From one of gaming’s most acclaimed sagas, Gears is bigger than ever, with five thrilling modes and the deepest campaign yet. With all-out war descending, Kait Diaz breaks away to uncover her connection to the enemy and discovers the true danger to Sera – herself.
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I have not been this surprised with a game in a while. The Coalition blew my expectations out of the water. Especially after the competent but sub-par Gears 4.
The new characters are no longer shitty. JD is genuinely going through cool shit. Del is also a fully fleshed character now. The plot is advancing and going into interesting areas that I've felt Gears always should have gone into. The enemies are all fixed. The robots are now fun to fight. The Setpieces are incredible and some of them are series best.
I also like the open areas. They slow down the pace so i get why some don't like it but the skiff is fun to use and there's some good character stuff that happens.
The weapons feel as great as they ever did. The movement is fluid. The balance is better too. I felt like I was finding strong weapons more frequently than I was in Gears 4.
The Coalition has not only fully redeemed themselves in my eyes. They also made the best Gears game.
Had a go at the horde mode there, impressively unexciting stuff, a big blur of indistinguishable gun-toting hulks, all brown on brown. Typical mad menus too, though at least they don't have that circular cursor you drag everywhere. Just made me appreciate Salmon Run all the more.
The Coalition ha encontrado su dirección, lo ha hecho manteniéndose fiel a lo que siempre fue Gears, pero añadiéndole una mano de pintura que lo hace diferente. Hay mucho camino para pulir las novedades, pero este juego es uno de los mejores TPS de la generación.