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Posted on Thursday, May 11 @ 15:25:24 PST by Joe_Dodson
We recently sidled up to Techland's booth and saw Call of Juarez, a gritty PC shooter that takes place in the Wild West. Unlike traditional westerns, where the bad guys wear black and the good guys never miss, this game puts you in the boots of a psychotic preacher and the moccasins of his intended target, effectively forcing you to chase your own tale.

The first thing we noticed upon logging in was the bible in our inventory. With the disappointingly chaste Left Behind grimly on our minds, we asked the presenter about the book and, in a thick Polish accent, he said:

"Well, when faced with enemy, you click mouse button and read passage from the Bible. This makes enemy look at you, saying 'What is wrong with this guy? What is he doing?'"

"Then you shoot him in the mouth."


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