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Submitted by darkronin229 574d ago | preview

GamesBeat: Gears of War: Judgment makes some refreshing tweaks to an old formula (preview)

GamesBeat's Giancarlo Valdes: "I wasn't too excited about the prospect of a fourth Gears of War, but a few new features leave me hopeful that Judgment may be worth playing after all." (Gears of War Judgment, Xbox 360)

LessThan2Tflops  +   574d ago
Looking forward to it
Derekvinyard13  +   574d ago
i feel like this one is a little under the rader compared the other ones. havent seen to much advertising
Tolkoto  +   574d ago
I keep forgetting that this game is a thing.
SybaRat  +   574d ago
I'm working up the energy for a good, long yawn.
Sadie2100  +   574d ago
The multiplayer class-based thing is definitely cool, but I feel like GOW3 wasn't that long ago.
Kalowest  +   574d ago
" I feel like GOW3 wasn't that long ago"
Maybe Epic did a good job supporting it, I heard the DLC Raam is suppose to be really good.
It's been a year and a half since GOW3.
GreenRanger   574d ago | Off topic | show

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