Entries in 'gears of war' (20)
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Microsoft set somewhat of a trend when it broke the mold with its 2006 Gears of War trailer, and now that classic has been revisited for the game’s re-release.
Gears of War, Unreal Tournament and Fortnite studio Epic has shutdown its forums after confirming they had been breached by a hacker.
Microsoft has announced that a Gears of War Ultimate Edition and Xbox One hardware bundle is coming out.
Microsoft’s brutal third-person shooter had a big showing at E3 with two new games. MCV looks at the tie-in products set to raise cheers for Gears
The HD upgrade of Xbox 360 title Gears of War is coming to PC, too.
You know what we thought about Microsoft’s 2015 E3 press conference (spoiler: It was good), but what about the rest of the games industry?
Gears of War is getting somewhat of a rebrand for its latest instalment.
A new Gears of War site has been opened ahead of Microsoft’s E3 media briefing.
Microsoft’s pre-E3 press conference will start at 5:30pm in the UK on Monday, June 15th – 9:30am in Los Angeles.
Black Tusk Studios, the developer behind the next Gears of War, has renamed itself The Coalition.
One of the Xbox 360’s defining shooters could be set to make a return on the Xbox One, if reports are to be believed.
Black Tusk is already known to be working on a new Gears of War, and now it’s recruiting some of the series’ original talent.
Gears of War creator Cliff Bleszinski is officially coming "out of retirement" and returning to game development.
Former Xbox Live policy and enforcement director Stephen Toulouse has rejoined Microsoft.
Former Epic developer and Gears of War designer Cliff Bleszinski has celebrated yesterday’s sale of the Gears of War IP to Microsoft.
Gears of War is and forever will be a Microsoft-only IP.
2K Games has formed a new San Francisco-based studio to be led by Gears of War and Bioshock Infinite vet, Rod Fergusson.
Microsoft hopes that it can one day bring its incredibly successful Xbox 360 franchise Gears of War to Xbox One.