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Listen To The Rhythm Of Halo

Platform Nation: Sure, Halo has one of the most iconic soundtracks you’ll ever find, video games or otherwise. Longtime Bungie composer Marty O’Donnell established a percussion-centric aural landscape that soon came to define the series and, for some, first-person space shooters. They were undulating, driving beats that were layered on top of ethereal orchestral tracks, morphing seamlessly into choral breaks when the situation called for it. Regardless of your feelings on the game, you can’t deny that O’Donnell set the score for a generation of console gamers.

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Bathyj1383d ago

Du du du duuuum

du du du duuuuuuuum

du du du duuuum

du du du duuuuuuuum

Love that song.

spicelicka1383d ago

This is actually a great article! Explains a lottt of what i feel when playing halo. The game is designed so that i can play it the way i want instead being thrown into a scene and forced to play a certain way. The last mission on heroic was one of the most amazing and satisfying missions I've played.

It's so unfortunate that you have to hold people's hands to impress them sometimes. Halo 4 makes it so you'll be having an amazing experience and it'll boil your blood thinking that others who dislike the game haven't bothered experiencing it the same way.

I think the term "sandbox" by definition makes it clear that everyone's experience is as good as they make it, and that explains halo very well.