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Call of Juarez: Bound in Blood Videos and Trailers - PS3

Game Description:August, 1864. America's Civil War staggers toward a bloody end. But for the McCall brothers, the war never stops. Answer the Call of Juarez and embark on a gritty adventure though a fractured America. When their family home is ravaged in the burning of Atlanta, the brothers vow to rebuild after the war. And when the promise of an ancient treasure beckons, the fortune might be too much to resist. Ride out to seek fortune and revenge as you travel across the Wild West to Mexico, making up rules as you go. Keep your cool and try to survive in a lawless world where somehow it always feels like high noon.
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