THE FUTURE OF DREDD

For all of Dredd Month I’ve looked at Judge Dredd games from the past, so to close out the event, I’d like to look into the potential future for the character in the video game world. 1) POINT ONE: JUDGE DREDD WOULD MAKES A GREAT FPS CHARACTER If Judge Dredd: Dredd Vs. Death and Judge…

REVIEW: JUDGE DREDD (PSOne)

When it comes to comic book video games, certain things should go together like cereal and milk: Swinging around as Spider-Man, mowing down thugs with automatic weapon in the shoes of the Punisher, and stalking criminals in the shadows of Gotham City in the role of Batman. One concept that seems like a slam dunk…

REVIEW: JUDGE DREDD (GAME BOY)

Where there’s a 16-bit video game to tie into a major motion action picture, there’s inevitably a Game Boy game as well. The question that has to be asked with most conversions to the under-powered Game Boy handheld is how well a developer can capture the experience that is found on the home consoles. In…

THIS SEPTEMBER, THINGS GET A LITTLE DREDD-FUL IN DREDD MONTH

If you came in to visit the site today, you may notice something a little bit different in the top banner. That’s because in celebration of the release of the criminally underrated film “Dredd” in North American theaters two years ago, this September is Dredd Month. What this means is that the start of each…

REVIEW: JUDGE DREDD (SNES)

Ask many what their problem with movie or licensed video games is and you’ll probably see some of the following: It’s a rushed cash-in job that’s not very fun to play and it isn’t very long, and both would be correct a very high percentage of the time, especially in the 16-bit era. Almost every…