Easter Eggs are intentionally hidden bits of pointlessness in games, movies, DVD’s et all that serve no purpose other than to raise a smile, or perhaps an eyebrow. Gears of War has always had â€˜em - from the dead guy on the toilet on the multiplayer map Roooftops, to the working Locust pop-up Toaster in Gears of War 2.
Gears of War 3 seems to kick up the Easter Egg quota, by making one of the most needlessly convoluted ones I’ve ever seen. Check out this â€œDancing Wretchâ€ Easter egg from the guys at Gamefront, and the number of things you have to do to make it happen. Apparently Gears 3 is stuffed full of this sort of thing – so let us know if you discover any more.
Last Updated: September 21, 2011