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Halo 4 Campaign Hands-On: Starting Another Fight

When the cutscene ends and the proper game begins, it’s immediately evident that 343i has assembled a world-class technology team. Oh, you’ll know this is the Halo engine by feel – the weight and movement is decidedly, blissfully “Halo” – but to the eye you’d be forgiven for believing this is a fresh piece of next-generation tech. That’s not hyperbole; Halo 4 is a clear leap over any and all of its predecessors, with an obvious fidelity boost that has the game runing in actual 1280x720 resolution, which should please those sticklers who noted that previous Xbox 360 Halos technically ran a few pixels below the native HD specification. It’s sharp, it’s crisp, and it’s gorgeous.

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