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Gears of War 3 RAAM's Shadow DLC Achievements Revealed

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Attention Achievement Hunters!  Epic Games has revealed the first 10 achievements that come with RAAM's Shadow, the upcoming DLC for Gears of War 3

In addition to "a riveting new story, a dynamite cast of new and returning characters", Raam's Shadow offers 10 new achievements to boost your Gamerscore by 250 points.  The achievements and value are listed below.

  • Welcome to Zeta – Complete “RAAM’s Shadow” in Standard Campaign on any difficulty. (25 points)
  • Some Friendly Competition – Completed “RAAM’s Shadow” in Arcade on any difficulty.  (25 points)
  • Help from my Friends – Completed “RAAM’s Shadow” in 4 player co-op in Arcade or Standard Mode. (25 points)
  • Finger of Doom – As RAAM, kill 50 gears using your Kryll.  (15 points)
  • I’m Rubber, You’re Glue – As Mauler, kill 10 Gears by reflecting their bullets using your shield. (15 points)
  • Death from Above – Using the Hammer of Dawn Command Center, kill 50 Locust.  (15 points)
  • Unarmed and Dangerous – Using the Loader, kill 10 Locust.  (15 points)
  • Ghosts from the Past – Play 10 matches of Versus as a member of Zeta (Barrick, Tai, Minh, or Valera) (Standard or Casual).  (15 points)
  • Foreshadowing – As RAAM, execute Minh 10 times in Versus MP (Standard or Casual). (25 points)
  • Zeta Team, Go! – Complete waves 1 – 10 of Horde with 5 players as Zeta (Barrick, Tai, Minh, Valera, and Jace).  (75 points)

RAAM's Shadow debuts on the Xbox LIVE Marketplace on December 13th for 1,200 Microsoft Points ($15).  Of course, for Season Pass holders the DLC comes free.

If you don't currently own the game you can get it discounted at Best Buy which includes 800 MP for FREE!

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