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Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood 360

Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood



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Episode one of Scripted Gamer digs into the latest trend in Western gaming. Even Fred and Bob, our theatrical reviewers, found a happy helping of gun slinging to be had here.

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Scene: We join Bob and Fred on a stage with a sofa on it. They enter, Bob dressed in a cowboy outfit and sit down to pick up their 360 controllers.

Fred: Still with the cowboy suit!

Bob: (in a cowboy accent) Yup.

Fred: You look ridiculous.

Bob: You best watch your mouth pardner or I'll have to watch it for ya.

Fred: If you don't quit it I'm gonna take your controller and shove it up your...

Bob: Not in front of the pilgrims pardner.

Fred: (Sighs) Whatever, Welcome ladies and gentlemen to the first review of the first series!

Bob: Yup.

Fred: Our first review is funnily enough a western first person shooter: Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood

Bob: (dropping the accent) Or Call of Juarez BIB as I like to call it.

Fred: Oh you're you again are you?

Bob: (realising he dropped the accent) Oh umm well pardner I ummm (pause) yeah, yeah I'm me again.

Fred: Thank goodness, now onto the game. For those in the know this is a Prequel to the original game.

Bob: Cos they couldn't think of a sequel idea.

Fred: you can't say that, they may be watching.

Bob: Well it's true, prequels are a lazy sequel.

Fred: But the game is actually quite good.

Bob: It's alright

Fred: You dressed up like a cowboy, and have been wearing that stupid outfit ever since you tried the multiplayer!

Bob: And?

Fred: And (pause) how can you then say it's only alright. The story is involving, the bullet time concentration mode is awesome, the different aspects of play.

Bob: Jeez anyone would think that you made the game.

Fred: And you leapt for joy when the bounty on your head increased in the multiplayer.

Bob: Yeah that was cool, I'm a bad mother...

Fred: BOB! Look you liked it, you know you did.

Bob: I suppose it was kinda cool, I did feel like I was a true gunslinger.

Fred: C'mon then quick fire pros

Bob: ok ummm, multiplayer mode is cool! But it is best if you play as a bandit, the more you kill the bigger the bounty on your head becomes! Awesome. The story is good and it definitely is not a kids game.

Fred: And the cons?

Bob: Single player is cheese on a stick and doesn't do anything new. It borrows extensively from other games. The concentration mode is just bullet time, the ride by shooting I've seen a hundred times before. And I just plain dislike Prequels. They have no point!

Fred: So overall it's an ok game.

Bob: (back in accent) It aint the best and it aint the worst.

Fred: (sighs) So if you like westerns and first person shooters you can't go wrong.

Bob: But if you only like one or the other, maybe give this one a miss.

Fred: Join us next time when I'll be here.

Bob: And more importantly so will I.

Fred: Moron

Fred and Bob: We are the scripted Gamers, goodnight!

Written by Adam Moran

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