Bungie's Community Lead, Brian Jarrard, has told OXM UK that the developers have been 'reinvigorated' following the split from Microsoft.
Good to know
what other good game has bungie done besides halo i dont see all the hype for bungies new ip they been stuck doing halo for so long they problably lost their talent to make excellnt quality new ips
They went from one greedy company to another even greedier company
Can you be more of a tool? Because we all know that SONY has NO intentions of being "greedy" and making money. You people are fucking retarded.
@wages of sin he means activision, not sony, dumbass. go get some butthurt cream for youself.
Bungie will be missed by the Halo fans for sure but I am sure they will make some amazing new games under Activision. I would alose think that this will not be the last time MS and Bungie work together on some xbox games. Bring on next tuesday when the xbox world get to say good bye to Bungie and play there last but the best Halo game todate.
its going to be really weird seeing the bungie logo as i load up they're next game on my ps3.
Why? They're just a developer. Good on them for branching out and testing other game ideas that aren't Halo. I can't wait to try Reach, so I'm sure their next title will be good. Hope Activision don't take them for a ride like Infinity Ward...
it was called Oni, and was a huge disappointment. Iwas really excited to play it but it seemed like it wasnt even finished.
So, Microsoft is a Vampire, but they deserve respect? Bungie? Are you all right? :p
Knows when to jump from a sinking ship =X
I think my split from supporting MS next gen will reinvigorate me as well. 360 had the best games until 2008 but now and in the future it only has Fable and Gears (depending on Epic). Sadly, the next Xbox "has no gaems".
Good luck bungie love ur work lol at above nice sitting under the bridge .
Oh I can imagine.
Good for you Bungie, good FOR you. =) They need to and will eventually find their own identity away from Microsoft and Halo.
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