'Gears of War 3' trailer: dreamy music, deadly horde
Friday 02 September 2011
With not long to go until
Gears of War 3 makes a September 20 debut, its "Dust To Dust" trailer pairs the chaos of a sci-fi battlefield with a contemplative soundtrack.
Trilogy mainstays Marcus Fenix and Dominic Santiago face off against mankind's reptilian enemies, the Locust, and their mutant relatives, the Lambent.
The trailer footage is presented as a 49 second single sequence shot, as one long pan follows Marcus and co's escape from alien assault and flood.
These brothers in arms eventually convene around a downed aircraft, ready as ever to make a final stand.
Where the Xbox 360's Gears of War 3 is set on the planet Sera, the PlayStation 3's upcoming Resistance 3 takes place within an alternative 1950s earth - both tackle humanity's conflict with an alien race.
Gears of War 3 - Dust to Dust trailer: http://youtu.be/EL33KVbNtak
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