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Submitted by Starfox811 712d ago | preview

Halo 4 Multiplayer Preview - TGH

"When Microsoft announced that they would be releasing another Halo title, more importantly another Halo game that’d be the start of a new trilogy, there was a collective groan from the gaming world – along with a sly few fist pumps. Skepticism began to melt away when screens and footage began to surface, really showing that Bungie had sensibly entrusted the reigns of their stellar franchise into the hands of 343 Industries. This didn’t appear to be the Microsoft cash-in that everybody expected; it didn’t appear to be the Call of Duty box-ticker that Activision churn out. Instead this looked like a considered entry into the series, and after getting my sweaty Halo-loving hands on the multiplayer build at this years Eurogamer Expo I can safely say that this is as every bit Halo as what has come before – and in some ways it’s even more than you’d ever expect." (Halo 4, Xbox 360)

ShadyDevil  +   712d ago
*drools* Want to touch the chief...

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