The biggest exclusive release on Xbox One this year is in fact a re-release, or four re-releases to be precise.
When 343 Industries took over from Bungie as "the Halo team" they started work on Halo 4 and Halo: Anniversary Edition – which gave an old classic a lick of paint.
Now Halo: The Master Chief Collection takes this one step further, bringing together Halo, Halo 2, Halo 3 and Halo 4 for the next-gen hardware of Xbox One (scheduled for a 14 November 2014 release).
Each game will be getting a fresh lick of paint with particular love and attention given to Halo 2, which turns 10 this year. At a Microsoft event held earlier this month we spoke to 343 Industries Executive Producer, Daniel Ayoub, about the collection and next year's Halo 5.