Embárcate en un sangriento viaje desde Los Ángeles hasta Juárez mientras la ausencia de ley del viejo oeste se apodera de nuestros días. Bienvenido al nuevo salvaje oeste.
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Fecha de lanzamiento: 13 sep. 2011

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Comprar Call of Juarez: The Cartel


Acerca de este juego

Bienvenido al nuevo salvaje oeste.
Este shooter en primera persona trae la ausencia de ley del viejo oeste hasta nuestros días. Te embarcarás en un sangriento viaje desde Los Ángeles hasta Juárez, México, sumergiéndote en una oscura trama con interesantes personajes y una gran variedad de opciones de juego.
Experimenta la ausencia de ley del moderno salvaje oeste mientras das caza al cártel de Mendoza en un mundo donde el fin justifica los medios. Tu caza del jefe del cártel te llevará en un viaje épico desde un laboratorio de metanfetamina en el parque nacional Sequoia hasta el cuartel general del cártel en Ciudad Juárez y a través de más de 10 entornos diferentes que incluyen burdeles y callejones de Los Ángeles, muelles cenagosos, una fiesta en un ostentoso yate, los extensos desiertos de Arizona y Nuevo México, un funeral mexicano y mucho más.

Características principales:


Únete a otros 2 compañeros de equipo para lograr objetivos comunes mientras llevas a cabo tus planes secretos a sus espaldas. Completa el modo campaña de 20 misiones en solitario o con 3 amigos. Juega a lo triple: Juega la campaña entera con 3 personajes diferentes; cada uno con su propia historia y distinto final

Participa en partidas de 6 contra 6 jugadores en los modos Combate a Muerte por Equipos o Polis contra Gángsters. A medida que vayas jugando, tu personaje evolucionará, desbloqueando armas y equipamiento

Una relevante historia basada en los personajes que se desarrolla de forma diferente dependiendo del personaje que elijas. El juego se basa en la variedad: incursiones punitivas, protección de testigos, duros interrogatorios, misiones encubiertas, tiroteos en público, persecuciones de vehículos y mucho más. Elige entre 30 tipos de armas, incluyendo pistolas, revólveres, metralletas, ametralladoras, rifles de asalto, escopetas, rifles de francotirador, armas antiaéreas y mucho más

Requisitos del sistema

    • SO: Windows XP / Vista / 7
    • Procesador: Intel Core 2 Duo a 2 GHz, AMD Athlon 64 X2 a 2 GHz (Intel Core 2 Duo a 3 GHz, AMD Athlon 64 X2 a 3G GHz o superior recomendado)
    • Memoria: 1 GB de RAM para Windows XP, 2 GB de RAM para Windows Vista / 7 (2 GB para Windows XP, 3 GB para Windows Vista / 7 recomendado)
    • Gráficos: Compatible con DirectX 9.0c - nVidia 8800GT / ATI 3850 (nVidia GTX 260 / ATI 4870 o superior recomendado)
    • DirectX®: 9.0c
    • Disco Duro: 8 GB de espacio libre
    • Sonido: Compatible con DX 9.0c
    • Multijugador: 512 kbs (banda ancha)
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A 26 de 36 personas (72%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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15.8 h registradas
Publicado el 21 de febrero
Call of Juarez is a western-themed FPS game series released by Ubisoft. The Cartel is the "odd one out" in this series as it is the only one taking place in a modern day setting instead of the good old Wild West. Interestingly, the concept works and it makes for a good - albeit somewhat mediocre - game that fans can feel free to pick up as it becomes, after all, an important part of the franchise.

The game is best played cooperatively. For some reason the developer decided to pick not two (remember Bound In Blood?) but 3 protagonists. When playing alone they are controlled by the A.I but they are not exactly sharpshooters; however, the upside here is that you do not need to revive any of them.

