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Submitted by Mike Bowden 723d ago | review

The Chief Re-Mastered, Halo 4 Reviewed - Comics, Politics, People

"So what of Halo 4 without the coding might of Bungie? 343 have delivered a superb game. The greatest compliment

Promethean: not to be underestimated
perhaps being you would not have noticed that Bungie had not developed this if you hadn’t been told; the transition has been smooth and impressive." (Halo 4, Microsoft Game Studios, Xbox 360) -

spicelicka  +   722d ago
Just finished it on heroic. No matter what ppl can come up with to suggest improvement, it's one of the best campaigns ive played. Lots of little amazing things are overlooked, brilliant pacing, satisfying set pieces, best vehicle battles (except from the scarab battles in halo 3), and possibly the best last mission ever. It not about unnecessary in-game set pieces or crazy destruction everywhere, it the way they designed the last battles with prometheans, soo freakin tactical and satisfying on heroic.
Mike Bowden  +   722d ago
Agree, yeah. Best campaign I've played in ages.

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