Sadly, Halo Wars was Ensemble’s last game ever, and thus the franchise torch was passed back to Bungie, and then to 343. As of now Microsoft has multiple new systems that would work perfectly with this game.
I agree with all your ideas, well maybe not voice control, but it's fine if its an option. But I don't think 343 should work on it, they should focus on next gen halo 5. But I would love to see halo wars 2 as a downloadable.
2nd screen support via smartglass. Halo wars was fun and could benefit from many improvements that were suggested.
They should just make Halo Wars 2. Halo Wars was a real game, it can't be downloadable. That game was fantastic. Halo Wars definitely should be a part of 343 to keep the Halo Universe consistent. However, the Halo Wars 2 game should consist of some instrumental members of the Halo Wars Team. That's how 343 started, then build from there. I will most definitely buy Halo Wars 2 day 1.
Why not contract it out to say Robot Entertainment. Basically Ensemble team, but just as an independent studio. Like how Bungie turned into an independent studio.
I love robot entertainment, but I'm not sure they are a big enough team to make a game to the "halo standard"
Well publishers usually pay a bit for development expenses towards projects including hiring for a project. Alot of titles start out with a small 1-5 person group and scale up to 100 people or more before its launched thanks to publishers funding the game if they believe in its pitch. Then again there is always Kickstarter too! :P
They need to fix Halo 4 before thy do anything else.
I would welcome Halo Wars 2. I want to know what happens after the legendary scene where Serena says " Wake up captain something happened". I hope it starts after that.
Halo Wars 2
Halo Wars 2! Make it happen! Best RTS on Console, one of the best overall. Maybe if there is a 2nd, we won't have that torrent of Halo noobs buying it just to complain that it sucked just because they can't appreciate anything other than FPS.
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