As a fan of of the Halo video game franchise since the beginning, I can’t tell you how much I enjoyed this video series. There have been plenty of rumors about a live-action Halo movie for years, and this is a great start to what I hope will become the next big thing.
I’m not ashamed to admit that I actually cheered out loud during the fourth episode. If you’re a Halo fan, WATCH THESE VIDEOS!
I’m a fan of and own all the Halo games, but for some reason I just can’t get into this. I’ve tried. It’s not just this show, though; it seems to be all shows based on video games. I’m just not interested in the story outside of the game. It’s the same way I feel about movies based on video games. It’s weird.
I don’t usually care about anything outside of the video game but for whatever reason, Halo is different. I’ve actually read all the novels based on the Halo universe–something I haven’t even considered doing for other games–Gears of War, nope, Mass Effect, yawn. There’s just something about the mythos behind Halo that I really dig. I enjoy seeing how the franchise is adapted in different ways. Heck, some of the books don’t even have Master Chief or the spartans at all, but I still enjoyed reading them.
Picking up Halo 4 Tuesday?
Yes. Tuesday will be a national holiday in my house. 😉
This is def off topic but do you know of a good website to find info on old 80s cereal box toys? Been getting into collecting them and I’m having a tough time finding info on them.
Nothing comes to mind, but you might hit up Shawn over at Branded in the 80’s. He might have the answer.
Halo looks cool. But I have a simple question what do I do? I have a problem and I need the leagues help. http://spacemanstar.blogspot.ca/2012/11/ps3-vs-xbox.html?m=1
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