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Judge Dredd: Dredd vs Death (Xbox)

Platform : Xbox
7 customer reviews

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  • 11 single player chapters
  • 10 weapons
  • Over 50 characters
  • 16 multiplayer modes, 10 multiplayer maps
  • For 1-4 players
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Game Information

  • Platform:   Xbox
  • ELSPA Minimum Age: 15
  • Media: Video Game

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  • ASIN: B00009QI45
  • Product Dimensions: 18.8 x 13.6 x 1.4 cm ; 141 g
  • Release Date: 17 Oct. 2003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 8,416 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Product Description

Judge Dredd vs Judge Death is based on the legendary comic strip Judge Dredd. This first-person shooter is seen through the eyes of Judge Dredd as he patrols the mean streets of the stunningly realised future metropolis, Mega-City One. Dredd finds himself having to deal with the full spectrum of criminal behaviour, from littering and caffeine abuse to saving the city from the utterly evil Judge Death.

Judge Dredd vs Judge Death features a unique new storyline, but one that fits in perfectly with the continuity of the comic with a full cast of characters from the Judge Dredd stories, including Judge Anderson and the Dark Judges, and many of the famous Mega-City One locations. The history and character of the Judge Dredd stories is absolutely central to gameplay. For instance, because Dredd must obey the law he upholds and react according to the severity of all crimes, gamers won't be able to just blast their way through the game, shooting petty criminals at will (not unless they fancy spending the rest of their life breaking rocks on Titan).

Amazon.co.uk Review

2000AD fans have had to put up with a lot over the years, from a rubbish Stallone film to a gazillion rubbish video games; now some drokking games company has gone and bought 2000AD and turned Judge Dredd's life as a street judge into a first-person shooter. Actually, that last isn't necessarily a bad thing because Dredd vs Death really isn't as bad as we might have expected.

The Death in question is, of course, Dredd's dimension-hopping evil nemesis who, along with his fellow dark judges, has popped over to Mega-City One to, well, kill everyone. There's also been a nasty outbreak of vampirism, which means that Dredd has been working overtime. Although it's an FPS, there's more storyline here than normal and Dredd has the option to arrest perps instead of just shooting them dead with his lawgiver--indeed, if he doesn't get the balance right between lenience and severity he'll be in trouble with his superiors.

The world of Dredd vs Death looks exactly like the comics books and all of Dredd's equipment, from the lawmaster motorbike to the multiple-warhead lawgiver, are in full effect; there is however less of the trademark dark humour than many fans would wish. It's a good buy for fans of ol' stony face, but by no means one of the best first-person shooters available. --David Jenkins


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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Jamie Reeves on 22 Jan. 2004
As a fan of Judge Dredd for over twenty years I am absolutely delighted with the way this game has been produced. It really captures the essence of the comic books and the environments are so perfectly put together that you really feel that you are following a story from the Dredd comic strip.
I think that the lawmeter is a great touch to the game, the more arrests you make (as opposed to killing the perps) is well thought out. I also like the fact that if the perps resist arrest, then a quick burst from your lawgiver can have them throwing down their guns and assuming the position.
Haven't finished the game yet, so there may be some vehicle features in here, but I would have liked to have seen some maybe a couple of levels on the lawmaster or in a prowl tank or zipper bike would have been nice.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 5 Oct. 2003
I was amazed by this game. It has so many innovations. Its great to be able to arrest the bad guys and not gun down everything in your way. I think this is a unique feature of this game. It runs really smoothly on the Xbox, and was not too difficult for me on normal mode, though I got hammered on hard difficulty! The scoring system is really interesting and depends on how you behave. Behave and play like a 'lawman' and you get a higher score and unlock multiplayer and arcade modes. Hehave like a scumbag and get taken out by the good guys! Fantastic, and highly recommended.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 28 Oct. 2005
True to the story,good graphics,very playable and the other sections of the game like battle which you get for completing levels of the story are varied and good and with many of your own options to change around.I really like it myself.Thanks.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By "firefighterwillum" on 19 Jan. 2004
This is the first game by Oxford developers Rebellion after buying 2000AD and all the rights to it, Will it be the first in a long line of 2000AD influenced games? we will see!.
The game is based in Mega city 1 a huge sprawling city set in the future after a nuclear war, The city is policed by the Judges and they have the power of judge jury and executioner.
You play one such judge by the name of Dread as he attempts to stop the four dark judges on various levels set in Mega City 1.
There is a range of guns to use but the best is your standard issue "lawgiver" a gun with various fire modes including ricochet,high explosive and even ricochet! which can be used on the various bad guys in the game(try setting people on fire!).
The game features "rag doll physics" this means the bodys crumble and fall in a life like manner as you blast them all over the place.
The graphics are good but the city never really feels like a city as the streets are a bit deserted! but there are a lot of nice touches and jokes(keep an eye out for the Grot Pot advert! pot noodle anyone?!).
As you play the game you get points for arresting perps(bad guys) but you lose points for killing innocent people! so watch your aim!, As you play through the game you unlock characters and multiplayer game modes which are great fun!.
All in all a good game and lives up to the 2000AD name now i just have to wait for the Rogue Trooper game!.
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