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Bleszinski explains why Gears of War: Judgment isn't about E-Day or the Pendulum Wars

Gears of War: Judgment is a prequel, and takes place a few months after Emergence Day when the Locust first popped their heads up from underground and began their assault on the human population of Sera. But fans have wondered why Epic didn't aim to highlight a different part of the timeline in the...

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Gears of War: Judgment gameplay trailer smirks in the face of danger

If we've learned anything from the very first gameplay video of Gears of War: Judgment, it's that subterranean creatures are still super gross, and shooting them into gooey pieces still looks remarkably satisfying. In fact, everything about this video looks exceptionally Gears of Wars-y, although ...

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Gears of War: Judgment out in 2013 [Update: Trailer added!]

Gears of War: Judgment will launch in 2013, Epic Games revealed at Microsoft's E3 press conference today. Game Informer has details on OverRun, a new multiplayer mode in Judgment. Update: We've added the game's first trailer!...

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Bulletstorm studio involved in new Gears of War game

It seems that last year's rumors were at least in part true, and that Bulletstorm studio People Can Fly is involved in the latest Gears of War project. Epic Games president Mike Capps admitted as much on Twitter, where he said, "YES YES YES!" when asked whether the recently announced Gears of War t...

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Epic considered Bulletstorm sequel, but found project that's a 'better fit' for People Can Fly

During a post-panel interview at PAX East, Epic Games president Mike Capps admitted he thought about letting People Can Fly loose on a Bulletstorm sequel. He even admitted that there had been some "initial development" completed on a sequel. "We thought a lot about a sequel, and had done some initi...

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Best of the Rest: Arthur's picks of 2011

Battlefield 3 I love Battlefield 3. I love it almost as much as it seems to hate its players. At least, that's the way it feels sometimes, trying to get into a game, trying to get correctly squaded up, trying to find a server with room, having to use a server browser on consoles in 2011, down...

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Best of the Rest: Dave's picks of 2011

Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP This masterpiece is 98 percent of the reason I bought an iPad. Okay, maybe not quite -- it's more like 99 percent -- but Sword & Sworcery is a puzzle so perfect in its assembly, I haven't fully recovered. I'm sad I won't ever again experience the drive ...

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People Can Fly doing Gears of War prequel trilogy 'a likely scenario,' says OXM

Here we are, roughly six years into the "next-generation" lifecycle and we're seeing the third installments of major franchises. In a one-year period, we'll see Resistance 3, Modern Warfare 3, Uncharted 3, Mass Effect 3, Assassin's Creed: Revolution (sort of), and Gears of War 3. And while not al...

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Bulletstorm devs shocked by how much swearing was in their own game

The October issue of Game Developer's magazine features a postmortem on foul-mouthed shooter Bulletstorm, which includes one of the greatest anecdotes on cross-cultural development ever. If you've ever had a foreign friend just learning how to swear in your native tongue, you can totally see ...

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Bulletstorm worth making despite not being profitable, says Epic

Speaking with Kotaku, Epic President Mike Capps lamented Bulletstorm's financial performance, saying that the title "didn't make money for us." However, despite its relatively poor sales, Capps implies that the game was still worth making, and that Epic-owned developer People Can Fly is more to t...

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