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Interview: Gears of War: Judgment’s developers took advice from the gaming community - canada.com

At the recent Xbox X-Series preview event in Toronto, we got a chance to sit down and have a conversation with Gears of War: Judgment’s senior producer, Alan Van Slyke, and ask him a few questions about Epic’s upcoming Gears of War spin off/prequel. (Xbox 360)

forcefullpower  +   1004d ago
LoL big mistake. The most vocal are usually not the ones you don't want to hear from. I heard this from developers before about being careful what you hear from the community.

Hopefully they only selected bits that where good.
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Sovereign59  +   1004d ago
Yeah, of all the changes I've heard they've made, none of them are for the better in my opinion.

Forgive me if this information is outdated but I have read that they...
1. Removed DBNO (down but not out) from multiplayer
2. Removal of DBNO also removes the ability to execute a downed opponent
3. Removed the Locust faction from standard PvP matchmaking modes (now just COG vs COG)
4. Disabled the ability to carry both a shotgun and a rifle, you must choose one or the other
5. Altered the controls to some extent... I thought they were perfect in 3 so I have no idea what they could have felt the need to change there but I guess we'll see

Hardly seems to me like a Gears game after all these changes. I haven't read up on Judgement much in the past couple months so maybe some of these changes have been readjusted. Still, I'm not looking forward to this game, and as someone that's played and enjoyed the series since the first installment, I'm a bit somber to have to admit that. The only optimism I have here is maybe it won't be that bad and I'll try it out eventually either when the price goes down substantially or if a friend lets me borrow their copy.
clintagious650  +   1004d ago
I totally agree some fans can just ask for way too much & it ends up pissing off other fans who enjoyed the game it was. I seen alot of complaints including myself for uncharted 2 online when the game was perfect as it was but naughty dog tweeked it a bit because campers were bitc*ing about rushers who kept killing them & it ticked alot of gamers off. I think devs should just go with what they made & just tweek minor things like glitches that way its fair all around.
forcefullpower  +   1003d ago
Totally agree i loved uncharted 2 multi player. But after all the changes i really didn't like it as much. Uncharted 3 felt like it was going down COD zone. such a shame.
Timesplitter14  +   1004d ago

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