Welcome to Mega-City One, a city of over 400 million people - every one of them a potential criminal. It is the third decade of the 22nd Century, unemployment is widespread, boredom is universal and only the Judges can prevent total anarchy. Empowered to dispense instant justice, they are Judge, Jury and Executioner all in one.
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Udgivelsesdato: 28. feb 2005

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Welcome to Mega-City One, a city of over 400 million people - every one of them a potential criminal. It is the third decade of the 22nd Century, unemployment is widespread, boredom is universal and only the Judges can prevent total anarchy. Empowered to dispense instant justice, they are Judge, Jury and Executioner all in one. The most feared and respected of all the Judges is you, Judge Dredd.
Patrol the streets and mete out instant justice wherever it is needed. The Psi-Judges are predicting a terrible plague — is this the sudden outbreak of Vampires on the city, and are they the work of the malevolent Dark Judges?
  • JUDGE, JURY and EXECUTIONER it's your choice to shoot to kill, or disarm and arrest
  • Two-player co-operative LAN play throughout the entirety of the immersive storyline
  • Intense LAN action for up to 32 players
  • Customizable multiplayer games with enemy bots
  • Choose from over 60 characters for insane mayhem!


    • Understøttede OS: Microsoft® Windows® XP/Vista
    • Processor: Intel Pentium III eller AMD Athlon 700 MHz computer eller tilsvarende
    • Grafik: 32 MB grafikkort der understøtter "Transform and Lighting" (GeForce 1, ATI Radeon 7500 eller bedre)
    • Lyd: Windows-kompatibelt lydkort
    • DirectX Version: DirectX 9.0
    • Hukommelse: 128 MB RAM
    • Harddisk: 1,5 GB ledig harddiskplads
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Indsendt: 10. juni
It's so bad it loops around and becomes a masterpiece.

I punched everyone during the tutorial, and they sent a killsquad after me.
I hid behind the plexiglass in the jump and crouch course, and they couldn't pathfind around it, but there was a hole big enough for me to punch through. I punched a guys shin until he died and took his gun, then shot the guns out of the hands of all the kill squad members and stole them, leaving them unarmed. After that I shot them in the knees and watched them play the ridiculous limb crippled animation over and over until they died from a broken knee.
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Indsendt: 17. juni
This game is hilariously bad. If your a fan of the comics of even Dredd it will please you but if your a fan of anything else it might give you a good time or make you laugh.

You get to be the law.
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Indsendt: 5. august
This is probably the most fun game you will ever buy. Especially if you think Stallone's voice or the movie judge dredd was funny like me. Graphics arent pretty but performance is tight

Arresting is funny how he throws huge sentences to people and says we're throwing away the key LOL

Oh and there are monsters in here reminding me of vampires or zombies. Get this game you will like it
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Indsendt: 14. juni
Intro & Summary
Judge Dredd: Dredd vs Death is like one of those B movies that's really bad and ugly, but intelligent and funny enough that it becomes a real masterpiece and great fun. It was also released back in the era of games like Postal and Carmageddon in a time when being unique was prized, and being crude and over the top wasn't a bad thing, so long as the gameplay was fun.


* Great humour and satire, really tasteless and crude but smart, and funny
* Fast pace, there's always action, or something funny happening

The majority of this games problems come from it's total lack of budget and polishing, presumably due to rushing to meet deadlines. While the problems somewhat add to the appeal, and help make the price great value, they keep this from being a great FPS.

* Probably too short. The price makes up for this, but it can still leave you hanging
* Dated graphics and a lack of settings (FOV, etc) can cause problems

For just £5.59/7.99€/$7.99 this is a very fair buy, albeit for a short playtime of just 4-5 hours. A great multiplayer and tons of characters also lend towards the good replay value. If this is on sale, pick it up. If it isn't, it's probably worth sticking on the wishlist if you have a sense of humour.

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Indsendt: 12. oktober
If I went by the reviews I'd not have gotten this game nor wasted any time playing it. I got it on a Steam sale and it is worth full price.

