Bungie left Halo, the series that made them a household name, in the hands of a new studio. Does Halo 4 live up to its predecessors in the story and multiplayer departments, or is it just a quick cash-in coasting on the success of previous titles? Check our review after the jump!
Troll or harass your fellow gamers in Halo 4 and you might find yourself facing some consequences. In a GameSpot interview with Laura Parker, 343 Industries head Bonnie Ross and Halo 4 executive producer Kiki Wolfkill made the point that sexist behavior on Xbox Live is unacceptable and that developers have a responsibility to wipe out sexism in gaming. More after the jump.
With the days counting down to the November 6th release of Halo 4, Microsoft has released a new launch trailer, produced by director David Fincher (Se7en, Fight Club, Girl With the Dragon Tattoo). It might not be long awaited, truly successful meeting of movies and video games, but it's at least a nice promo. Get a look after the the jump.
Folks looking forward to Halo 4 might be interested in checking out the first episode of the live-action tie-in web series, Forward Unto Dawn. The 19-minute opener made its debut yesterday, and the Machinima produced series will keep the action going through Halo 4's November 6 launch. Hit the jump to watch!
It seems a bit odd to get excited about seeing so little (read: nothing) of 343 Industries' work on Halo 4, but nevertheless the latest teaser has arrived. Get in the space military spirit and catch a fleeting glimpse of Master Chief in the live-action clip after the jump.
There was plenty of fodder for folks on Twitter to groan about at Microsoft's E3 press conference today, but select games hushed the snarky commentary for a few moments. Halo 4 was one of them, offering a look at gameplay that refreshingly features new enemies in a colorful locale. Video past the break!
We'll be learning more about Halo 4 tonight on the Conan O'Brien show, but for now we have a firm release date from Microsoft and developer 343 Industries. Master Chief's adventures will continue in a worldwide Xbox 360 release set for November 6, 2012. Read on for more.
Ryan Payton is a familiar name to those previously entrenched in following the development process of Metal Gear Solid 4. He most recently served as Creative Director on Halo 4, but that's now coming to an amicable end. More after the jump.