On today’s episode of Highlight Reel we have Witcher 3 arm injuries, Rocket League saves, Halo killing sprees and a very special Splatoon memorial. »
In 2011, hardcore fans started a video series chronicling tricks and glitches possible during the Halo: Reach campaign. Today, that series draws to a close with a new, over-the-top conclusion that tests how far Halo’s artificial intelligence can go.
As I look over my notes from the big E3 show in L.A. earlier this month, three games stand out that I wanted to be sure to praise. I’m eager to play more of all of them. »
On today’s episode of Highlight Reel we have a Batman crushing, a drunk Batmobile, Destiny double kills, last-second finishes and much more!
Somebody should have warned Conan O’Brien about the gaming force that is Silicon Valley’s Thomas “Middletwitch” Middleditch. The talk show host never stood a chance. »
One of Halo’s staples has been the ability to play the game’s campaign in split-screen with a friend. Halo 5 won’t have that feature, in favor of maintaining a solid 60 frames-per-second. It’s one of many small details we’ve learned about the latest Halo game in the last few days. »
Kotaku editor-in-chief Stephen Totilo called The Library Halo: Combat Evolved’s most notorious level. An entry on Halopedia referred to it as one of the least popular levels in the Halo series. The Library is the hardest level in the game by far, a cruel gauntlet featuring seemingly never-ending waves of Halo’s… »
Halo: ODST is now dropping in for owners of the Master Chief Collection. Players who purchased and played the Xbox One collection before December 19 of last year are starting to get their codes for the remastered ODST campaign. Folks falling outside of that window will be able to purchase the campaign separately for… »
On today’s episode of Highlight Reel we have weird horses, weird soldiers, defuses, close finishes and much more! »
There have been hundreds of Halo figures released over the last ten years, but despite advances in technology (allowing for greater detail and “realism”), they haven’t changed that much. Not until these interesting new figures from Kotobukiya, anyway. »
Pokémon’s turn-based battles and exploration have been delighting gamers for nearly two decades, but does the formula work when applied to Halo, Sonic the Hedgehog, Mario and more? »
Holding an online tournament requiring teams form parties to play against each other only works if the teams can form parties, and so the first round of ESL’s Halo Championship Series Open bracket was canceled over the weekend. »
The timer ticks down toward zero. We tear across the Boneyard, one of Halo: Reach’s best multiplayer maps, my good friend Rus driving with me sitting shotgun. I’m clutching the blue flag in hands that would be sweating if they were real. We shed our red teammates like skin; they race past us going the other direction… »
Everyone has probably killed a friend in combat while playing Halo—betrayals happen. But I doubt whatever stab in the back you’ve experienced unfolded as ridiculously as this one did.