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Ubisoft recently sent out an email asking players of Call of Juarez: The Cartel to rate specific parts of the game, and regardless of whether the responses all sum up to "This game is suxorz," it suggests that a sequel is already in the works. The survey asks players which console they own, which...

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Zumba Fitness has now maintained seven consecutive weeks atop Chart-Track's UK all formats chart, with a 33 percent increase in sales this past week. One more week in the top spot and Zumba Fitness will have matched the first-place records held by the likes of Call of Duty: Mode...

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Zumba Fitness. Six weeks straight. #1. Not only that, but as Chart-Track points out, Zumba Fitness has spent 17 straight weeks atop the Wii Full Price Chart. It currently holds the bronze for unbroken weeks at the top, with Wii Fit so close at 19 weeks and Just Dance 2 not far off at 23 we...

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Woe to the franchise that starts on the wrong footing. When a debut is shaky, it's rare that a follow-up ferrets out the faulty strands of its progenitor's DNA and highlights the worthwhile ones. Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood is one of those rare exceptions that managed to pull it off. The We...

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Call of Juarez: The Cartel was expected on consoles and PC this week, though the latter version seems to have succumbed to a delay. Valve's Steam service, online retailer Amazon and Ubisoft's release schedule have shifted the game's PC launch date to September 13 in North America. Xbox 360 and...

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William Shakespeare wrote "The attempt and not the deed confounds us." We're confounded by both in this Call of Juarez: The Cartel trailer -- the attempt to coin a new word to explain a game mechanic and the unfair fight. What chance does a guy who doesn't even own a shirt have in a gun fight?...

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I, like many long-time fans I'd imagine, despaired a little bit when I read that Techland was taking their Western franchise in a more modern direction with Call of Juarez: The Cartel. It's a fear the developer is used to addressing. "When we worked on the other Call of Juarez games, we always...

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Ubisoft's Call of Juarez: The Cartel is all about threes. Not only is it the third game in the series, it features three main characters: a "gang-affiliated street kid," a "DEA agent with a chronic gambling habit" and a "brutal LAPD detective." Each character is said to have a unique campaign sto...

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Perhaps unsurprisingly, Call of Juarez: The Cartel has angered officials in Mexico. State legislators in the border town of Ciudad Juarez (located in the state of Chihuahua) have asked the Mexican government to impose a ban, arguing that the game's content could potentially make light of recent dru...

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Ubisoft has just unveiled the next game in the Call of Juarez series, called Call of Juarez: The Cartel, for "next-gen consoles and Windows PC." While the last two games in the series were Old West-themed, developer Techland is actually setting this game in present-day LA and Juarez -- the new setti...

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