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Gears of War: Judgment

by Microsoft
Xbox 360
3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (523 customer reviews) 7 answered questions

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  • Set years prior to the events of the previous "Gears of War" trilogy, "Judgment" centers on Kilo Squad, a troop of soldiers led by Damon Baird and Augustus "The Cole Train" Cole.
  • "Gears of War: Judgment" introduces brand-new multiplayer experiences, including OverRun, a thrilling new class-based competitive mode that pits Locust and COG soldiers in a head-to-head battle unlike anything "Gears" fans have experienced yet.
  • "Gears of War: Judgment" introduces a new Smart Spawn System [S3] for both campaign and multiplayer action.
  • Marking a first for the "Gears" franchise, "Gears of War: Judgment" features a "Misson Declassification" system that lets players experience more challenging gameplay scenarios and achievements by uncovering critical information during the course of the campaign.
  • Playable cooperatively with up to three friends on Xbox LIVE (four players total), "Gears of War: Judgment" depicts the planet Sera on the brink of annihilation by an unstoppable new Locust menace, giving you a new vantage point into one of the richest and most acclaimed sagas in gaming.
Content Descriptors: Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Strong Language.

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  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B002I0H2AG
  • Product Dimensions: 0.6 x 7.5 x 5.4 inches ; 2.9 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: March 19, 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (523 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,236 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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“Gears of War: Judgment” delivers the most intense and challenging “Gears” game yet, with a campaign that takes you back to the immediate aftermath of Emergence Day – the defining event of the “Gears of War” universe – for the very first time, and tests your mettle in highly competitive new multiplayer modes.

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85 of 89 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars A huge disappointment April 22, 2013
By VLuis
Edition:Standard Game
Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
Let me preface this by saying Gears of War is my favorite action series by a long shot. As a fan of multiplayer action shooters, the series up to this point, has never let me down. I felt that the transitions from Gears 1-3 markedly improved with each iteration. From Chainsaw duels to meat shield tagging, it seemed like the action only got more intense and more fun. I was looking forward to judgement needless to say.

Then I played it.

Epic, what in God's name happened? Cover system? Pointless. Weapon re-spawns? Endless. Down but not out? Gone. Graphics? Subjective, but for me not as crisp as Gears 3 (for example the Hammer of Dawn, absolutely does not carry the punch and melty flavor it had in previous games, you may even argue that it was better in Gears 2) Fun? Subjective, but for me palpably absent.
The decision to take away down but not out, you may think would encourage people to use cover more, team work more. I've played about 35 hours of multiplayer so far, and this thought process couldn't be more wrong. They turned the game into what is essentially Gears version of an arcade shooter. You pick your primary weapon to start with, Lancer, Gnasher, Hammerburst, Retro Lancer, Sawed off, or the new Marzka, and your choice of one grenade (Wall tagging is gone by the way, another disappointing decision to me). From there you are put in a 5v5 match like the previous game. FROM that point, you will likely come to the same conclusion as most, just take the gnasher, run in, shoot once, and melee. Congratulations, you have mastered Gears of War Judgement. Now that alone isn't necessarily a deal breaker. Some could argue that it's faster now, but I for one don't remember ever playing the previous games complaining about the speed.
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41 of 46 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars A terrible take on a great franchise April 23, 2013
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Fun: 3.0 out of 5 stars   
Like most people I was very excited when I found out that the Gears of War series was going to continue. I had played the previous 3 and enjoyed them all, both solo and co-op. Gears 2 introduced Horde Mode which was my favorite game mode to play online with friends. It seemed that the Online Deathmatch was too difficult for my tastes and the matchmaking system did not work well. Still Gears of War 3 improved on all fronts; deathmatch, Horde Mode, and campaign. Gears of War: Judgment took 4 steps backwards. I was suspicious when i read the news that Cliff B had left the team, and after playing the game i can understand why he left. They took his baby and just pushed it onto the market to collect money from loyal fans like myself who expected great things from this franchise. The co-op campaign was fun that is why i gave it 3 stars for the fun factor. But the Horde mode is gone, replaced with a similar mode but lacks the RPG element that GOW3 had. If you are on the fence about this game please take my advice and wait until you can purchase it for $30 or less because it is not worth 60.
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193 of 236 people found the following review helpful
By Joe
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Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
Now before I begin, no I did not buy this off Amazon, I bought it from gamestop so that's why there's not an Amazon verified purchase in my review. I've been a fan of GoW since the first game and have them all. I've loved the campaign for all of them and loved the multiplayer, even when they added the sawed off to Gears 3 which was ridiculously overused by I got through it and still loved it.

