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Submitted by cl1983 513d ago | news

The Halo Bulletin: 6.27.13

Bravo:
The month of June has given me the opportunity to travel to several cities for Halo-related events, and I’ve met some awesome fans along the way. Two weeks ago, I found myself at Arena Gaming League’s Knoxville Halo 4 tournament, where I had a chance to interact with fans, mostly discussing the updated weapon tuning. In Los Angeles, I watched competitors ferociously battle it out while getting the first hands-on look at Halo: Spartan Assault at E3. This past weekend, I traveled to Chicago, where I had the pleasure of providing commentary for UMG’s Halo 4 event and continued to meet a ton of people who love Halo. However, none of these events compares to the Rooster Teeth Expo (RTX) in terms of Red vs Blue cosplay. We’ll also be seeing you at RTX in Austin, TX, next week! (343 Industries, Culture, Halo 4, Halo: Spartan Assault, roosterteeth, Xbox 360)

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