MasonicGamer.com: I’m strangely excited about Halo 4. The excitement I’m sure you understand, but why should that be strange? I mean, we’re talking about a massive holiday season release, continuing the franchise that single-handedly launched Microsoft into the console business. But the thing is, I’m not much of a Halo player.
I never owned an Xbox during those early years. My love for the original PlayStation turned into my love for the PS2, so I never saw the need to purchase Microsoft’s system. Maybe if I’d spent more time playing GoldenEye on N64, I would have been more fond of first person shooters, but I had plenty of games to keep me occupied during the early 2000s.
There’s something about this new Halo game that’s attracting me, though.