But after playing this game for about 8 hours it just felt different and odd. I know the developers were going for the game to be different and of course it's always good for a game franchise to change it's ways. That's if it's in a good direction of course. Now don't get me wrong, this is still a pretty solid game but it just has something missing to it.

Campaign: Haven't played too much of it but it seems promising. People on here say it's about 5-8 hours but I don't really mind that. Knowing that you should just not rush through it and then complain about it being short. Play it little by little and it will last. There really wasn't anything I found wrong with the campaign. I've actually enjoyed the Declassified Missions option to it. It adds a little more fun to it since it allows to to gain stars to unlock stuff.

Multiplayer: This is where I was mostly disappointed as follows:

Pro's: -Most of how it runs feels the same aside from the new controller scheme (Y button to switch weapons instead of the d-pad and LB for grenades)I'm not making a huge deal out of it because it only takes a little while to get used to.
-Lot's of skins for your character and weapons to unlock.
-When you're waiting to respawn you don't need to wait the full amount of time, you can just press A to respawn immediatly.
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31 of 36 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars People Can Fly's Gears of War April 12, 2013
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Fun: 2.0 out of 5 stars   
When I first got into Gears of War, was when I bought my 360. It was literally the first game I bought, and I was blown away by it. I am not "one of those Gears fans", you know, the one's that refuse to believe that there was a good Gears game since GoW1. I thought Gears 2 was just as good if not better, and 3 was a worthy entry in the series, and that it was a fitting END. But, as with most franchises today the idea of making more money off a name has become more important than releasing something that is worth releasing.

Gears of War: Judgement was the first time I wasn't desperate to get the game day 1. Not because it didn't look impressive, not because I've lost interest in Gears, but more because for the first time Epic wasn't working alone, and also the fist without Cliff and Rodd. That thought frightened me and unfortunately it was entirely based in reality. This is not Epic's Gears of War franchise, this is People Can Fly's attempt at Gears of War. The last time the two paired up was the ill recieved Bulletstorm, which I did enjoy, but since I beat have yet to go back.

Judgement's only strength is it's campaign. the campaign is fun and offers a little something different than what we have all become used to. Yes you are still fighting locust in the same point A to point B linear fashion, yes you are still using Lancers and Shotguns, but it still feels fresh and fun. The Declassify option is the shining feature, making play in a certain way to attempt to attain a 3-star rating on your missions, like using only pistols, or adding more and varied enemy types. It really adds a bit of replayability trying to rack up high scores with your friends.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
Awesome game. Case to the game was slightly cracked but everything else was perfect.
Published 17 hours ago by Thomas Munchbach
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Published 1 day ago by relli
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
if you like gears of war, you will love this one
Published 10 days ago by Todd Schoenleber
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Pretty cool game
Published 10 days ago by Misael
3.0 out of 5 stars which is by far the best aspect of the franchise
I wasn't a big fan of this installment of Gears of War and I am a huge Gears head. They did not include Horde, which is by far the best aspect of the franchise. Read more
Published 10 days ago by Goolbox
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Published 1 month ago by IRMA SINCLAIR
3.0 out of 5 stars first of all nothing i mean nothing will be like GOW1 music and...
first of all nothing i mean nothing will be like GOW1 music and gameplay or any thing else
this game not bad but
you will not play it so many times
Published 1 month ago by JASON BOURNE
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
Published 1 month ago by david klash
2.0 out of 5 stars Feeling more like an extended DLC than a full-fledged game
A so-so entry in an otherwise masterful work of gaming art. Feeling more like an extended DLC than a full-fledged game, it brings precious few new items to the table to merit... Read more
Published 1 month ago by DangerousHabits
4.0 out of 5 stars Four Stars
fun game. online functionality is lacking but campaign mode makes up for it
Published 1 month ago by stan
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