Play.com have matched last week's breakthrough £4.99 PC price for Call Of Juarez: The Cartel for PS3 and Xbox 360, making them the cheapest gun in the west. The Cartel attempted to shoehorn Call Of Juarez's gritty Western vibe into a modern day setting along with an intriguing 'every man for himself' cooperative element, but there wasn't quite enough room to cram everything in. I'd elaborate, but Tom's 6/10 review will tell you everything you need to know about Ubisoft's solid but uninspired shooter.
The Cartel attempted to shoehorn Call Of Juarez's gritty Western vibe into a modern day setting along with an intriguing 'every man for himself' cooperative element, but there wasn't quite enough room to cram everything in. I'd elaborate, but Tom's 6/10 review will tell you everything you need to know about Ubisoft's solid but uninspired shooter. Play.com has the best price on the market at the moment, touting a £5 saving compared to The Hut.
Call Of Juarez: The Cartel had so much potential, but sadly it feels a little bit dated and leaves you with an overwhelming sense of disappointment. The multiplayer's not bad though, there are plenty of secrets to search for, and the Western soundtrack's easy on the ears too. Zavvi are parting with PC copies of the game for £9.95, which'll make you a saving of £5 on the next best offer coming in from The Hut.
Once again the price for the latest instalment in the Call of Juarez series has fallen, with Xbox 360 owners getting a better deal this time round. The offer from Bee will ensure you save yourself just under £2 over the next cheapest price from Simply Games, but even with the reduction, is it worth the purchase? The Cartel feels like a rushed title, and the campaign is repetitive in design, but the multiplayer modes are worth a look at the very least. Still unsure? Check out Tom’s review for the details. Thanks to goonertillidie @ HUKD!
Call of Juarez fans might be irked by Techland's decision to jump the series forward in times to the contemporary age, but The Cartel's current price is so reasonable it almost makes amends. For just £13.99 you can nab the bloody shooter off Amazon, which saves you almost three quid on the next best offer. Tom's review should fill you in on the game's quality, although be prepared the overall judgement is that The Cartel is a decidedly average shooter.
If, like me, you were disappointed by Call Of Juarez: The Cartel, then why not pick up the second instalment of the series and go on a romp around the wild west! You'll get to choose who you play as Ray, or Thomas McCall, before you're thrown into a world of shootouts, bar brawls, ambushes, and duels at high noon. You can get hold of a PC copy of the game over at Steam for £2.49, which is £2.50 cheaper than the next best offer coming in from Game, but you'll need to be quick because the deal expires at 6 0'clock this evening. Thanks to [email protected].
It has only been a few weeks since its release, and the price has come crashing down thanks to a deal from Play. While this most likely signals that the price will fall even further, if you really want to get your hands on the gun-slinging title both PS3 and Xbox 360 owners can get it for almost £7 cheaper than the next best offer at Simply Games. Is it worth the purchase though? It feels like a rushed title, and the campaign is repetitive in design, but the multiplayer modes are worth a look at the very least. Still unsure? Check out Tom’s review for the details. Thanks to jok13 @ HUKD!
In this instalment of The Call Of Juarez series you'll be blasting your way through a modern day setting as you battle The Cartel in a special interagency task force. The game's ok, but it's not great, so if you've got a bit of spare time to fill and some cash lying around, then you might want to check it out. Simply Games are currently selling Xbox 360 copies of the game for £24.85, which'll save you over £4 on the next best offer coming in from Cool Shop UK.
This instalment of the Call Of Juarez series moves out of the Old West into modern day Mexico, and you'll be tasked with taking on The Cartel, which you can do with your AI controlled team mates, or you can hop online with your friends for a bit of co-op. There are plenty of enemies to spray with bullets and you've also got a fair amount of health, so you're not going to die unless somebody's shooting you in the face at point blank range. The Game Collection are parting with 360 copies of the game for £19.99, which'll save you almost £8 on the next best offer, but you'll need to be quick because stock's low. Thanks to R123SS @ HUKD.
In this instalment of the Call Of Juarez series you'll be jumping out of the Old West into modern day Mexico, as you take on The Cartel by yourself, or with a couple of friends. You can grab an Xbox 360 copy of the game from GameStop for £23.97, which'll save you £5 on the next best offer coming in from Cool Shop UK. The PS3 version's also £23.97 over at GameStop, so you can save yourself just over £1 on the deal that I posted earlier today. Thanks to Syzable @ HUKD.