Embarquez dans un road trip sanglant de Los Angeles à Juarez. Bienvenue dans le nouveau farwest.
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Date de parution: 13 sept 2011
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Acheter Call of Juarez: The Cartel

 

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Bienvenue dans le Far West moderne.
Ce FPS vous emmènera dans le Far West d'aujourd'hui, un monde sans foi ni loi. Embarquez pour un road-trip sanglant de Los Angeles jusqu'à Juarez au Mexique. Plongez dans une aventure au réalisme cru avec des personnages complexes et une grande variété d'options dans le jeu.
Traquez le cartel de Mendoza dans un monde anarchique, un Far West moderne, où la fin justifie les moyens. Dans votre traque du boss du Cartel, vous embarquerez dans un road-trip épique qui vous conduira d'un laboratoire de meth situé dans la Sequoia national forest jusqu'au quartier général du Cartel à Ciudad Juarez. Plus de 10 environnements distincts comprenant les taudis de LA, des quais glauques, une fête bling-bling sur un yacht, les déserts d'Arizona et du Nouveau-Mexique, un enterrement mexicain, etc...

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*NOUVEAU* CO-OPETITION

Faites équipe avec 2 amis pour atteindre des objectifs communs tout en travaillant, derrière leur dos, à votre propre agenda secret. Jouez aux 20 missions de la campagne en mode solo ou avec plusieurs amis (jusque 3). Triplez votre plaisir : 3 personnages, 3 histoires, 3 fins différentes.
UNE EXPÉRIENCE MULTIJOUEUR INTENSE

Jouez contre d'autres joueurs, jusque 6 contre 6, dans des matchs à mort en équipe et Flics contre Gangsters. Votre personnage évoluera tout au long du jeu, débloquant armes et équipements.
UN SCENARIO RICHE COMBINÉ À UNE VARIÉTÉ DE GAMEPLAY

Une histoire pertinente centrée sur les personnages qui se déroule différemment selon le personnage que vous incarnez. Une jouabilité variée : raids punitifs, protection des témoins, interrogatoires musclés, missions en sous-marin, fusillade en pleine rue, courses-poursuites, etc... Choisissez parmi 30 armes à votre disposition, y compris pistolets, revolvers, mitrailleuses lourdes et légères, fusils d'assaut, fusils à pompe, fusil de tireur d'élite, armes anti-aériennes, etc...

Configuration requise

    • Système d'exploitation : Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Processeur : Intel Core 2 Duo 2 GHz, AMD Athlon 64 X2 2 GHz (Intel Core 2 Duo 3 GHz, AMD Athlon 64 X2 3 GHz ou meilleur recommandé)
    • Mémoire vive : 1 Go pour Windows XP, 2 Go pour Windows Vista/7 (2 Go pour Windows XP, 3 Go pour Windows Vista/7 recommandés)
    • Carte graphique : Compatible DirectX 9.0c - Nvidia 8800GT / ATI 3850 (Nvidia GTX 260 / ATI 4870 ou meilleure recommandée)
    • DirectX® : 9.0c
    • Disque dur : 8 Go
    • Son : Compatible DX 9.0c
    • Multijoueur : 512 ko/s (haut débit)
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29 personne(s) sur 45 (64%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
6.1 heures en tout
No Bugs,Glitches,Lag, This game for me runs 100 percent perfect

Ever think of going into high speed chase to chase someone and shoot and see explosions?

Wanna Take the life of three people Part of the police,Fbi,Dpa and Go kill some gangsters

Maybe a game not related to cowboys But Still Cool game/.
Posté le : 7 mai
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13 personne(s) sur 16 (81%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
6.3 heures en tout
I don't get all the hate and bad reputation this poor game has earned.

Sure, it isn't a Call of Juarez like the two before, or.. a Call of Juarez at all, as the only things in common are a guy called McCall, a trip to Juarez in a couple of stages, and the bullet-time which isn't as good as in the previous titles.

It wasn't ported perfectly on PC, that's true. You almost can't set up the graphics at all, there's a motion blur and a depth blur that can be annoying, but you'll get used to them pretty soon.
But for the rest? It's a simple action fps like tons of others, with badass characters "maxpayneing" their way against an army of bad dudes, a lot of gunfightings, explosions, car pursuits, a story that's maybe a bit confusing but overall good, great voice acting, the same easy controls as every fps...

It may not be the most original fps of all times, it's very linear and doesn't allow you to explore anything, but.. who cares? It's fast paced, funny and entertaining for all its length, and never bored me.

