A pic of Microsoft's E3 booth may have given us a sneak peek at Halo ODST's cast. It appears to be that ODST will feature 5 different Shock Troopers. Perhaps ODST will feature some 5 player co-op action.
Thats looks fukin awesome
Can't Freakin wait till Monday to get all the 411!!!
this feels like old news... but i know its NEW.. i guess earlier they mentioned it would be involving 5 people.. my question is didn't they say that the you land alone and find out what happened to the others with holo images or something.. its not like MS to be so tightlipped about anything but i'm glad they are not bursting their E3 bubble early
Yeah I read an in depth article in Gamepro about this game. This game is going to serious pwn. Looks to be very open almost like Fallout 3. I love the idea of being a random soldier in the middle of a huge war that doesn't Master Chief. The Halo Universe is so freaking sweet.
I doubt the world in ODST will be as expansive as Fallout 3's. Still, I'll be sure to keep a tab on ODST. Play it at my cousin's house.
Being able to play five player co-op in ODST would be truly awesome! I'll wait for it to be confirmed before i get too excited.
Halo OSDT is going to bring more of the same lackluster gameplay that has riddled the Halo franchise in the past. Dark Sniper would rather prefer a far more superior and complete first person experience with something such as Killzone 2. Only available on the PLAYSTATION®3. If Dark Sniper wanted to see colorful animated rubbish, he'd watch a Saturday morning cartoon, not play Halo. He would never affiliate himself, with such low quality graphics, horrendous draw distance and outdated gameplay. Bungie has been dethroned as the true kings of shooters belong to Guerilla Games and Zipper Interactive with critically acclaimed titles that have proven to revolutionize the shooting market the way it should have been. Thankfully, Sony does not have to deal with this garbage. Keep Halo on your platform and thinking that your mediocrity is the standard. $niper
Thats funny. So you never played any games other than uncharted and KZ2 on the PS3?
That's all they really have so you can't fault them for that. I also think hes trying his hardest to be like Zhuk or whatever his name is. Anyways 10 million vs 1 million the public has spoken.
I guess lackluster means that they are able to keep players playing.
Murderdolls - dude, it's the same person.
I really hope they do something more with the graphics. Of course the game play is most important but hopefully they take a darker and grittier approach to this. It sounds like they are. I was let down by Halo 3 but ODST has my attention for now. I can't wait to hear more on Monday if the internet doesn't beat them to all their announcements and surprises.
Halo 3 graphically was a big let down for me too
E3 should be good for us PS360ERS
that should be the slogan for the xbox haters "Be a gamer...Not a hater" lol
The ODSTs pictured here are a few of the main characters... The Rookie (the main playable character) Then you have the other squad mates which The Rookie is trying to locate... Captain Dare Mickey Dutch Romeo Buck
Halo 3 ODST game of the year 2009.
1) Halo ODST isn't a game, it's an add-on. 2) Killzone 2 came out this year.
I hope they don't give us the ODST news on the last day of E3. I hope the show a demo during Mondays M$ press conference. ODST is going to have some amazing features other military games should have had this year.
the ability to run, and scoping with the Left button or trigger.
There's a game like that already, it's called Call of Duty 4 and Call of Duty World at War. Or if Sci-fi is your thing, Resistance 2 fits the bill nicely. Look it up sometime.
Awesome, i love halo (don't bag me :p) and even though this ain't a full game it sounds great.
ODST is going to be so awesome. Bungie know how to make fun gameplay and I can't wait to see what they have cooked up for ODST.
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