Call Of Juarez: Bound In Blood
Techland’s prequel to its 2006 FPS focused on two brothers, Ray and Thomas McCall, at the end of the American Civil War. Having left their posts to save their homes, they are labelled deserters, and go on the run before discovering the legend of the gold of Juarez. The game’s gritty Western authenticity combined with excellent shooting mechanics, with your character able to jump, crouch, kick stuff over and destroy a lot of the environment. The multiplayer wasn’t half bad, either. It’s also worth giving the nod to the series’ other games, like the original, Gunslinger and the modern-day Call Of Juarez: The Cartel, which brought the Western feel into a Narcos setting.