Gears of War 3: RAAM's Shadow, carries good action and a refreshing way to wreak havoc but the disappointing point of the Gears of War 3: RAAM's Shadow is that, it is shackled by uneven pacing and a sober narrative.
Series' signature combat is in fine form.
Human characterization isn't great
Slow sections diminish excitement.
If you have played the first Gears of War, then you might remember the name RAAM, who is a lumbering Locust and he becomes the primary antagonist of the first downloadable campaign for Gears of War 3, RAAM's Shadow. The action of the RAAM's Shadow DLC is is inevitably great, with a few chortles and some fresh charges, but the crinkly pacing and abrupt setting make this feel like a step back for the concession.
Minh Young Kim
Tai Kaliso or a Theron Elite in multiplayer.
Gears of War 3: RAAM's Shadow :
Publisher: Microsoft Studios
Released: December 13, 2011
MSRP: $14.99 / 1200 Microsoft Points
In the Gears of War 3: RAAM's Shadow, you play as Michael Barrick and Zeta team, a team lead by Lt. Kim from the original Gears. Zeta team consists of the aforementioned Kim, Barrick, a younger, slimmer Tai Kaliso from Gears 2, and a new character named Alicia Valera who is voiced by Alicia Tyler. The story tells the two sides simultaneously though as you control the General RAAM and some of his elite soldiers.
The DLC is a three plus hours of intense action.