History VideoGame / CallOfJuarez

8th Jan '17 2:41:58 PM Scabbard
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** In the extra story on the original Call of Juarez [[spoiler: The unnamed sheriff kills his corrupt boss, County Commissioner Grizzwald, and the bandit, Vasquez, is executed leaving Round Rock in peace... but the whole town saw him gun down Grizzwald and Vasquez was the only person who knew he was corrupt, forcing the sheriff to flee to Mexico, or get hung by the citizens.]]

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** In the extra story on the original Call of Juarez [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:the unnamed sheriff kills his corrupt boss, County Commissioner Grizzwald, and the bandit, Vasquez, is executed leaving Round Rock in peace... but the whole town saw him gun down Grizzwald and Vasquez was the only person who knew he was corrupt, forcing the sheriff to flee to Mexico, or get hung by the citizens.]]
18th Sep '16 4:56:23 AM CynicalBastardo
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* UnexpectedGameplayChange: After several levels of linear cowboy slaying, Billy wakes up from a headshot to the face to find himself dumped into a WideOpenSandbox spirit quest taking place in a ''huge'' continuous forest and lake map.

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* UnexpectedGameplayChange: UnexpectedGameplayChange:
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After several levels of linear cowboy slaying, Billy wakes up from a headshot to the face to find himself dumped into a WideOpenSandbox spirit quest taking place in a ''huge'' continuous forest and lake map.map.
** Happens whenever the game shifts from Billy to Ray and vice versa. Billy's levels are more stealth orientated, due to him being a FragileSpeedster, whereas Ray's are more about brute force.
18th Sep '16 4:52:25 AM CynicalBastardo
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* RuleOfCool: The main reason you can use ''Literature/TheBible'' to spout [[BadassPreacher quotes while gunning people down]].
28th Jun '15 11:53:56 AM Koveras
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''Call of Juarez'' is a fast-paced, adrenaline-driven {{Western}} FirstPersonShooter, where the player [[AndNowForSomeoneCompletelyDifferent alternatingly assumes the roles of Billy and Reverend Ray]], who is after his head. Billy is more of a FragileSpeedster with heavy emphasis on [[StealthBasedGame stealth]], whereas Ray is a MightyGlacier ''and'' TheGunslinger, which allows for an interesting twist: revisiting [[RemixedLevel the same level]] (Ray is chasing after Billy, after all) never grows boring, thanks to the vastly different gameplay styles of the two.

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''Call of Juarez'' is a fast-paced, adrenaline-driven fast-paced {{Western}} FirstPersonShooter, where the player [[AndNowForSomeoneCompletelyDifferent alternatingly assumes the roles of Billy and Reverend Ray]], who is after his head. Billy is more of a FragileSpeedster with heavy emphasis on [[StealthBasedGame stealth]], whereas Ray is a MightyGlacier ''and'' TheGunslinger, which allows for an interesting twist: revisiting [[RemixedLevel the same level]] (Ray is chasing after Billy, after all) never grows boring, thanks to the vastly different gameplay styles of the two.
23rd Jul '14 4:19:31 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* HeyItsThatVoice: Reverend Ray is voiced by [[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Gul Dukat]].
16th Jul '14 3:47:31 PM hbi2k
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* FragileSpeedster: Billy.

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%% * FragileSpeedster: Billy.
11th Feb '14 7:57:02 AM m8e
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* {{Expy}}: Ray is essentially ClintEastwood's character in ''Film/PaleRider''

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* {{Expy}}: Ray is essentially ClintEastwood's Creator/ClintEastwood's character in ''Film/PaleRider''
20th Jul '13 6:13:50 AM Koveras
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The original game started the eponymous series, currently consisting of three more titles:

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The original game (2006) started the eponymous series, currently consisting of three more titles:
7th Jul '13 3:34:22 PM biomanzilla
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* InjunCountry: The Native Americans in ''Call Of Juarez'' and ''Bound In Blood'' are identified as Apache, Comanche, and Navajo, but they all live in tipis, use totem poles, and wear BraidsBeadsAndBuckskins.

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* InjunCountry: The Native Americans in ''Call Of Juarez'' and ''Bound In Blood'' are identified as Apache, Comanche, and Navajo, Navajo; but they all live in tipis, use totem poles, and wear BraidsBeadsAndBuckskins.
7th Jul '13 3:33:46 PM biomanzilla
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* InjunCountry: The Native Americans in [I]Call Of Juarez[/I] and [I]Bound In Blood[/I] are identified as Apache, Comanche, and Navajo, but they all live in tipis, use totem poles, and wear BraidsBeadsAndBuckskins.

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* InjunCountry: The Native Americans in [I]Call ''Call Of Juarez[/I] Juarez'' and [I]Bound ''Bound In Blood[/I] Blood'' are identified as Apache, Comanche, and Navajo, but they all live in tipis, use totem poles, and wear BraidsBeadsAndBuckskins.
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