How the original Halo was nearly a very different game


Steve Jobs, resolutely handsome at 44, wearing his famous black turtleneck jumper tucked into blue jeans, smiled as he paced the keynote stage of the 1999 Macworld conference. It had only been two years since the Apple CEO had returned to the company that he co-founded in 1976. The iPhone was years away. Apple was still regrouping after a stretch of barren, difficult years. Now, at last, Jobs had something to show the world, and he knew that it was something good. “We are starting to see some great games come back to the Mac,” he said. “But this is one of the coolest I’ve ever seen.”

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Timesplitter141274d ago

"nearly a very different game"

something's not right about this title

Hoffmann1274d ago

almost instead of nearly could have been a better choice?

I ask because English is not my native language and it has been a loooong time since I learned (a bit of the) grammar stuff in school

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Skate-AK1274d ago

Almost and nearly are interchangeable and mean the same thing.

NiteX1274d ago (Edited 1274d ago )

"Grunts were like crazy little monkeys"

Were? They still are! Well Shellmonkeys.