Anyone else's mouth not watering? Yeah, we've got the darn thing pre-ordered, we'll be there in line at midnight with the rest of you, and, once home, we'll be tearing through the cellophane with the usual patience of a two-year-old. We get it, it's meatier, moister and more tender than the first one, but gosh this bird
sure looks and smells like the first one Epic served up two years ago.
Admit it, it's odd to think that a potential Game of the Year -- at least, sure to be a critical and commercial success -- is one we, who obsess over this industry, are not obsessing about. Gears of War 2
is just a sure bet. So sure that we don't have to think about it. Was there ever any doubt the game wouldn't "go gold" well in time for its November launch
(that's today's news, by the way)? It's not that something's missing, it's that everything's there. Gears 2
is utter professionalism: excellence in design, execution and marketing, right down to the dropped
"y." Almost bland tasting, isn't it?