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Submitted by Il_Exile_lI 752d ago | opinion piece

Top 10 Halo Innovations

Halo 4 is out this week and has been getting good scores. Matt of Gaming Irresponsibly takes this opportunity to look back on the history of the series and the innovations it contributed to the industry. (Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST, Halo 4, Halo Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo: Combat Evolved, Halo: Reach, Xbox, Xbox 360)

THE_MACGREGOR  +   747d ago
Halo -Fresh Gameplay with interesting extra terrestrial visuals and compelling storyline
Halo 2- Compelling story line with breath taking visuals over predecessor. Dual Wielding gameplay, Vehicle Hijacks,
additional cliff hanger ending.
Halo 3- Increased visual fidelity over predecessor. Game play improved with equipment use. (weopons can deflect)
Halo ODST. intersting story line arch, increased lighting and dampening.
Halo Reach- Increased Visual fidelity over Successor/Predcessor . New game play elements, Story line completed.
Halo 4 . 10x increased visual aspects of its predecessor.
Enhanced but standered gameplay.Non stop Action packed.

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