[gameinfo title=”Game Info” game_name=”Call Of Juarez: Gunslinger” developers=”Techland” publishers=”Ubisoft” platforms=”PS3/360/PC” genres=”” release_date=”May 22nd” version_played=”PS3″]
Gunslinger is the 4th entry into the Call of Juarez franchise. Returning to the Wild West and putting you in the dusty boots of bounty hunter, Silas Greaves. Recounting the stories of his life to the members of a local saloon who listen intently as Silas describes his adventures of tracking outlaws such as Jesse James, Billy the Kid, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, to name a few.
Being an “accurate” retelling of Silas life, the story plays out quite charmingly as Silas gets down to the real reason he found himself becoming a bounty hunter. Crucial details to his stories are added and removed to the game as Silas recalls them, a ladder for example will drop from the air right on cue as Silas explains “a way out miraculously appeared”. Be prepared for entire sections to rewind as Silas corrects himself to say “wait that’s not actually how it happened” this can appear as taking a guns dangerous, blazing approach over a more subtle, safer approach. Comments, corrections and questions on the game’s narrative appear frequently from the listening patrons in the saloon, offering humour and a truthful recollection of Silas story as at times his stories exaggerations are caught out.