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Submitted by cl1983 390d ago | news

The Halo Bulletin: 3.5.14

Bravo:

I often spend time in the Bulletin talking about how the weather in Seattle really isn’t that bad. It truly is quite pleasant outside most days, and despite Seattleites telling visitors and tourists that it’s “never like this,” it’s pretty important to expose the meteorological truth whenever possible. The past few days however, have been filled with a bit too much cold, fog, and overall wetness that is generally associated with our corner of the country, and when I walk over to the other building to visit (bother) the multiplayer team, I often arrive drenched. Unfortunately for them, this doesn’t stop me from swinging by and peeking at their in-progress work. The lackluster weather does have me quite excited for warmer weather, and all that the next few months should (hopefully) bring. Some of these include various forms of madness (including both the March and Medal varieties), a new playlist (more on that later), and…did I mention warmer weather? (Halo 4, Xbox 360)

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