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Post by Eorl @ 06:01pm 01/11/12 | 11 Comments
When Microsoft announced that Bungie would no longer be taking part in the Halo universe, a series that has truly defined the Xbox consoles, many were left worried that new developers 343 Industries might not be able to fit the shoe with the upcoming game Halo 4.

With a battle rifle in hand and a virtual Cortana by his side, our own Master Chief Nathan “NachosJustice” Lawrence set out to see just how well 343 Industries has done with the latest Halo title, and whether both the campaign and multiplayer have truly got what it takes for fans of the series.
At the end of the day, Halo 4 stands as a particularly polished piece of fan fiction that not only deserves to be released, it carves its own way in an established universe, carefully paying homage to the tropes of what has come before, while boldly establishing its own mythology and gameplay lore.
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fpot
Posted 06:03pm 01/11/12
I can't believe it took a new development house and 4 games to realise that the flood were a terrible enemy that everyone hated.

I sold my xbox so I will just wait till this comes out on PC (LOL)
Khel
Posted 06:53pm 01/11/12
They ditched the Halo theme and the orchestral music? Thats lame, Halo always had some of the best in-game music. Guess all the music and sound guys went with Bungie.
dais
Posted 07:17pm 01/11/12
The flood were definitely the worst thing about the first Halo game.

Well that and playing it on a console. I haven't bothered with any of the others.
DeadlyDav0
Posted 07:23pm 01/11/12
GF for some reason wants us to get a xbox for guitar hero / dance games / singing games. I have dreams to playing halo 4 MP with her.
CubanPete
Posted 08:11pm 01/11/12
Have they implemented jump yet?
Khel
Posted 10:20pm 01/11/12
Have they implemented jump yet?


Yeah, Halo has always had a jump, not quite sure what you're thinking of. Gears of War maybe?
CubanPete
Posted 09:50am 02/11/12
Yeah, Halo has always had a jump, not quite sure what you're thinking of.


Hmmm maybe no crouch then. I've only played a little bit of ODST and remember it missing some kind of basic fps function.
glynd
Posted 11:08am 02/11/12
Hmmm maybe no crouch then. I've only played a little bit of ODST and remember it missing some kind of basic fps function.


you can't teabag without crouch.
d0mino
Posted 02:07pm 02/11/12
I haven't fired up the ol xbox in a while but definitely heading to KMart and picking this up on Tuesday. I'm actually quite surprised it's been getting pretty good reviews all round.

Well done to 343 for doing a good job!

ravn0s
Posted 02:08pm 02/11/12
Khel
Posted 01:14am 07/11/12
Well, I'm only a few hours in, but so far, holy f*****g awesome. Also, the Prometheans are so much more awesome than the flood ever were as an enemy, and their tech and weapons and stuff are just completely badass.
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