Give it a chance
Posté le : 18 mai
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4 personne(s) sur 5 (80%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
10.6 heures en tout
Let's be straight. Call of Juarez: The Cartel is not really a good game. It take the wild west setting of the previous installments and brings them to the modern day. The game is buggy, it's incredibly linear, the gunplay is mediocre, the enemies are on the bullet sponge side and the AI is nonexistent as your partners are absolutely worthless at times. That said, I had an absolute blast playing CoJ: The Cartel. It is the video game equivalent of playing a B-Movie, and I love B-Movies. You see all the "twists & turns" in the story a mile away in a cliche ridden script filled with stereotypes and eye rolling dialogue, But like a trainwreck I just couldn't take my eyes off of it. You play one of the individuals from different agencies (FBI, DEA & LAPD) put in a task agency meant to take down the Mendoza Cartel who is responsible for drugs, gun running, human trafficking, domestic terrorism blah blah blah and then off you go. I really liked the level variety. You from the Sequioa National Forest to the Streets of L.A. to Arizona and finally to Juarez, Mexico. All very nicely realized. Gameplay wise, you don't have much to do other than going from point A to point B while killing lots of dirtbags along the way. Sometimes you'll get a side mission but those pretty much consist of finding an item on the level somewhere. One escort mission where you are being chased through the streets of LA and up the freeway deserves special mention. An absolute blast. I also felt the voice acting was excellent. Like I said, CoJ: The Cartel is not really a good game but I enjoyed the hell out of it. If you're looking for political correctness, mind blowing set pieces & a leap forward into the FPS genre look elsewhere. But if the positives I've mentioned are up your alley, well here you go. 7/10 from me.
Posté le : 28 juillet
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2 personne(s) sur 2 (100%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
9.5 heures en tout
This game is not as bad as everyone says it is. But it is one of the worst sequels of all time.

I love the Call of Juarez franchise: the first one was good, "Bound in Blood" was great and "Gunslinger" is a fantastic FPS. But where does "The Cartel" stand?

The story starts in a very mediocre way, following a police officer, a DEA officer and a FBI agent as they try to bring down the Mexican Cartel's operations in Los Angeles. The first levels are as dull as they can get, but as time goes on, there are multiple scenarios that are quite engaging: car chases through cities, shootouts in rainy docks...
The only link to the other CoJ games are the police officer (a relative of Ray McCall) and some levels set in Juarez.

The gameplay is really mediocre: the guns are recoil-less and they feel all the same. There isn't the dynamic cover like in "Bound In Blood", and the special ability is your typical bullet-time. The three characters are identical, if not for tiny little differences (again, unlike "Bound In Blood"): McCall has more accuracy with pistols, DEA with shotguns, FBI with rifles.

The graphics are okay, but the worst parts are the FOV that can't be changed and the Depth of Field that works like ♥♥♥ (and can't be turned off). The Graphic Options are ♥♥♥♥ poor (unlike "Bound in Blood" xD), but you will get used to these issues after a while (2 hours max).

Overall, this game is a really bad sequel, and definitely worse compared to "Bound In Blood". However, the action setpieces, great voice acting and longevity.

Story: 7
Graphics: 5
Gameplay: 7
Challenge: 6
Sound: 8
Replayability: 7

ENJOYMENT: 7
FRUSTRATION: 4
Posté le : 21 octobre
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4 personne(s) sur 6 (67%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
8.0 heures en tout
An extremely mediocre offering and I write this as a RABID Call of Juarez and all things western fan. I went into this looking for even a schlocky B-movie sort of good time after purchasing it on sale and I had to muster a LOT of courage to make it through to the end. Disappointing gunplay, terrible driving segments, paper thin characters and plotting, only play it if you're desperate for a gritty crime shooter and you've literally played everything else on your backlog. A huge disappointment. The series was thankfully put back on track with Gunslinger and I expect great things from Techland regarding the future of the franchise. But this one?

Keep clear.
Posté le : 15 août
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67 personne(s) sur 98 (68%) ont trouvé cette évaluation utile
0.5 heures en tout
Let me start by saying I really do enjoy this game, it really isn't as bad as the reviews say. However, I completely and fully say do not bother with it on Steam. The uPlay is absolutely awful, and the game refuses to play on every computer I have tested it on (and I am FAR above even the recommended settings.) After attempting to start new game, the game crashes and you are taunted with a "Thank you for playing Call of Juarez: The Cartel" window from ubisoft. ♥♥♥♥ those guys, and ♥♥♥♥ this game on steam.

Oh, and ♥♥♥♥ the censorship here, you can eat a ♥♥♥♥, censorship you punk ♥♥♥ ♥♥♥♥a
Posté le : 29 janvier
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