Excerpt: When it comes to comic-book adaptations, it's fair to say that Judge Dredd has had a harder time than most. The universe in which he resides is a far cry from that of most superheroes - a dark, dystopian vision of the future in which the law is tough and Judge Dredd a cut-above the rest; a good man...
Pros: Nice settings and backdrops, cool arrests and weaponry, co - op story
Cons: One - Player is too hard, some technical problems, not a patch on TimeSplitters 3
Summary: imagine a game that ignored the developments of AIs and graphics. imagine a game that not only did not try and have a decent story line but was bad when it came to the actual game play. this is judge dread and more.
Summary: My husband has always been a big fan of Judge Dredd (used to have the RPG book etc, got rid of it, brought it again). So the day he decided to get this game my eyes rolled back in my head, yet another attempt for him to have a go at a game i won't like (or so I thought), I trudged out of the shop,...
Summary: I being a big fan of Judge Dredd ever since getting my first 2000AD comics, that would have been about 1989, and have been getting them since. I thought the movie was brilliant as well. Anyway, fast-forward to last year, and 'Judge Dredd: Dredd Versus Death' is released.
Summary: No where near as slick as Medal Of Honour but a cracking game for the fan Mega City One looks brill and Dredd actually sounds right (no one mention sly) Game play a little sticky in places but worth it