Gamers to get a new violent game — “Call to Juarez: The Cartel”

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Violence south of the border is not a game in real life but the makers of a new video game, “Call to Juarez: The Cartel” are banking on the brutality of drug kingpins to lure gamers into coughing up $60 to play cartel assassins.

The new cartel shoot-them-up video game has angered some Mexican lawmakers who believe kids will get the wrong idea about the real-world war taking place in Juarez, Mexico.

“Call to Juarez,” is set to be released sometime this summer and is fashioned , after “Call of Duty” a modern-day solider-of-fortune best-selling video game based on the war in the Middle East.

However, FoxNewsLatino reports that some Chihuahua state legislators said they have requested federal authorities ban “Call of Juarez: The Cartel,” which depicts drug cartel shootouts in the Mexican city of Ciudad Juarez.

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