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Wednesday, 21 November 2012 17:44

Halo 4:' singleplayer review

Still legendary 

There's a line in 'Halo 4's' campaign that immediately got my attention. When Cortana is dealing with the effects of her rampancy (which is basically an AI's version of multiple personality syndrome, and all of the personalities are crazy), she bemoans her fate to the Master Chief. In an emotional state, she predicts that they'll pair the Chief with another version of her, 'but it won't be me' is her resigned, saddened conclusion.

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Thursday, 15 November 2012 00:08

Halo 4:' multiplayer review

Restructuring Bungie's online battlefield

In games as in movies, sequels are a delicate thing. You have to simultaneously protect everything that made the first game great while adding more features and polishing the whole experience. In the case of 343 Industries, they've had to take on the role of torch-bearers and bridge-burners. To bring 'Halo 4' up to speed with improvements that other first-person-shooters have made in the past few years while keeping the 'Halo feel' is no small task. Stepping into 'Halo 4's' multiplayer, longtime fans have to ask, is this budding developer up to the task?

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