Halo used to mean quality. Its campaigns were all heroic military sci-fi, full of brilliantly-designed levels and enemies. The multiplayer was some of gaming’s best, supplying pulse-pounding firefights and thrilling victories. There was a time when a new Halo game was a guarantee of greatness. Since developer Bungie…
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the PlayStation all console versions of the game’s box art will look like. Updated with Xbox versions of Destiny's box art.
Possibly the best-looking game of E3, the next-gen epic from the makers of Halo now also has a new trailer/developer-diary thing. In it, Bungie boasts: "This game has an activity for every mood." Raise that bar, Bungie!
The popular, left-leaning Facebook group that mistook me for a gun nut last month has pulled the image of me that they put on their site. They actually pulled it on Monday, shortly after I ran an article illustrating the hilarious cluelessness of many of the Facebook page's users—many of whom thought I was holding a…
There are people on both sides of the gun debate who make good points. And then there are people who have absolutely no clue.
Earlier today we showed you the one-hour documentary celebrating the 20th anniversary of Bungie Studios. It ended with a curiosity.
The folks at Bungie are celebrating 20 years of doing whatever it is Bungie does... make games, I think! Halo, Marathon, mystery projects for Activision and stuff. They've created a nearly one-hour long documentary about themselves, promising never-before-seen material.
While most of Bungie Studios is laboring on the next big thing to follow Halo, a small portion of the company is launching something called Bungie Aerospace.
Once upon a time, Halo was supposed to be a Mac game, but, to make a long story too-short, Bungie Studio's legendary first-person shooter wound up on Microsoft's Xbox in 2001.
Lest you forget that Halo is a big deal — and that the series turns 10 this year — Microsoft is ready to remind you. A raft of Halo news hit this morning, including a promise of a Friday upgrade to the Xbox 360's Halo Waypoint and a tease of some big things in August. Plus... a cute 'lil Flood pet!
Myth: You can kill an opposing player in Halo Reach by shooting their helmet attachments. Busted. Myth: You can survive a fatal Reach vehicle crash by bailing out. Confirmed.
Halo's Master Chief modeling the trademark shorts worn by Arthur in Capcom's retro classic Ghosts 'N Goblins. As seen on the Twitter feed of Halo creators Bungie Studios.
You're a giant video game company. You've released StarCraft II this year, and Call of Duty: Black Ops is selling ridiculous amounts. Your first name's Activision, last name's Blizzard. You have a plan for the future and, today, you shared.
We got Halo Reach in a silver briefcase today. I took it to the roof for an unbriefcasing video, guest-starring the distant Empire State Building and a blimp. This is really just the standard edition plus doodads plus briefcase.
Several readers of our Halo Reach preview yesterday were wondering about the voice of the lead character in Halo Reach. Some clarification:
Microsoft let me play a finished copy of Halo Reach on one of their Xbox 360s today. They even let me save my progress to my Gamertag.* I can talk about two missions, but I don't want to spoil things.
Why does Microsoft seem to be selling Halo Reach over Xbox Live right now for $1250? Answer from Microsoft: They're not, and they don't plan to sell Reach as a downloadable game.
Watch the E3 live gamplay footage of Halo: Reach and, 67 seconds in, you might hear.... is that techno music? That's part of the game's soundtrack? Why, yes it is!
What started conceptually as a hub for Halo content on the Xbox 360 may develop into something more, the creative director for the new Halo Waypoint Xbox destination told Kotaku.