Posts tagged with "Halo"
How it all began
Release: Out Now
From: Animatsu Entertainment/Platform Entertainment
Format: DVD & Blu-ray
Age Rating: TBC
RRP: £12.99 (DVD), £15.99 (Blu-ray)
Halo: Fall Of Reach winds back the clock on the critically acclaimed Xbox gaming franchise, to tell the story of how its greatest warrior became the hero we know and love today. Taking its inspiration from Eric Nylund’s military sci-fi novel of the same name, this animated film reveals...
A round-up of some of the oddest and funniest images and videos that have been doing the rounds on the ’net we like to call inter over the past week or so. Enjoy.
••• What if Stormtroopers had been cloned from something other than a humanoid? That’s the inspiration behind a series of helmets by New York City designer Blank William. Called “The New Order”, has Stormtrooper helmets for elephants, hippos and rhinoceroses...
Microsoft and 343 Studios have released the official Halo 5: Guardians launch trailer, giving you a look at some of the gameplay to expect. It’s a mini-epic in itself.
Halo 5: Guardians continues the story of the Master Chief, and introduces a brand new central character to the Halo universe – Spartan Locke. Peace is shattered when colony worlds are unexpectedly attacked. And when humanity’s greatest hero goes missing, Spartan Locke is tasked...
REQ is not an acronym*. REQ is not a pun. So what it is? It’s short for Requisition points which you’ll be awarded in Halo 5: Guardians. Think of them like virtual trading cards that… Oh, let this guy explain in instead. He’s called Mister Chief and he does it so much better than us. (* Why is it all in caps then?)
Halo 5: Guardians is due for a UK release on 27 October.
• Halo 5: Guardians – Watch The Opening Cinematic Sequence
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With more than little doff of the cap to Starship Troopers and Aliens, Microsoft and 343 Studios have released the action-packed, cinematic opening sequence for Halo 5: Guardians which will be released on Xbox One on 27 October 2015.
Halo 5: Guardians continues the story of the Master Chief, and introduces a major character new to the games – Spartan Locke (though he was previously seen in the webseries Halo: Nightfall). Peace is shattered when...
Microsoft and 343 Studios have launched an announcement trailer for Halo Wars 2 at Gamescom 2015. Halo Wars 2 is apparently “an exciting new strategy game packed with fast-paced action, massive battles and an all-new Halo story”. Well, you wouldn’t really expect anything else, would you? “The same old story again but with song and dance routines,” wouldn’t really cut it.
• Have you seen the new Mad Max game trailer yet?
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The latest addition to the MCM London Comic Con line-up is actor Gideon Emery, known for his appearances in Teen Wolf and Daredevil, as well as his diverse voice-acting roles.
In Teen Wolf, Emery plays the deadly Deucalion, who will stop at nothing in his pursuit of power. In addition to one-off cameos in a range of other popular TV shows like Grimm, True Blood, NCIS, CSI: NY, Castle and 24, Emery recently took on the role of sinister Russian...
It is not unusual in these ultra-competitive times for games consoles to have titles exclusive to them. After all Microsoft’s Xbox has Halo, and Sony’s PlayStation has the Uncharted franchise. What is unusual, though, is for a high value and previously multi-platform franchise to completely change its sales model and become a one brand band. That is exactly what has happened, however, as the next Tomb Raider game, Rise Of The Tomb Raider,...
The K-pop world is always expanding and moving forward and with every new year comes a whole new generation of idols being put into the celebrity world. One of the most anticipated debuts in 2014 has to be the six member boy group HALO. Consisting of members Dino, Inhaeng, OOON, Jaeyong, Heecheon, and Yoondong, they range from 19-22 years old and are under the company Ayin Holdings and C.Two Ent. When K-pop groups have special names there is usually...
Microsoft’s Global Media Briefing opened the 2014 Electronics Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, taking place in the Galen Centre, commonly the home of USC Trojans basketball team. But on this occasion there were no athletes, only gamers!
Phil Spencer Head of Xbox opened the brief, firing everyone up with new footage and a live demo of Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare developed by Sledgehammer Games. The demo showed players wielding assault...