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Submitted by BnBMartin 1477d ago | review

Book Review: Halo – The Art of Building Worlds - Bits 'n' Bytes Gaming

Ten years have flown by as we've cut down Grunts, played hours of Team Slayer on Blood Gulch and all its variants, and yet Halo is still just as magical today as it was back in 2001.

To celebrate, Titan Books has published a collection of some of the finest Halo artwork you'll ever see, all in one big, glossy book. This is a must have purchase for all Halo fans. (Culture, Halo, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 3: ODST, Halo Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo: Reach, Xbox, Xbox 360) A+/A+

ssb3173  +   1468d ago
This is a great game and it remastered in hd makes it even better

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