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Submitted by The_Game21x 617d ago | review

Halo 4 Review | GUFUyourself.com

Justin McBride for GUFUyourself writes - "Following the end of one trilogy, we have the beginning of another. For four long years, the Master Chief and his AI companion, Cortana, have been stranded in space, separated from humanity and everything they know. But not for much longer, as there’s a new threat looming on the horizon and the Master Chief is pulled from his impromptu retirement back into the fray once again. But this time, instead of Bungie, the creators of the Halo franchise at the helm, there’s a new kid behind the wheel. 343 Industries, the new studio dedicated to all things Halo since Bungie partnered up with Activision, has the chance to prove they have what it takes to handle one of the most recognizable and critically acclaimed franchises in gaming." (Halo 4, Xbox 360) 8/10

Belking  +   617d ago
343 did a terrific job. Love the way they humanized Master Chief.

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