Microsoft Registers Several "Halo Infinity" Domains, but Remains in the Hands of a Japanese Baldness Clinic

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The domain registry watchdog Fusible reports that Microsoft's brand protection partner snapped up the full monty of HaloInfinity-dot-whatever domain names—except for a big one—which likely tips off some kind of activity or release involving that title.

Joystiq hilariously notes that, not among them, is from the looks of it a placeholder site that for now offers advice to Japanese men who are curious about baldness solutions. Speaking as a bald bastard myself, I can say that "halo infinity" aptly describes the toilet-seat pattern of my hair.

While Microsoft is not officially confirmed as the buyer, Fusible notes that MarkMonitor, the actual buyer, is the agency that registered no less than None of the domains redirect to any website as of the time of writing.


Also registered by the same agency:,, and

Microsoft Corporation privately registers slew of "Halo: Infinity" domain names [Fusible via Joystiq]

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Announcement is, by all accounts (and confirmed to me today by a Gamestop manager, who I presume will put the GameInformer issues out tomorrow) on Thursday. This appears to be in relation to that.

Early reports that have leaked indicate that it may very well be the most technically perfect, best-looking game ever to grace consoles. What I've seen certainly appears to back it up. Let's see if Halo 4 can take The Witcher 2's console graphics crown.