Halo: Reach is only a week away, and Microsoft is counting down the days with previews, themes, and other downloadable goodies, leading up to the Halo: Reach Invasion Week on Xbox Live.
Delve deeper into the Halo Universe with seven animated shorts from acclaimed animation studios in Halo Legends. Does anime and Master Chief mix?
On February 16, anime Halo Legends was released on home video. The project was financed by Microsoft's Halo arm 343 Industries and created by some of the biggest names in Japanese animation. But who are these names?
Microsoft's foray into the animated adventures of Halo is now officially available at your local retailer of fine DVDs and Blu-rays, offering Master Chief fans seven short films based on the popular Xbox shooter. Anyone getting it?
Hey Halo fans, were you totally pumped after seeing that preview clip for "The Package" the other day? You were. Totally. Well, ere's another preview, this one for "Homecoming".
In case you missed the Halo Waypoint preview of "The Package", the Halo Legends short created under Shinji Aramaki of Appleseed fame and written by Cowboy Bebop's Dai Sato, here's a short clip of the CGI Spartans in action.
Halo anime anthology Halo Legends is coming to North American DVD and Blu-Ray on February 16th. Which of the three versions will you be picking up?
The final episode of 343 Industries' series of animated shorts set in the Halo universe will get its showing next week. Studio 4oC's Halo Legends "Origins" wraps up the preview program on Halo Waypoint on Saturday, January 2.
Halo Legends, Microsoft's collaboration with some of the biggest productions house of the anime industry, has a Japanese release date. The film will be released February 16, 2010 on DVD, Blu-ray and digital platforms.
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.
With Halo 3: ODST selling 2.5 million copies within two weeks of release, Microsoft talks to USA Today about the future of the franchise, merchandising, and the possibly return of Master Chief.
On Friday night, Spike TV showed, amongst a ton of Halo 3: ODST coverage, a preview of the upcoming Halo anime project, Halo Legends.
The Halo Legends won't be out for months. Spike will be airing up to seven minutes of it tonight. The shot above is clipped from that clip.
Production I.G.'s Shinji Aramaki was introduced introduced to the Halo franchise by someone near and dear to his heart: His better half.
The upcoming anime series, Halo: Legends, will be a little...different to what you normally expect from the franchise. That's what happens when you get people from Japan to work on it. But are you prepared for just how different?
Microsoft's announcement of Halo Waypoint, the Halo "destination" coming to Xbox Live this Fall, was light on details, overshadowed by the reveal of the Halo Legends anime series. Fortunately, 343 Industries' Frank O'Connor was at Comic-Con to clear things up.