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Submitted by -Mezzo- 652d ago | preview

OXM - Judgment hands-on: how Gears became a score-attacker's dream

OXM - When Gears of War: Judgment's Overrun Mode was unveiled last year, fans were simultaneously delighted and dismayed. Delighted because Overrun is essentially Gears of War 3's Beast Mode with a player-controlled COG side - or in other words, a version of Beast Mode that actually has some sort of long-term entertainment value. And dismayed because the introduction of Overrun appeared to have come at the cost of Gears of War 2's brilliant, much-revised Horde Mode, which has had almost as much impact on the action genre at large as the original's cover system. (Gears of War Judgment, Xbox 360)

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