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Gears of War: Judgement (Xbox 360)

by Microsoft
Xbox 360
 Ages 18 and Over
3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (227 customer reviews)
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Xbox 360
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 18 and Over Suitable for 18 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 18. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 18 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B00A66PAE4
  • Product Dimensions: 13.6 x 1.6 x 19 cm ; 82 g
  • Release Date: 22 Mar. 2013
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (227 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 397 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Product Description

Gears of War: Judgment

Gears of War: Judgment

Get ready for 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.

Available only on Xbox 360 and Xbox LIVE, the Gears of War series has sold more than 18 million copies worldwide.

A Riveting Campaign

Set years prior to the events of the previous Gears of War trilogy, Judgment centres on Kilo Squad, a troop of soldiers led by Damon Baird and Augustus Cole. They are joined by newcomers to the Gears series Sofia Hendrick and Garron Paduk, as they attempt to save the besieged city of Halvo Bay from a terrifying new enemy.

The planet Sera is 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.

A new Mission Declassification system lets players experience more challenging gameplay scenarios and achievements by uncovering critical information during the course of the campaign.

Faster and More Intense Combat

Experience a riveting gameplay experience that gets back to basics and captures the true essence of Gears combat, and introduces a new style of combat that's faster-paced and more action-packed than ever before.

Gears of War: Judgment introduces a new Smart Spawn System [S3] for both campaign and multiplayer action. This new system ensures each encounter is unique and new, as types, timing and locations of enemies change with each new encounter.

Explosive New Multiplayer Experiences

Enjoy brand-new multiplayer experiences, including OverRun, a thrilling new classbased competitive mode that pits Locust and COG soldiers in a head-to-head battle unlike anything Gears fans have experienced yet.

An objective-oriented mode that lets 5-player teams alternate between playing as Locusts and COG soldiers, OverRun marks the first time that a class-based, competitive multiplayer experience has been introduced in the Gears of War series, and amps up the addictive gameplay with a deep player progression system layered on top of the experience.

Play Gears of War:Judgment on Xbox LIVE

  • Play the campaign cooperatively with up to 3 friends online
  • Square off against waves of bots in the new Survival mode
  • The fan favourite Team Deathmatch returns
  • Experience the most intense head-to-head Gears multiplayer yet with OverRun and Free-for-All

Additional game modes will be announced at a later time.


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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
Back in 2006, XBox 360 gamers were treated to the first in the Gears Of War franchise, which was such an enormous success that it spawned two critically-acclaimed sequels in 2008 and 2011 that the gaming audience lapped up with aplomb. But surely that was it after that? After all, those three games completed a story, didn't they? Well, yes they did, but despite this, now we have Gears Of War: Judgment, which is actually set before the events of the first game (although to be fair there is a separate section called "Aftermath" in this new game that is set during a specific point that occurred in Gears Of War 3.

The first thing you notice about Judgment is the absence of familiar characters Marcus Fenix and Dominic Santiago. Instead we have Damon Baird and Augustus "Cole Train" Cole taking something more akin to centre stage, flanked by new members: Cadet Sofia Hendrick and former UIR (Union of Independent Republics) soldier Garron Paduk. Baird is actually in charge of Kilo Squad the same way that Marcus led Delta Squad in the preceding games.

The game is mostly told in flashbacks as Baird and the rest of Kilo Squad are being forced to stand trial at the mercy of Colonel Ezra Loomis after Baird took a frowned-upon action without authorisation. The gameplay is set during a series of such flashbacks as each of the members recounts to the court different moments during the time leading up to the event for which Baird is accused, and it is in these that you take control.

Each small section allows you to collect three stars, which is part of a meter in the top corner that accumulates as you destroy members of the Locust Horde, and, as added pressure, if one of your team is downed then the meter depletes!
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Not as 'gears' as I would have liked. 26 Mar. 2013
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
I will start this review by saying I am a fan of the gears universe and not just the game. Ive read all the novels and graphic novels and have thoroughly gotten into the theme.

As far as the single player campaign goes, the structure has changed slightly with the introduction of declassified missions. These arent missions as such but more stipulations for the next combat segment, for example you may only be allowed to use pistols or you might start with no ammo. These do make the segments more difficult but also it makes every fight different. No longer can you run through the whole game with your favourite weapon if you want the full experience. My only gripe with these missions are the timed missions, as I prefer to play at my own pace.

The levels are split into segments, but any experienced gears player will have noticed that in all the gears games the fights were pre scripted in specific areas, so all this does is give you a defined break. You will earn stars depending on your success in each segment to unlock things.

As far as the story goes, suprisingly they have decided not to use the full back catalogue of characters. Paduk and Sofia are ok but nothing stands out. Cole and Baird seem a bit toned down from gears 3. You can tell karen traviss did not write this game. It feels like a video game designer wrote it, so back to the bland cliches of gears 1.

Another dissapointment is Karn, the end boss. Im not going to spoil anything but he is no general raam. I beat him first time.

Horde has gone and has been replaced by survival, which is just co-op overun. The overun mode itself is very good, pitting a team of cogs against a team of locust, swapping sides and seeing who does the best destroying the generator.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Gears of flop 2 Jun. 2014
By Matt
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An alright game by itself but by no way does it surpass or live up to it's expectations or hype as a gears game.

You can have fun for a limited amount of time before it gets dull and repetitive and is in no way a balanced game. As a gears veteran changes have been made that are just ridiculous such as the shotgun shield that was patched in gears of war two has actually been made a playable thing. Along with no dbno system, no recticle widening with the sniper, overpowered weapons, instant melee attack, easy two-piece (with any weapon), button layout problems with the tac com being on the d-pad (when the RB button does nothing) which you can't just tap it stays on the tac com screen and the two weapon set-up where you press y to instantly change weapons. You have to pay for about 9/10 of the skins and the ones you can unlock require no difficulty whatsoever and the plain fact that carmine is not a playable character when he is one of the biggest in the series.

There are so many other faults that I can name with this game. Fun for time killing but other than that, no more than just an arcade shooter.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Single player leaves a lot to be desired... 27 Dec. 2014
By Jack
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See those two stars coloured in? Those are for the multiplayer. The ones that are not? Those are for the single player, which is more than half of what a game is worth for me. This game is intended to be a sort of 'wrap up' to some unanswered questions from what I could gather, like: "Who the hell are Baird and Cole?" And "Where did those characters come from?". Still awaiting decent answers.

I will start with the multiplayer here, so that we can begin on a high note, since the game might be worth buying if you wanted it just for this. It can be compared to the same fast-paced action of the other games, although I do prefer GOW3 (and that had a decent single player, so I would recommend that over this). The gnasher still reigns supreme at close range, with the chainsaw being the only counter other than another gnasher (nobody uses the other shotgun that often), the sniper is still a difficult yet effective choice, the torque bow still makes people mad and the grenades are so satisfying to use. These are the points that make a Gears multiplayer for me, and this game, to a slightly rebalanced sense, brings them back to the table.

Other than that, I see no real reason not to take GOW3 over this. The maps are not as good (all five or so of them), the guns handle worse and the female characters have the hitbox of a stick insect (so choose a lovely lady to take onto the battlefield like everyone else if you don't want to loose too badly). The multiplayer is not what makes a game for me, and this is why I can only give it two and not three of the special golden stars.

The single player... oh why do you torment us so? This was absolutely no fun whatsoever.
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