Set years prior to the events of the previous Gears of War trilogy, Judgment centers on Kilo Squad, a troop of soldiers led by Damon Baird and Augustus “The Cole Train” 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. Gears of War: Judgment introduces 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.
“War, war never changes.” Soldiers fall below their authorities and their guidelines without question, while naysayers are deemed “weak links” and stripped of any past recognition. It’s a noble system, but what happens when one is faced with disrespecting their higher ups to save the very soldiers they fight alongside? This is Gears of War: Judgment, and EPIC has set out to reinvent their blockbuster series without their bulked hero, Marcus Fenix, and without a story that falls after the events of Gears of War 3. It’s a different path for sure, but an honorable one at that – one fans will welcome with open arms. Yes, Gears of War: Judgment is a prequel, and yes it’s centered around the always-cunning Damon Baird and his... Read Review