Sure there are flaws, acknowledged. One of the levels stopped giving me hints and I got stuck. Exiting the game and reloading (not reinstalling) it brought back that levels hints so I could proceed. BTW that particular map was a little different that it required some thought to figure out how to defeat the judge.

But the game is FUN, not frustrating and I kept going even after sometimes dying a lot.

THIS not the average shooter where the whole world is a free fire zone; where any sighted sprite or actor, is likely hostile, and you shoot it.

In DREDD, indiscriminate killing has bad consequences. There are citizens that may appear suddenly in your face and , after years of computerized "shooter training;" instinct is full-auto to THEIR face. OOPs, reload save. Even while blasting identified bad guys, one has to be careful of citizens, allied judges or the surrendered nearby.

--some actors are your allied judges.
--some actors are criminal scum but can be disarmed / arrested (for me more satisfying than head splats)
--the arrested /surrendered criminal scum are helpless and you have the moral obligation to avoid having them killed by errant gunfire; most likely coming from your own barrels.
--some actors are citizens and you do not want to see them harmed, and in many cases you are trying to rescue them.
--you can ambush criminal scum to gain a tactical advantage, but it counts against you.
--you can challenge criminal scum and lose tactical advantage, though some will surrender; giving you the opportunity for that oh so satisfying arrest lingo ie "YOU JUST EARNED YOURSELF xxxxx Time IN THE CUBES."

And there is a level where you VISIT these cubes. Jump off a catwalk on a container then into the iso cube, if curious. A bunk, a toilet and print across the wall, CRIME DOES NOT PAY.

Unlike Fallout 3, your pockets are not deep. You can only have two weapons which requires some decisions. Firefights may use up your ammo of your preferred Judge Gun; and that's another thing, setting criminal scum on fire with the incendiary round is inadvisable. You overreaching cop, you. There are plenty of vampires and zombies to try it out on. Your Judge Gun has all kinds of ammo types which replace gun variety in other games. There is even some kind of grenade (I have yet to use).

Some levels you can go through Judge Gun ammo quick and there are other found weapons to try. Once ammo is used up, these found weapons can get you through the level. Depending, although, on how things go, you may be trading them out for different found guns. The grenade launcher may not be the best choice as blowback bites. To save ammo, some adversaries can be tackled in melee mode with little risk. Yes, health can run quite low and it may require several save reloads to get through a level.

The voice acting is hilarious, reminding me of Duke Nukem 3d, arresting a perp yields "tough cop" howlers such as "throwing away the key," or "there's an iso cube with your name on it." or "you're taking the big ride;" to name a few. Tone quite close to the 2012 movie Dredd. Let's just forget about that Stallone attempt. I think even Stallone wants to forget.

The bizarre fashion world of Judge Dredd can take some getting used to. For example, there are numerous fatties with bellywheels to help prop their enormous bulk. Apparently though, they are not an aberration as one might expect to see in a singularly unique character; but a conscious citizen lifestyle. Wikipedia explained them as "Bored citizens who have turned to gluttony as a means to pass the time."

Views from rooftops and other outside areas can be breathtaking. Mega City One looms in the background, an architectural metropolis. The skyline is packed with elaborate skyscrapers and futuristic aircraft ply the skies. For a few minutes at least, I would take in that scenery marveling at its artistic skill. I like to take a look around at the aesthetics of the environment and not just blow through the level. There is a nightclub that had some interesting decor, for example.

I'm playing this on an IMAC 27" WIn8.1, bootcamp with an old USB Logitech gamepad not updated past WinXP but it works fine on 8.1. Like all other games, I just have to re-import the profile after computer reboots and insure the profile is set to persistent (no there is no option to install the gamepad outside the program fldr).

I'm sorry this game was not more popular, it has a lot of good things in it I'd like to see in other games; you do not have to kill the entire world to win.

A good look at what the game is about if you are still reluctant to give up the cheeseburger cash:

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