Look at your TV. It’s probably a puny 32 inches wide. Scoff. Scoff to the max. All the ladies are going to laugh at you, and you have no one to blame but yourself. Still, it’s not too late to regain some measure of pride, because alongside Microsoft SA, we’re going to give you the chance to win a much larger, and three-dimensionallier TV set. All you have to do, is know your Gears of War.
Possibly the most irritating aspect of the old Modern Warfare 3 title was the noobtube, or to give it the real name, the grenade launcher.
Just before quitting time last night Microsoft released a brand new Gears of War: Judgement multiplayer trailer which blew me away. Here is the breakdown of everything we saw in the trailer and what we are most looking forward to.
And as promised earlier via cryptic tweets we have the latest Gears of War: Judgement video that has just been released by Microsoft.
Now we all know that Australians aren’t really good for much but I’m happy to give them all the credit this morning for posting up 4 brand new Gears of War: Judgement videos showcasing the single player campaign and multiplayer; including a new game mode called Overrun.
For those of you who stayed up all night to watch the VGA’s this trailer isn’t anything new but for those of us who love our deep and unbroken sleep then you’ll be happy to know that the trailers from the VGA’s are leaking out onto the Internet and the first one I ran to was the Gears of War: Judgement trailer.
Being a self confessed Gears of War fanboy means that I’m always on the look out for new Gears of War news and obviously the announcement of Gears of War: Judgement at E3 was easily one my highlights of the show but the fact that no release date has been announced isn’t making me happy.
Looks like Geoff called it perfectly last week, when he surmised that the latest Gears game would be a numberless prequel. And boy, was he right.