Gears of War


For those looking to liven up their “Gears of War” costume, then check out this Nerf Gun turned Lancer, complete with LEDs. Video after the break. Click here for first picture in gallery.

These guys got an assault rifle, a mechanic chainsaw and a bunch of LEDs to create a Gears of War Lancer gun. But even while they used a toy chainsaw and a Nerf N-Strike Longshot CS-6, the final result looks great in motion

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GT reviews the PC version of Gears of War, which “thrusts gamers into a deep and harrowing story of humankind’s epic battle for survival against the Locust Horde.” Video after the jump. Click here for first picture in gallery. Here’s the bottom line:

Epic’s year-old action beast proves just as enjoyable on PC as it was on Xbox 360. The mouse and keyboard allow for more precise control, and the graphics have been improved as well. With the additional single-player content, King of the Hill multiplayer mode, extra maps, and a map editor, Gears offers an even more impressive feature set than before

When is playing Gears of War not just playing Gears of War? When you play it on a $70,000 103-inch plasma TV. Video after the break.

Yeah, I’m standing way, way too close, and I did get pretty motion sick playing for more than five minutes, but it was totally worth it. The video, shot by enterprising videographer Alex Goldberg, includes commentary by Panasonic Display President Andrew Nelkin, who really loves himself some Wii Boxing

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