They all work for a different organisation serving their country - Ben is an LAPD cop (he wears a cowboy hat and his surname indicates he is the descendant of Ray McCall from the 1st game), Kim is from the FBI and Eddie represents the DEA. They are all after The Cartel and during gameplay each of them receives a phone call asking them to complete a secondary objective. This is pretty funny as with each player you are to pick up various things and the rest cannot know about it. If noticed, you lose the opportunity. These are all illegal activities (such as stealing money) as to a certain degree all of them are dirty.

There are some driving sequences, too. One player drives while the rest do the shooting. The mechanics are similar to the one experienced in Dead Island (another Techland game series): it is pretty easy to navigate but the camera is positioned behind the dashboard so you do not exactly have the chance to change the view. There's also levelling up that unlocks newer and more powerful weapons throughout the game but it is pretty generic. Multiplayer is also available and while it does not offer anything new it is pretty entertaining.

Like I said this is the odd one out in the series but it does not mean it is a bad game. At the time (2011) the Chrome engine already looked outdated and while there is a handful of cinematics the game's story is not exactly very original. Still, The Cartel is an entertaining game and if you liked Call of Juarez you might get fond of this, too.

Just remember: beside McCall's character and the slow-mo shootouts and the available revolvers nothing really makes you remember its predecessors. Perhaps it's best to wait for a discount so as not to be disappointed very much.
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A 10 de 16 personas (63%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado el 19 de mayo
Don't buy this full priced, buy it online for a few pounds and it's worth it. It does require Uplay to run, but that's no big of a deal for me.
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A 1 de 1 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado el 31 de julio
A basic shooter with a basic story. Still enjoyable at times.
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After playing - and liking - Gunslinger, I wanted to get into more of the Call of Juarez series that I missed. The Cartel was the natural next entry to try because other than Gunslinger (2013) it was the most recent (2011).

It's awful.

I can only imagine that ads for this game claimed it was "high-octane" or contained "explosive firefights" and while there is the occasional fun moment, for the most part it is a boring, bland affair.

Despite some cool concepts and set pieces, the graphics are subpar, even given when it came out. The animations are choppy, textures low-res and flat. The skyboxes are particularly grainy, like they were JPG compressed.

The sound is even worse, with horribly repetitive dialogue delivered by some of the worst voice acting I've ever heard in a game.

The menus are especially painful because of a terrible font choice and the fact that the mouse speed there is not affected by the sensitivity setting. It crawls across the screen and turns anything you want to do in a menu into a belabored chore.

And the story is a jumbled mess of cliches.

Where a run-of-the-mill FPS normally shines when it falls flat in other areas is the gameplay. As you might expect, that's not the case here. The enemies are predictable and easy to outmaneuver even on the highest difficulty. The weapons and controls are very standard. And there are driving sections that are more frustrating and annoying than they have any right to be.

Unlike all the other games in the series this one takes place in modern times instead of the Wild West. The only thing it has in common with a Call of Juarez game is the name and a concentration mode. It's like they were trying to boost sales on a project they knew would fail by randomly attaching it to this pre-existing franchise.

So if you want to play a Call of Juarez game, you're better off with Gunslinger. If you want a better FPS from 2011, then go play Homefront.
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A 9 de 9 personas (100%) les ha sido útil este análisis
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Publicado el 20 de abril de 2014
Este juego de Call of Juarez no tiene absolutamente nada, las dos primeras partes son buenas, y la cuarta parte, Gunslinger, vuelve a los orígenes, pero esta tercera parte es bastante lamentable en todos los aspectos.
La campaña son quince capítulos con una duración de 6 horas. Podemos elegir a tres personajes, un policía, una agente del FBI y otro de la DEA. El único punto positivo, y no lo es tanto porque es online, es la campaña COOP para tres jugadores.
En cuanto a jugabilidad y gráficos, bastante justos y las texturas más de lo mismo, estamos ante un port de consola, por lo que de donde no hay no se puede sacar. Malditos peasants.
Lo dicho, si consigues el juego por 2-3€ te sirve para echar dos tardes con el, pero mejor ahórratelos y ve a por el COJ Gunslinger, que si es un verdadero Call of Juarez, y muy bueno por cierto.
Nota: 4/10
PD. El juego usa Uplay.
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