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Submitted by NGB 719d ago | review

NGB | Halo 4 Review

Whether or not Microsoft should’ve resurrected the Halo series is irrelevant at this point. Like it or not, Master Chief is back. And you know what, it’s great to be back in his massive boots. 343 Industries have done a fantastic job in staying true to the Halo roots whilst adding their own, modern twist to the gameplay. However, whilst there’s no doubt that they’ve freshened the series up a little, those expecting a massive departure from previous Halo games might end up somewhat disappointed. That said, despite the slightly abrupt ending, the campaign is a blast throughout and multiplayer is sure to keep you addicted until the next addition to the series. Simply put, if you’re a fan of the series, Halo 4 won’t disappoint. It’s not a perfect return, but Master Chief is well and truly back. Long live the Chief. (Halo 4, Xbox 360) 9/10

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