Entertainment Weekly (EW) was recently invited to the suburban Bungie studios in Seattle, Washington, to take an early look at the game - and EW returned with some exclusive images.
For those who still say this game's graphics suck, are only in denial or they are just trolling. In the 5th screenshot, that water looks amazing.
Water effect are nothing new, ever next gen game has good water effects, but i agree graphics are very very good.
PLay some FORGE.
Where are the two jackasses of the day? Lightning and the guy with a worm being poked as an avatar, come on guys your on Halo like a fly on sh!t comparing Haze and every other game to it. What did you miss this article? anyways looks great agree on the water, disagree on that every next gen game has great water.
This game looks fantastic, I knew BUNGIE wouldnt disappoint with the graphics.
I've seen better graphics.Then again graphics don't matter, its gameplay that does matter.Isn't that right halo fanboys?
Let us not forget that you think anyone over the age of 34 is pathetic if they continue to play these games.Your opinion is obviously a bit sh!t pal. This is what you wrote on another article. "48.7 - Adropacrich2 Your 34 years old and your gamer? Wow, thats pathetic.After 25, your a loser if you do still do that.So please move out of your parent's basement. GIJeff your not the only person that hates halo. Biggest bust ever" http://www.n4g.com/NewsCom-...
Return of the King......25/9/07
It sure seems that this game has come a long way, graphically, than what was seen in some of the early screenshots. Graphically overall it looks pretty damn good. It's certainly more of a "comic book superhero" art style than, say, a rotting, broken-down city like gears or killzone, but that's fine with me as I'm tired of the gray-brown worlds of the many FPSs that have recently or are recently hitting the market. This is one of the few games that will most certainly get my money day one.
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