mygamertalk- Continuing off our Halo: Reach week, we here at My Gamer Talk have ventured through the internet and have found some pretty interesting facts that we didn’t know about Bungie, or the Halo franchise.
They let you use the fuel rod cannon in the pc version of halo 1 too, not just the flamethrower. Some of the maps they had on there were really cool too.
"When Halo 2 was shut down on April 15th, there were over 37 billion kills performed and 57000 years spent in matchmaking" holy crap :| I wonder how many halo 3 will have when/if it gets shut down, and reach for that matter.
i was thinkin the same thing
I wish more games tracked stats like this. Id love to see the numbers for COD.
If it was suppose to be made for mac only then why did halo come out for the xbox 2 years before either PC or MAC game and why did the PC version come out 3 in a half months before the MAC version? (the version where it came out as a PC/MAC disk came later)
Halo came out in 2001 - it was supposed to be released late 1998 or early 1999 for the PC - yes, it started life on the Mac but Bungie shifted the development to the PC. I still have the 15 minute presentation video Bungie did for E3 1998 on PC Games CD-Rom But in 2000 Microsoft bought Bungie and well as they say, the rest is history.
"Halo was originally supposed to be a Mac exclusive title, up until Bungie got bought up by Microsoft" Not sure if that is true, Halo was slated for the PS2 at one time before MS Bought them up. http://ps2.ign.com/objects/...
I saw that, I wasn't exactly sure if it was true or not because I could only find one source. I've e-mailed Bungie and I hope they reply.
its was also going to be on the Dreamcast before PS2 i remember i read a Preview in the Official Dreamcast Magazine
"-Bungie was originally started by 2 people, Alex Seropian and Jason Jones" http://www.youtube.com/watc... "-Halo: ODST was the first Halo game to be completed in less than 3 years" That's because it was a 60 dollar DLC. >_>
ODST was better than H2 & H3 plus all the H3 maps its a Steal
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