Pre-emptive Judgment: Has Gears of War hit franchise fatigue?

James O'Connor of MMGN: It could be, of course, that Gears of War: Judgment is incredible and innovates in ways I’m not expecting. But unless it’s a real mind-blower, Judgment runs the risk of serving as further proof that Microsoft really needs to hurry up with showing off something truly new if they want to maintain customer support.

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NYC_Gamer1964d ago (Edited 1964d ago )

I'm finished with the franchise myself.. It's time for Epic to create something else that's way different from Gears of War..

medman1964d ago

I can't say I'm done with Gears permanently, but I have and never had any intention of buying GOW:Judgement. It looks like so much more of the same ol' same ol'. Time to move on. Maybe with the 720 (and maybe PS4) epic will change the formula and offer something new in the Gears universe. If that happens, I'll consider jumping back in. Until then, adios Gears, it was fun while it lasted.

Tontus1964d ago

I really liked the first 2 Gears games. Gears 3 disappointed me more than anything this generation and Gears J just looks horrible to me. It's amazing how one of my favourite franchises has become so unappealing to me now.

hellvaguy1964d ago (Edited 1964d ago )

Gears 3 added a ton in terms of new enemies a few new weaps/abilities, but mostly in the way of co-op online modes. You really arent even a fan of the series or didnt even play gw3 if you didnt enjoy it.

Now with that said, come on we dont need a new game every year. Judgement should wait and be released 1 year after next gen comes out. Gives time to perfect new hardware and build up some excitement.