Gears of War: Judgement follows Baird and Cole in the early days of the Locust War. The co-op options are as plentiful as ever. The gameplay is the same as Gears of War 3, but there's something missing here.
Gears of War: Judgment features all the co-op options from Gears of War 3. Same menus, same options, same player counts. If you could do it in Gears 3, you can do it in Gears: Judgment -as long as you don't want to play Horde mode.
In case you missed it, a new Gears game is coming out next week. Gears of War: Judgement totally snuck up on me. I guess that's what happens when you age out of the target demo. I don't watch the right shows to see the ads and the Xbox 360 dashboard has become nothing but white noise to me. It's actually rather pleasant.
Gears of War: Judgment is shaping up to be another exciting entry in the Gears of War universe. Recently, the full list of achievements surfaced online. While the list contains mostly standard fare, gamers intent on achieving a perfect gamerscore will have to bring along a friend (or three). Take a peak below for the full list of achievements, and look forward to Gears of War: Judgment shipping out on March 19, 2013.
Believe it or not, we're only a few months away from a new Gears of War game. Gears of War: Judgement is the trilogy's sequel and is set to release on the Xbox 360 in late March, and like any good release, there are pre-order bonuses that go along with it.
To date, Marcus Fenix has taken the limelight of every Gears of War box art to date, and rightfully so: he was the main character. This time around, however, it’s fan favorite Baird’s time to shine as head honcho, as Epic Games revealed on the official box art for Gears of War: Judgment!
5 Dead Grunts, 4 Screaming Men, 3 Active Reloads, 2 Total Wars and a Chainsaw in a Locust's Knee. Nothing says Holiday Greetings than 12 festive days of absolute violence. This is exactly what the team at Epic are offering owners of Gears of War 3 with the '12 Days of Gearmas' - a dozen special events.
We are told that we should not judge others, lest we are judged ourselves, but how else are we going to decide whether Gears of War: Judgment will be worth picking up? I personally feel that critiquing the new trailer for the game is key to understanding if I should drop full RRP on Epic's latest! ...
Gears of War has been around since early on in the life cycle of the Xbox 360. The first game was released in 2006, introducing the world to Marcus, Dom, and the glorious Lancer weapon. A smash hit, the original was followed up by two sequels, one in 2008 and another late last year. Each of these games took what made the first great, cranked it up a notch or three, and added in glorious features like Horde and Beast mode. Throughout the series, co-op options have been solid, culminating in four-player online campaign support in Gears of War 3. To say that it has been a successful series would be an understatement.
Cliff Bleszinski has been with Epic Games since he was a teenager, joining the company early on and helping create franchises like Jazz Jack Rabbit, Unreal and Gears of War. But it seems this year the winds of change are blowing through the industry. Late last month both Bioware founders left the company to pursue other interests and now "Cliffy B" is leaving Epic for a much deserved break.
From its announcement back in 2010 and a trailer that captured the gaming world in approximately 15 minutes, practically everyone is looking forward to BioShock Infinite release. There is no getting around it. However, it looks as though some bad news came out of Irrational Games recently, as they have just announced that BioShock Infinite will no longer contain any of the intended co-op modes upon release.
Wait, did we just see Baird and Cole in custody? The next issue of Gameinformer magazine raises a lot of questions as to what the next Gears of War game, Gears of War: Judgment, have in store for us. Fortunately, we’ve picked up a few tips from the nice people at Microsoft.
I was just going to type "hype" ten times, then "Gears of War," then "hype" ten more times, because that's all that's really needed here. Next month's Game Informer cover was teased today. It's a Gears of War game, so therefore 75% of Xbox 360 owners will feel obligated to purchase it. I know will. Hell, I'll buy whatever version comes with a giant plastic Lancer. I'm obsessed with the things.
Bad news, everyone? Gears of War: Exile, an unannounced game lacking any details other than this header image, has been struck down by the Hammer of Dawn. It's been chainsawed to bits. It has ceased to be. Dry your tears. We first brought this "game" to your attention back in January of last year. Many speculated that the title would be an on-rails shooter utilizing the 360's Kinect peripheral.
Nobody can say Gears of War 3 doesn't have staying power. Not only is it massive to begin with, but Epic keeps pushing out downloadable content and title updates. In fact, the fourth and latest title update has just appeared, a week ahead of the 'Forces of Nature' DLC (pictured). It contains a number of minor tweaks and bug fixes, all of which should make the multiplayer experience more enjoyable.
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