With at least one potential game of the year exclusively nesting on the Playstation 3 and a price drop under its belt, the PS3 has had a pretty darn good year.
New Halo, new downloadables for Mass Effect, Fallout 3, and Grand Theft Auto, new Forza. It was a pretty good year for Xbox 360 owners.
Poor PC gaming.
Ubisoft dropped us a line today to let us know that both console versions of Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood have patches waiting for them, improving multiplayer connection and balancing.
You know, for all its flaws - and the game had many - I still enjoyed Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood. So I'll be dusting it off now that a level creator is on the way.
Ubisoft's put out word that any patches to Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood, made available recently, were "wrongfully released" prior to Ubi's deadline and are not the final version. That will be available "in the coming days."
Ubisoft unleashes the Old West Map Pack for Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood this Thursday, with four new multiplayer maps covering important moments in Wild West history.
Grab your hat and strap on your irons, we're going on a Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood review round-up!
The western shooter seems to be a conundrum to developers. Despite valiant efforts, and great games, few have ever enjoyed the runaway success of their modern warfare counterparts.
Techland, the developer of Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood, announced three pieces of DLC are on the way but few other details. Two will be multiplayer map, the third is for the singleplayer mode.
Call of Juarez:: Bound in Blood is cummin' to you June 30.
Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood builds upon the multiplayer mode from the original Call of Juarez by adding a lot more character classes.
The sequel to Call of Juarez is actually a prequel, set 20 years before the original western shooter.