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Submitted by aconnellan 703d ago | opinion piece

343 Industries - Where Will the Halo TV Series Take Them?

With the polarized reactions over 343's announcement to make a Halo TV series, and Steven Spielberg's positive comments on the situation, 343 has come out and announced just how excited they are to work with Spielberg on such a massive project. Whether the series will be a success is yet to be seen, but with Microsoft's backing they definitely have the potential to turn it into something great (343 Industries, Steven Spielberg, Xbox One)

TripC50  +   703d ago
Master Cheif says frag out.

E.T. says ouch.
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Bumpmapping  +   703d ago
In the desert buried next to E.T.

@Haha E.T says hi 2 Halo!
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DonFreezer  +   703d ago
Cry all you want a lot of people will love a Halo tv series.

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