Gears of War 4 is the Xbox One’s big exclusive title this holiday season, so naturally Microsoft is doing all it can to make sure that it sells a bajillion copies. And so they’ve announced two new bundle options that pair GoW4 with the new Xbox One S.
Fans of the latest game in the Gears of War franchise will be able to get their hands on a new map pack for the game this week. The DLC is called Call to Arms and adds new multiple player maps and other content.
The chainsaw-equipped Lancer rifle from Gears of War is a favorite among prop makers, but Ryan Palsen and his wife Dena – known together as Kronos Props – just put another weapon from the series in the spotlight.
Fans of Epic Game’s Gears of War franchise will love this papercraft version of the game’s Snub Pistol. Of course, the only damage this thing deals is paper cuts, but that’s okay. It’s worth some blood to make this beauty.
Gears of War fans are going to love this new Gears themed controller from Evil Controllers. Are those bullet buttons? Why yes they are. I love how the skulls on red background look nice and dimensional as well.
Pay attention Gears of War fans! It looks like we now know a bit more about what to expect from the next installment of Cliffy B.’s gaming masterwork.
Now we can’t say with 100% certainty that these rumors are true, but the guys over at GossipGamers tell us that an unnamed Russian gaming magazine leaked the following details about Gears of War 3:
Epic states that Gears of War 3 will end Marcus Fenix’s trilogy, but the series will continue in the forms of spin-offs, prequels, and even a new genre supposedly.
A new trailer for Capcom’s upcoming game Lost Planet 2 has popped up in the Xbox Live Marketplace that features Gears of War’s Marcus Fenix and Dominic Santiago battling the Akrids.
Eurogamer thinks that the two will be downloadable characters (only for the Xbox 360 version of course), and will play no role in the story of the game.
If you’re going to go custom, you might as well go all the way with it–at least, that seems to be the philosophy this modder embraced for this Gears of War-inspired Xbox 360 controller. Not content simply to slap on a custom design, velocitti added the franchise’s logo and brightened up the blood-red skull with a nice LED glow.
Add a few artful paint spatters for that oh-my-god-there’s-blood-everywhere affect (hey, it’s a violent game) and this has got to be the perfect controller for Gears of War.
The Gears of War geeks over at Gearspedia describe Imulsion as “a phosphorescent, highly volatile, low-viscosity fluid originally discovered by an oil exploration drill on the planet Sera.” They go on to say “direct exposure to Imulsion for any length of time will cause Locust subjects to transform into Lambent forms, making them, amongst other things, highly explosive when killed.
Gears of War is notable for a lot of reasons, but the Lancer is certainly among the most memorable. Not convinced? Repeat these two words to yourself: chainsaw bayonet. Do that ten times, and then try to argue against the incredibility of the Lancer.
Sure, it’s only April, but you know what they say–every year, it’s earlier with the Christmas decorations, so why not beat the rush? It’s tempting when we’re talking about five bucks for handmade ornaments featuring iconic images from popular Xbox 360 games.
TheLemonadeStandShop may have a whimsical name, but Master Chief is serious business.
Here’s a dark and disturbing Gears of War Xbox 360 casemod that would make Cliffy B. himself proud.
Modder DFW Monkie, the same guy who brought us this creepy alligator Xbox 360, has outdone himself this time with his new Gears 360.
The case features an intricate sculptural Gears of War logo, complete with a skull and gear that glows in an ominous red light up when the console is on.
He built this custom case using lots and lots of layers of Bondo, and painstakingly hand sculpting it before coating it in a deep black paint job to make it look nearly as imposing as the first time you ever ran into a Berserker.
When the Red Rings of Death fire up on this console, it’s actually a good thing.
Recently, it was revealed that Gears of War for the Xbox 360 had broken sales records with over 2 million copies sold since “Emergence Day” back in October 2006. Now it looks as if the dude with the disturbingly large head, the ruler of all things meat, Burger King may be giving Marcus Fenix and gang a run for their money.
According to a press release that hit the wire today, the collection of cheapie $3.99
It turns out that the gruff, gun-toting protagonist of hit Xbox 360 game, Gears of War is actually voiced by the same guy responsible for the voice of Bender from TV’s Futurama.
Actor John Di Maggio, is responsible for voicing the two incredibly different fictitious characters.