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Judge Dredd: Dredd vs. Death (Windows)

by Sierra
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews) 55 / 100

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  • In this thrilling first-person shooter, you'll become the famous sci-fi Character Judge Dredd. Be judge, jury and executioner for 11 wild, violent and exciting chapters
  • Try to keep order in a rough time in Mega-One's history - unemployment is high -- everyone's broke, bored & pissed off. As the city of 400,000,000 threatens to explode, Judge Death brings his brand of capital punishment to all citizens.
  • Bring justice down on crooks with the Lawgiver -- a multi-purpose gun you can equip with incendiary bullets, armor piercers, stun gas grenades, ricochet rounds and more
  • Interact with 50 strange, sick and unique characters - from average crooks & mad scientists to undead Judges and face zombies
  • Sixteen intense multiplayer missions, with ead-to-head action for 1-4 players

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  • ASIN: B0001J4AY2
  • Item Weight: 12.3 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #91,544 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)

Product Description

You are the law!Product InformationWelcome to Mega-City One a city of over 400 million people - every one of thema potential criminal.  It is the third decade of the 22nd Century andunemployment is widespread boredom is universal and only the Judges can preventtotal anarchy.Take on the role of the most feared and respected of all the Judges Judge Dreddas he attempts to overcome the sudden outbreak of vampires in the city - couldthis be the work of the malevolent Dark Judges?Product Features Use a range of Justice Department weaponry or take weapons from your foes. Cutting edge Asura engine dynamically adjusts to get the best from your PC. Fully customizable multiplayer game such as Blockwar Elimination Umpty Raid Team Deathmatch and many more. Judge Jury and Executioner it's your choice to shoot to kill or disarm and arrest. Two-player co-operative play through the entirety of the immersive storyline. System Requirements Windows 98 Me XP 700 MHz processor 128 MB of RAM 1.3 GB Hard Disk space 32 MB Graphics DirectX 9 DirectX 9 compatible Sound Card Network: LAN or Modem Mouse Keyboard 8X CD-ROM drive

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I bought this game because the "kid who used to love everything FPS" in me got it because, guess what, it's an FPS (first person shooter). I heard mixed reviews about the game, and I only saw a few screenshots, so I honestly didn't know what to expect, but I saw no harm in buying it especially since I got it for such a great low price...

I loaded it up, and I was wowed by the graphic detail. For a 2003 game, it looks impressive. The texture detail is really great, the models are great, and the atmosphere is unique. Being a Rebellion game, the engine immediately feels like a revamped and seriously updated version of the original AvP engine, but it really works. This is the second game that I've played that came out around the time of Halo which features a shield that depletes and recharges, and if the shield's gone that's when you start to lose health (the first game was Mace Griffin that I played and finished a couple weeks ago). Sound is great, and Judge Dredd's lines are forgivably cheesy. :) The weapons are really beefy, I really enjoy firing the weapons in this game, especially the Machine gun and Shotgun (which by the way feels a lot like Doom 3's shotgun in terms of punch). The enemy AI is good, the levels are HUGE, and the bosses are somewhat challenging (quite easy in my opinion, but perhaps because I'm an FPS veteran I'd find things easy). There is some great lighting in this game, dark levels that are really atmospheric. They're not on the pixel shader level of Doom3's lighting, but the dark corridors and the Imp-like Vampires jumping out at you scared me a few times...
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3.0 out of 5 stars It lasts 4 four hours and that's okay. June 4, 2007
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
It took about 4 hours to complete this game on the easy setting. I found the graphics quite good, especially if the advanced options are set to the max. Since it is a 4 year old game, present day computers have no problems with that.

You only get to carry 2 weapons at the same time. I mostly used the Lawgiver. It is a "do-it-all" gun with multiple kinds of ammo like armor piercing and incendiary. The enemy is subpar though. You get to kill undead, vampires and death cultists and their only strategy is to rush you or shoot you in plain sight. They are cannon fodder. I expected a little more from the bosses. Of the four of them, you defeat three without firing a single shot. That was disapointing.

The levels are big and there is some semblance of choice to get to the final objective but it is pretty linear. For the 4 hours that the game lasted, it was fun but I felt a little bored at the end.
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