Via the mighty Ugly Geezer on Twitter – “Gears 3” is £25.00 at Morrisons when you buy 2100 Microsoft Space points – for a total of £43.99. Pretty darned good if you’re into Gears multiplayer and, more so, if you’re going to pick up the Season Pass.
Daily Archives: 09/19/2011
Yes, it’s not quite as bananas as it looks to be on PC. Yes, it is still looking quite amazing.
It’s hard not to see how this would find its way into the home of any gamer also looking forward to “Modern Warfare 3” this Autumn.
Dealspwn have a post on their site at the minute rounding up the best UK prices for “Gears of War 3”. If you want to grab the game new, Best Buy seem to have the best price online at the moment, at £32.99.
If trade-ins are more your thing, HMV will give you “Gears 3” for £1.99 if you trade-in “Dead Island”, or a fairly standard £37.99 if you rock up and buy it full price. The next best deal seems to be Game’s offering of £4.99 if you trade in “Warhammer 40K: Space Marine”, “Driver: San Francisco” or “Dead Island”.
Of course, the supermarkets haven’t yet weighed in what they’re going to charge…
Joystiq have a story and video on the multi-player characters, and the leaked weapons skins which will launch as DLC with the imminent release of Epic Games/Microsoft’s Xbox 360 blockbuster, “Gears of War 3”.
Much as I love me some “Gears”, I can’t see me dropping MS points on pretty-pretties for my guns in a game which I’m going to have my ass handed to me in on a awe-inspiringly regular basis. Also, none of these guns are rainbow-farting unicorns, which is – you know – a thing.
Does anybody else get a distinctive, “Horse Armour” vibe?
Titled “The Last Stand of Riddick”, this gives you more of a glimpse at the tone that all concerned are aiming for. With Ridley Scott directing a new, sort-of “Alien” movie and the forthcoming Neill Blomkamp epic “Elysium”, it appears that we may get some proper science fiction movies in the multiplex in the next 18 months, for which I am grateful.