‘Halo 4' game may keep dedicated players from voting

Fox News: Do you know about the universe-saving efforts of John-117?
For 20-something men and women, he is a returning savior. Known more commonly as Master Chief, he is the hero of the multibillion dollar Halo video game franchise, and at 12:01 a.m. Nov. 6 he embarked on his newest mission to save the universe in the game Halo 4. Coincidentally, the mission coincides with another important event: the presidential election.

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Excalibur2026d ago

Not me, I'm voting before I pick it up. ;)

StanLee2026d ago

Halo wont keep people who have an interest in voting from doing so. If you had no interest in voting, I'm sure you could use Halo as a poor excuse.

JANF2026d ago

I can see that happening! The game is that good ;)

SCW19822026d ago

The reason I am not voting is because no matter what I vote it doesn't count in my state. Presidential voting is so broken. And both candidates suck as well.

ThichQuangDuck2026d ago politics is a whole nother matter. Halo will not stop anyone from voting. Fox keeps people from being informed on FACTS they should worry about that more than halo

whoyouwit042026d ago

Yea, I live in Alabama and my vote probably wont count either seeing how Alabama is a republican state, But the thing is god forbid, if mitt romney wins I can say I didn't vote for him when he began to send us back to a recession, take a way women rights and put us in another war get rid of social security and Medicare remember this man doesn't care about 47% of the country. Mitt Romney is a Liar America please do not but this man in office, Our future literally depends on it.

GamerSciz2026d ago

You have to be 18 to vote...I bet the majority of players are 18 and under...

Neonridr2026d ago (Edited 2026d ago )

lol, Obama should have struck a deal with Microsoft to allow online voting through Live.

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