Judge Dredd is a three-player post-apocalyptic arcade brawler from Midway. Like their infamous Mortal Kombat series, this game features digitized actors in costumes for the sprites. It also has a ton of dialogue in the form of enemy taunts and one-liners from Dredd. Its combat is notable for having a crouch button as well as allowing you to attack in eight different directions. It also has both third person shooter as well as action platforming stages.
Judge Dredd is based off an English comic book about post-apocalyptic police officers who are judge, jury, and executioner.
You never see Judge Dredd's face. That's because he's pure justice and his individuality is second to that.
Despite its retarded combat, dated visuals, and limited enemy variety, I got a kick out of Judge Dredd. Its combat is still somewhat satisfying despite being so shallow thanks to decent animations. The variety stages add a lot although the action platformer sections are really difficult. The one-liners are legitimately funny most of the time.