Gamer Limit writes: "Bigger is definitely a word I would use when describing Gears of War 2. The scale of the game has grown considerably since the sequel. No longer are you stuck navigating the small cramped scenery of Gears 1. Now you fight on everything from the top of a COG derrick as it drives through a mountain range, to the wide open caverns of the Locust hollow. The vistas are jawdropping with so many little textures and details to make the game really come out of your screen. From the Razor Hail to the Avalanche that sweeps through a particular multiplayer level the game never lets up on just how gorgeous it is. This game is an absolute treat for anyone with a HD TV. That being said there are a couple of things that make the graphics look not so great, mainly the horrible texture pop-in thanks to the Unreal Engine 3. This problem occurs almost every time you load a new environment for the first time, like when you first start up a multiplayer map, it only takes a few seconds to fix itself but it is still very noticeable".