We’ve already covered the Gears of War: Judgement Survival Mode and Campaign in quite a lot of detail but those stars you collect in campaign mode aren’t just for bragging.
Aftermath is a mini campaign in Gears of War: Judgement that is set 2 decades later right in the middle of Gears of War 3. It’s a great link into the Gears story we all know and love and is a great little addition to the title tying the story up in a nice little bow. What’s even better is that Aftermath is played through Halvo Bay which is the rich area where the professor lived.
According to the developers you can finish Judgement with less than 40 stars so if you want to try out Aftermath you will need to put a little effort in.
It’s not a huge addition but it does show the love that Epic and People Can Fly have the series and it’s arcing story line.
Ok, don’t know how this popped up in my internet browser, must have clicked something while looking for the answer for today’s competition question!! In this world of social media and oversharing, you’d think an app that allowed you to remain completely anonymous would be a good thing, right? Complete the form below, and we'll send you an e-mail every now and again with all latest news.

In fact you are going to want to collect at least 40 of them to unlock the hidden Aftermath campaign. In 3 you will remember Marcus and Dom went off and sent Cole and Baird to go find some weapons and Aftermath is that story.
So in the beginning of Judgement you see it still looking awesome and over the top but by the time you get to Aftermath it is ruined and that change is quite stark. And in some respects, the Secret app does encourage people to open up and share – free of judgement. Co-founder David Byttow (Chrys Bader is also co-founder) posted a lengthy and fairly detailed post on the Secret blog about just how secure you most private thoughts are using this app. The founders’ idealistic notion that Secret would be a place where people could be themselves, speak freely, and have their thoughts travel worldwide sounds wonderful – but what about those thoughts that only seek to belittle, demean, or bully? But how well is the company able to keep these secrets private, and can you ever really escape the glaring eye of the internet? Data is stored on the same servers as Google’s Gmail, there is lots of encryption so that no one knows your phone number (you have to give it up to register), and your metadata is stored without referencing your user info. I was also a big fan of the PostSecret app that was discontinued (for some of the same reasons I stated here), so I can appreciate what the folks at Secret are trying to do.

Other failsafe additions include a two-man rule that’s supposed to ensure no one person at Secret can find a post created by a specific user. As is already shown with every other social network, not everyone’s intentions are pure.
There’s more info in the blog post about how people are allowed to see you secrets and how your contacts are treated as well. And when you add anonymity to the mix, it always seems that young people, some of the most vulnerable on the web, suffer from the effects of having free reign to say whatever you want.
And giving people this type of anonymous and relatively unfettered access to others, while not being able to guarantee their privacy could be just asking for trouble. But even if it takes some hacker an extra few months to figure out how to crack the code on your personal info, the NSA scandal should have taught all of us that at a minimum, no one is truly safe from the prying eyes of the U.S.

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