Gears of War 3 Walkthrough

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  • Chapter Three

    1. Who missed vehicle levels? Anyone? Anyone? Well, tough, you get one anyway.
    2. You get a 180-degree field of fire. This gun doesn’t cool down, rather it has to recharge to get more ammo. You’ll be dogged by Reavers and subjected to some very rough driving. Blow three imulsion pipelines in a row to clear your path.
    3. Next is a section with lots of Corpsers. Honestly, unless you’re playing on a very challenging difficulty, while cinematic as all hell, this section isn’t too challenging. You drive over as many of them as you kill. Mama shows up, blast her, you move on.
    4. In the next section, you’ll be jumped by a junior corpser and have to drop a couple of Reavers. Then you’ll be pinned down and have to fight off a couple of waves or drones and a few riders, but with your big-ass gun it’s not too tough.
    5. The final run includes a LOT of explosive barrels, which help, but mostly unless you really let the team down, you’ll be fine for the home stretch.
    6. ACHIEVEMENT: You get 10 points for the Lost Your Good Driver Discount.

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    5 Comments on Gears of War 3 Walkthrough


    On September 15, 2011 at 12:21 pm

    OMG these videos are riddled with thpoilers!


    On September 19, 2011 at 6:24 am

    Awesome! This walkthrough is hot linked and will be invaluable during my 1st playthru. great job!!


    On September 22, 2011 at 5:09 pm

    What if i beat the game and didnt get the “Ain’t My First Rodeo” achievement? did i do something wrong


    On September 29, 2011 at 9:16 pm



    On September 30, 2011 at 8:18 pm

    God that voice over guy is annoying as hell. He makes the videos unwatchable, especially when he tries to make his voice sound all macho and manly. He sounds like a little boy who’s trying to talk like the characters in the game.