Creative director listing reveals details for non-Bungie Halo project.
Poor Xbots Poor Xbots, when this and the other BUNGIE games release, it will be the biggest flops in gaming history. Poor Xbots
Jus like your precious MGS4, which, as well all know, made it to the bargain bin. Damn, If I knew it was gonna go to the bargain bin I would have held off on buyin it so soon. I guess I'll hold off on the next big games for the PS3 to see if they hit the bargain bin, as well. Seriously, bro, grow up. You can hate on Halo all you want, that is fine with me, but you can't deny Halo's success.
Peter Jackson making a game? Lets hope it doesn't flop like his stupid King Kong game.
King Kong the game was awesome! Halo: Chronicles will be the next big thing.
King Kong was a good game. I liked the lack of ammo and the need to use spears. The atmosphere was great, you always felt like you were in hostile jungle and that death was around every corner. And the animation of Kong and the V-rex's was incredible.
I like halo, but they're over doing it
i can see a movie but lego halo
I agree with both you guys
Really,look at how ironic it is. Just when the PS3 is hitting its stride and apparently delivering the games on time, the 360 seems now to be suffering from multiple delays. Off the top of my head I can think of Huxley and Alan Wake and Fable 2 and Halo Wars and Too Human and there must be some others. Ah well,better push the game's date than have a rushed project. Also,the term 'delay' might not be totally accurate since some of those game have no concrete release dates.
Too Human releases on August 19, Fable 2 October 2008, Halo Wars Q1 2009. So you're left with Alan Wake and Huxley. Both third party titles. I agree about the delays, and I to hope that that ensures a higher quality lineup in 2009 and beyond, but please don't try and pretend that the PS3's doesn't suffer from such delays (Kilzone 2, Home, etc), or the lack of release dates. It's a part of the business, and in my opinion a largely refreshing one where titles on both platforms are now being held back, due largely to this gens increased competition, to primarily prioritise quality over an earlier release date. That means all gamers are better off in the long run... except of course for those sad enough to attach meaning in their lives to one particular branded piece of metal and plastic, over another. ;)
Is the PS3 in stride than they really are in some serious trouble this gen. Anyway, like what was said above me you're only correct about Huxley and Alan Wake. But we have a healthy enough lineup as it is. Also why did you even bring any of that up here? Stop trolling the Gamer Zone, Harry.
The next Getaway says hi.
employ some bots maybe theyd s*ck ur c*ock whilst u try 2 make the game
Actually, I believe you should sign up for those job postings. I'm sure if you suck lots of c*ck, you could "try" to convince them to make a Halo game for the PS3. Even though that won't happen, I'm sure you wouldn't mind suckin some c*ck, jus for the hell of it..
I am not much of FPS guy, but I respect Peter Jackson... If there is a movie about Halo, I do hope the director is Peter Jackson.
I think it's due like a year ago. Last time I heard, the movie was suppose to debut with Halo 3 in June '07. But now what?
Explained here: http://www.n4g.com/NewsCom-... "Halo: Chronicles will not be a traditional game, rather it will be an "interactive experience/story" where a player makes emotional, moral and action-based decisions that affect the cinematic direction of what is otherwise a film." Sounds very interesting, although more for Halo fans than gamers at large.
...not all that excited about this either.
Peter Jackson's Lord of the Halos? =P
You guys ever seen that old horror/gory movie called Dead Alive? That was on his first movies. The movie was just plain over the top with gore. Anyway, more Halo means more smiles from me. I love me Halo :)
was his first movie, any true kiwi would know that ;)
he's a guy who needs no team
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