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Submitted by ryandebraal 991d ago | review

Halo 4 Review | BagOfGames.com

It’s somehow fitting that Halo 4 was released on U.S. election day 2012. Everything about the title — from the slick single player mode to the heavily tweaked multiplayer — feels like part of a campaign by Microsoft to unseat the current fatigues-wearing FPS incumbent (you know the one). And while early estimates show that the market has spoken in the form of a landslide sales victory for Call of Duty, Halo 4 is still a success (if not quite a triumph) in its own right. (Halo 4, Xbox 360) 8.5/10

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