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Submitted by combocaster 666d ago | review

Gears of War: Judgment Review | ComboCaster

Epic has always shown interest to continue the series Gears of War after the original trilogy. And why would not you have? Gears of War is your gold mine currently its most valuable IP Unreal Tournament after being sidelined for a few years and Bulletstorm did not have the expected sales.

Not so surprising that not long after the end of the original trilogy arrives Judgement, a prequel that follows the events of Kilo Squad, led by Damon Baird, and passed just weeks after Emergence Day, when the Locust left the subsolo.Além Baird will be able to control other characters in the Kilo Squad, each telling the story in their own way. The story is told through flashbacks as a whole Kilo Squad is present at a trial, about which we know nothing at first, beyond the review of a soldier who says Braid went from hero to prisoner of war in a week, which sees some heroic deeds for our main character. (Gears of War Judgment, Xbox 360) 8.5/10

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