Hope you’re ready to return to battle, because four new maps are headed to Gears of War: Judgment today as part of the Lost Relics DLC pack. That means more online dudes to kill and more locations in which to do said killing. Hooah!
How do you like Gears of War: Judgment? Pretty cool, eh? Did you get to the part – oh wait, you're still waiting for the legit version to drop at your local retailer? Oh, fail. The current tradition for Xbox 360 games has been to leak them a month ahead of launch. Gears of War: Judgment is no exception to the rule.
People Can Fly and Epic Games have completed work on Gears of War: Judgment today. The prequel will arrive as planned in March exclusively on the Xbox 360.
Epic Games and Microsoft have unleashed a barrage of new media content for Gears of War: Judgment, the prequel to the popular third-person shooter franchise that put the Xbox 360 on the map as a legitimate next-gen console back in 2006. You can check out four new videos of the game right here.
Gears of War Judgment, like many other big releases for early 2013, made an appearance at the Spike Video Game Awards. The new trailer is a mixture of both cinematics and gameplay footage.
If you like Defense of the Ancients style games then you'll probably like Overrun mode for Gears of War: Judgment. Yes, the game is evolving and apparently including stuff made famous from free-to-play cash-grab games. A new video tutorial gives you a good idea of how the mode is played and what the character classes do.
Gears are turning a bit more slowly than anticipated, it would seem. The Gears of War, that is. X-Play confirmed via its twitter that the next title in the run-and-gun third-person shooter franchise, Gears of War: Judgment will be releasing sometime in March of 2013.
According to the lead designer behind Epic Games' largest franchise, the upcoming Xbox 360 exclusive, Gears of War: Judgment, will not utilize the motion-based peripheral Kinect because according to Cliff Bleszinski, it's not a fully realized device. Ouch.
Most of the games coming out that claim to be core, that claim to be fun, that claim to be different, usually aren't. They're all typical by-the-books, duck-and-cover, whack-a-mole shooters. Well, Cliffy B., the lead designer on Gears of War, is speaking out against this casual era of gaming.
Epic Games and People Can Fly want to make sure that Gears of War Judgment adequately challenges shooter fans. Judgment will have an all-new feature called S3, or "smart spawn system," that should keep players on their toes.