on a blood-soaked road trip through California, Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, and, ultimately, Juarez, Mexico.

Key Features
  • Play the entire campaign with two friends in the three-player online 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, shootings in a crowd, car chases and more
  • Addictive multiplayer modes
Characters
Ben McCall Ben McCall
Agency: Los Angeles Police Department
Age: 57
Gender: Male
Weapons of Choice: Revolvers, pistols, heavy machine guns

A 30-year veteran. Two-time winner of the Medal of Valor. One serious badass. Ben McCall is a tough, hard-nosed detective who isn't intimated by anyone. He has a score to settle against the Mendoza Cartel and wouldn't mind an opportunity to exact some sweet revenge. McCall often has good intentions of upholding the law… but doesn't mind crossing a moral boundary or two in the name of justice.

Eddie Guerra Eddie Guerra
Agency: Drug Enforcement Administration
Age: 37
Gender: Male
Weapons of Choice: Submachine guns, rifles, shotguns

After growing up on the streets of East LA and serving his country in Iraq, Eddie Guerra has established himself as one of the top DEA agents in the country. A smooth talker, ladies' man, and renowned gambler, Guerra is a risk taker in all aspects of his life. He has no qualms about taking out bad guys and lives by the motto "the ends justify the means".

Kim Evans Kim Evans
Agency: Federal Bureau of Investigation
Age: 25
Gender: Female
Weapons of Choice: Sniper rifles, rifles

Kim Evans is no stranger to violence after growing up in the ghettos of South Central LA and experiencing the gang-related deaths of her two older brothers. She worked her way out of poverty, first earning a full-ride scholarship to college and then landing a coveted spot in a new training program with the FBI. She is an intelligent, street-savvy agent who knows how to get the job done. Ruthless with a rifle, she demands respect from her partners and will stop at nothing to bring the Cartel leaders to their knees.


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37 of 42 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Cliche and low grade July 21, 2011
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
I'm not going to waste my time with a long review. I just want to warn you not to waste your money on this boring, cliche, low grade game.
-Graphics: For a brand new game I expect up to date graphics and rendering. This game has chunky graphics and background and the lighting is terrible. They seem to of spent all of their development funds on rendering strippers and hookers. That's cool, boobs are great, but that's the only thing moderately entertaining about this game..
-Gameplay: I got bored with this game in about 10min. Terrible over-the-top voice acting "chingale ese, vato, homes!". Weapons are horribly rendered and this game is a shooting game, have no doubt. When you arn't just emptying your mag in the direction of bad guy the in between scenes involve just chasing a white dot waypoint. When you aim down your sight your target is obscured to the point that you can't see him unless he's right in front of you. It pretty much just came down to running up to the bad guy and empty a mag, they die, you're fine. Leveling up is dependant on your ability to thieve things without your partners seeing. That proved problematic as you pretty much have to be in a firefight to pull it off otherwise one of them will spawn next to you and catch you red handed. I just killed 20 bad guys for no experience, but I can't pickup a critical item to level up because I keep getting caught.
-Verdict: If you want to waste you money like I did, help yourself. This game is like a pimped out used car that falls apart as soon as it's driven off the lot.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars second opinion March 9, 2012
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
clearly, most reviewers of COJ: The Cartel think its a total stinker; it ain't great, that's for sure. However, I'd like to offer a couple of objective thoughts on the game that are slightly to the contrary.

It's not worth $40, not worth half that...but for what you can pick it up for now, its probably a justifiable purchase. It's a cliche' FPS in almost every sense, but it doesnt do FPS poorly, it just doesnt compare to the amazing line up of perfected FPS's on the market today like COD, Battlefield, etc. I played through as the DEA agent, but I like that (like Bound in Blood), you have the option to play through as another of the three characters, seeing the storyline from a different perspective, with different goals and motives. Big gripe about this: inability to go back to chapters to replay, securing more secret bonus items and trying out different courses of action (including the ending). Simply put, I'm not gonna play through the entire thing again, as the same character, to see the alternate end, but I wouldve played the last level.

Graphically,, it looks like early-PS3 caliber, choppy, but not horrid. In-car mechanics are bad, but one might say realistic when driving a Suburban in a high speed situation. Gun play is ok, not ground breaking, but its always satisfying to dual-wield Uzis, is it not? Music is good, a couple of solid Southern-Cali East LA rap tunes. Dialogue is a combination of dark and pulpy to insanely annoying, especially the other NPCs reactions to your actions. You'll hear the same quips over, and over, and over....

I'm not going to try to change anyone's mind about the game, but if you generally liked Bound in Blood, and enjoy a bad-cop story, dropping $15 for a new copy of this isnt a bad investment (half that used). If I'd have bought it at full retail, I'd probably been mad as well.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Incredible Graphics But Generic Character Players November 24, 2011
Platform for Display:PlayStation 3|Verified Purchase
Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
While I was amazed at how great the effects and animation of the games were it was toned down by the poor generic concept of the three playable characters in the game too. You had the standard old time veteran who seeks vengeance against the cartel for the death of someone dear to him, the cocky young agent who while a charismatic playboy hides a dark secret that could destroy the life he's built and would do anything to keep it a secret, finally we have the young tough female federal agent wants to show her superiors as well as her team that she can be as tough as any man no matter what anyone says. The story itself is pretty generic as well the same thing we've seen in games like Rainbow Six to Modern Warfare. The levels and assignments are entertaining though and again the graphics and areas are very good making playing through the levels still enjoyable. The controls are also very easy to use if you've played previous games like BattleField or Call Of Duty games so if you have these controls shouldn't bother you so much, the A.I. is also pretty decent for the most part but there are some areas where it's a joke. Like onetime I'm taking cover trying to take out some enemies when all of a sudden they stop and start walking left to right(Seriously) at first I thought something big was coming like a tank or helicopter or something, but after taking care of all the enemies I move on to the next area which shocked me. Still for what the price of the game is going for and the overall enjoyment of the game I still say it's worth a look for FPS players though the storyline might leave you a little irritated...

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