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Most effective Gears of War 3 weapon, not all about shotguns

There has been much talk as to what is the most effective Gears of War 3 weapon, and for the most part it is the shotgun, but it’s not all about them — well maybe in multiplayer. For those of you who know your guns, the Sawed-Off is very effective in close range, but if you are after anything in the distant, then forget it.

Lee Perry, the man behind designing GoW 3 has been sharing details with OXM, and seems to have a thing for the shotgun, having used them in many games they can do a job well, but would you want to go around using the same weapon — talk about boring? We do worry that Gears of War 3 (here’s list of mutators) is a game about Gnashers, but this is a personal opinion, will be interesting to see what weapon you will prefer.

Fans of the game fear that there is not a balance between rifles and shotguns, but one thing is certain, you will need to change your tactics when playing. However, this has raised a question that those who are so used to using a Gnasher will be able to wipe the floor with a player with hardly no skill at all, as this would become boring in multiplayer — isn’t this the same with every game like this?

However, what Gears of War 3 will do is make you better as a player, as you are forced too. No longer can you run around and kill a person that is much better than you, you need to earn that right. However, a one-weapon game does not sound that interesting to me, how about you?

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Written by Peter Chubb

Peter has been writing on Product-Reviews since 2007 and in that time much has changed for him, like his hair having more grey than brown now. He loves gadgets and cars, and gets excited when big events come up, such as CES and the big auto shows.

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