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Halo 3: How Microsoft Labs Invented a New Science of Play

Sitting in an office chair and frowning slightly, Randy Pagulayan peers through a one-way mirror. The scene on the other side looks like the game room in a typical suburban house: There's a large flat-panel TV hooked up to an Xbox 360, and a 34-year-old woman is sprawled in a comfy chair, blasting away at huge Sasquatchian aliens. It's June, and the woman is among the luckier geeks on the planet. She's playing Halo 3, the latest sequel to one of the most innovative and beloved videogames of all time, months before its September 25 release.

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Blackmoon3623d ago

Halo maybe a lot of great things but if there is anything it isn't it's innovative.

MoonDust3623d ago

Maybe you should play it again.

Salvadore3623d ago

Controller scheme and Matchmaking system?

Evoluti0n3623d ago

an outstanding article. Great post.

GRAMPAGAMER3623d ago

BRAVO, EXCELLENT, OUTSTANDING, MARVELOUS, AND VERY interesting to read.

who ever found this article should get a free 12pack of Halo Dew and a wireless controller.

I've always thought Halo was the most engrossing game I've ever played on a console (with Ninja Gaiden riding a very close 2nd place), and now I know why.

halo3betasnatch out3623d ago

i agree great article, very meaty, mmmmmmmm meattt

Salvadore3623d ago

Awesome article just shows what a commitment Bungie has to the game.

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