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Gears of War: Judgment

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Gears of War: Judgment

Gears of War: Judgment Customer Reviews

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A diferent Gears game and a great value.

5

This is a diferent Gears but most changes fit well enough to the main campaing, shorter than the rest of the franchise but built in with nice replay options. The control scheme and gameplay are now faster but this is definetly a good thing after 3 games playing the same way. The flashback style around the story feels refreshing and once you fininsh the game youll unlock a side chapter, a kind of non released dlc from Gow 3 that last you for another hour and a half and reunites events and charaters from Judgment and Gears 3. The lack of content, options and maps in the multiplayer may be the weakest part of the package, its fun but feels repetitive after a couple of weeks. In addition Judgment inludes a token for a digital copy of the first Gears.

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Gears of War: Judgment

4

Can't say I ever thought that Gear of War franchise is a masterpiece. But it's one of those games that you 'must' play on your Xbox 360 if you try not to miss an exclusives. Same goes for Halo (can't name it a masterpiece too) and Forza series. Anyway, I played all previous GOW games and I must say I like this new one more than the previous. Hard to tell why - there aren't any noticeable changes. But this time I had no felling that I want it to end, so it's at least not boring or too repetitive. Yes, it's same old game - you just shoot dozens of enemies, go to next room, shoot 100 more, go to next room etc. But Epic Games added (at least can't remember that feature from any of the previous ones) challenges for each chapter and these make the game challenging and fun. Graphics is nice, as usual. Story is...well...nothing out of this World. Can't really name any major drawbacks - maybe your buddies AI is a bit dumb, but this is like that in most of the games. But I played a bit of online co-op and must say that there are many even dumber real players. All in all it's a nice game and a must at this price. And the story isn't too short, so it's a good value even if you're not into multiplayer like me.

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Awesome

5

I am a fan of this series and i wouldn't miss this game. I am just at the beginning of the story but i already liked it.

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Gears of War: Judgment

5

Excellent!!

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Gow Judgement

5

This game is the very best in his category. If you played the other Gow series you will be fully satisfied. It brings the old Gow felling back, with other extras and team fighting, also with great story mode. I highly recommend multiplayer (new game modes included) for the best gaming experience. Class-based fighting require tactics and skill. If you haven't played any of the GOW series before, and you like action-based tps games this is the best choice for you. 20hours of single player which includes up to 4player co-op. Get in the battle!

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A decent follow up

4

Having played all of the Gears games I was anxious to try this one out.. the campaign is as good as any of the others and the nww star system makes you want to replay sections to get better at them. Although the multiplayer has been overhauled too I would say it plays differently online to any of the others but its still a good experience.

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Gears of War: Judgement

4

If you love the Gears franchise, its a must have! If not get it later!

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Classic Gears Action

5

As usual Gears of War: Judgment is a classic gears game. It features familiar gameplay, with some nice new additions (declassified challenges, new weapons) and as always an amazing storyline. If you like Gears, you will love this addition to the adventure.

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No classic... but okay

3

If you know the first 3 GOW titles and like them a lot, you will be confused a little bit in the multiplayer mode. The controller settings (max 2 weapons, change with Y) is now "newbie friendly". Even there is no feeling of any server host advantages, some weapons are unbalanced. For example the Gnasher Shotgun (with max. 4 shots in a row) is like a far distance one-shot killing machine while the sawed-off version (with max. 2 shots in a row) minimum needs 2 shots and a punch to strike down an enemy. There are 3 kinds of long distance weapons: the sniper rifle as you know it, the markza (which is useless when your not aiming constantly at the opponent's head) and the Breechshot (which is really strong and useful cause of its mounted blade for short distance attacks). But 3 sniper rifles is like overdosing on them. At the end, the MP modus is acceptable but not a big wow at all. The single player with its story is okay but is nothing special. It's more a patchwork story around the gang of the GOW protagonist Marcus Fenix. As a real fan of the game it is a bad prologue with pseudo fancy video sequences and boring story segments. If you are new to GOW, it is a good entry to get a basic feeling for the game. But it is no catcher which convinces you to be a full fan, which is sad. You can feel that Cliffy B didn't have any real influences in this production. Hopefully this was just a release to fill the gap.

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Promising yet questionable

4

I am a long term Gears fan (read: biased) and was really looking forward to Judgement. Two things which I love about the series is the story and coop multiplayer mode, Horde. So what did I get? Overall the story is fairly good, but not as good as it used to be. I actually liked the way it's told - one chapter per team member, but it didn't give me a sense of bonding at any point. Also, the usual small-talk, which delivered a vast amount of humorous moments seems weaker this time. Campaign gameplay is made more player friendly, by cutting it up into sequences, which allows you to literally to play for 10-15 minutes and then log off without losing any progress. Each section is also supported by extra commentary, which is nice. This makes going back to sections to mop-up even easier than before. Surprisingly, the extra testimonies (challenges) added a new level of fun, as rather than running the whole game with your favorite gnasher and boomshot (replace with your favourite weapons), you were forced to use different weapons. Best addition is probably the over run mode, which gives you a dynamic way to change from chainsawing locust as gears to hammering gears as mauler and friends every 10-15 minutes. The co-op part is what frustrated me the most. For some reason, instead of further improving the Horde mode, they decided to opt for a bot-mode Overrun mode. You have the same maps as in overrun (only 5 at the moment) and same static defenses, which can't be rebuilt. In addition, you cannot create a public game with difficulty of your choice. Why? If you don't have a group of friends to play with in private games, then you are stuck with pickup groups on hardcore difficulty. This means that you will in 9 out of 10 games and be eliminated by wave 6-8. Also, since you cant really improve your character in any meaningful way, you don't get a feeling of accomplishing anything by endlessly wiping out enemies. In Horde, you could restart a wave - not here. Another issue is that there is no "leveling up", as you used to have with Horde 2.0, having access to better defenses with more experience. To be honest, I wish that PCF would've borrowed from Mass Effect 3/Assassins creed multiplayer and implemented separate leveling paths for the 4 ingame classes or something similar. All together, Judgement is a good game, but with a huge amount of unused potential. I hope that DLCs will bring it more justice.

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