Gaming Today reports on the press release announcing the return of the machinima classic "Red Vs. Blue". The Rooster Teeth team will be bringing back the series to help promote the launch of Halo 3.
This is realy great, I was realy worried when they said they were cancelling it, but now Im happy again
i was slightly worried, but always had the feeling they wouldn't just stop. Halo 3 should give them plenty of new material to work with.
gotta admit, that's come pretty funny stuff
they added a command in Halo 3 to lower your weapon just for these guys
So they added someting special in the code, just for this, and then they said they weren't going to do it anymore? Kinda cold if you ask me...
These new videos are available at "retailers", so it sounds like you're going to have to pay to get your RvB fix this time.
there is no mention of paying for the RvB fix. I have a feeling these videos will simply be hosted on these corporate websites as a way to attract shoppers.
I thought they added that in Halo 2 if you press down on the d-pad
They didn't say they weren't doing it anymore they just said it was the end of the blood gulch chronicle's.
Thx for the info guys.
I can't wait
laughter is good for the soul and these guys are good at it.
I Love red vs blue...But quick question, I saw on Live Marketplace they charging you to watch them...I could be wrong, but I always saw these episodes for FREE, what gives with trying to put a price tag on them???
well the ones on live are the Hi-res versions. to wath them in Hi-res you had to sponsor them ($10.00 for 6 months)
it's the way of the corporate world I suppose. It was only a matter of time before they started charging for things. I think these particular episodes will be free to watch on the listed sites. Nowadays, if they can charge you and think people will pay, that's exactly what they will do.
IMO they put the video editor feature in Halo 3 just for these guys.
Can't wait. ^_^
Rooster Teeth is probably the best machinima making group ever.
N4G is a community of gamers posting and discussing the latest game news. It’s part of NewsBoiler, a network of social news sites covering today’s pop culture.