Gears of War: Judgment for Xbox 360
Xbox 360

Gears of War: Judgment

Mar 19, 2013
8.42
playscore
Good
124th of 1221

Trailer, Gameplay, & Screenshots

About this game

Developer: Epic Games
Content Rating: Mature

Summary

In the immediate aftermath of Emergence Day, the fate of the world rests on the shoulders of young COG lieutenant Damon Baird and his team - Kilo Squad. As the world of Sera is destroyed around them, Kilo must rise up, break the rules and take the fight to a horrifying new enemy in this blockbuster prequel to one of the most celebrated franchises in gaming history.

Gamer Reviews

74033 Reviews
8.96
whatoplay
0 review
NA
Feb 29, 2020
Honestly this was the least good game in the series and it doesn't really offer anything of note really. The only things I really liked about this game was the boss fight and the new Markza sniper rifle. Besides that then I didn't feel like this game was any different or better than the previous entries.
Kingdave44

Kingdave44

Oct 9, 2020
7.50
Martin Ruiz

Martin Ruiz

May 19, 2020
7.70
Dida73

Dida73

Feb 27, 2020
1.00

Aggregate Gamer Reviews

Critic Reviews

42 Reviews
7.88
Smosh GamesMar 21, 2013
9.20
Mithch DyerMar 17, 2013
People Can Fly is exactly what Gears of War needed. The Bulletstorm developer brings a bold new energy to Epic Games’ excellent (but overly familiar) action series. It presents such refreshing and disruptive ideas to Gears of War: Judgment's campaign that it has an effect comparable to the original’s in 2006. During the introduction, the sights are almost impossibly beautiful. Halfway through, I realized this is the best third-person shooter around. By the end, it's clear that it’s paving a path other developers could (and hopefully will) follow.
Justin SpeerMar 18, 2013
Gears of War: Judgment tells the story of a squad that refuses to do things by the book, but while it risks a certain amount of backlash from fans that balk at its minor changes, this soldier is content to operate within established parameters and focus on doing his job, one twenty-minute-or-so mission at a time. It’s solid, it’s capable, it fits with the identity of the series. In short, it’s Gears.

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