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Epic Games is hoping to shake things up a bit for Gears of War: Judgment. Co-developing the game with People Can Fly helps with that effort, but the team behind the game is stressing their new approach to storytelling, controls, and game design as well. We spoke to the studio's director of production Rod Fergusson about the design cues the prequel takes from first-person shooter and iOS games, the balance of betraying fans, and what this entry means for the next generation of Gears of War games. Watch the video below and let us know what you think of the new direction for the series in the comments section.
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I hope the story is darker and can explore the horrors of war like in gears 1 and 2. I hope MP is better with the weapon balancing and modes. Nonetheless i can not wait!!!
Can't wait :D
It will be fine.
Sounds cool! Can't wait to try it out. :)
Hahahahahahahaha. No thx, I'll wait for Epic to put it on sale....2 months after launch.
That man has three different colors in his hair.
Really like where this is headed but I'm still a bit skeptical on the new MP.