Ridley Scott to Produce Second Halo "Digital Feature Project" for Microsoft

A variety of Hollywood names are rumoured to be attached to Microsoft's other Halo live action project, with famed director Ridley Scott said to be onboard as executive producer. This isn't the Spielberg-produced Xbox-exclusive series. It's something else. Something bigger. Read More >>

District 9 and Elysium Director Tipped for Halo Xbox One TV Show

If you've followed the see-sawing story of the Halo gaming franchise's rocky route to the silver screen, you'll have seen Neill Blomkamp's name regularly pop up. The director very nearly took on the challenge of putting the Master Chief on the silver screen before turning his attention to the superb District 9. And now, he's back in the running to helm the Halo Xbox One TV show. Read More >>

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Microsoft's Xbox One TV Shows, Including Halo, Coming in Early 2014

The Xbox TV dream will be fleshed out a little more some time during the first half of 2014, as that's when Microsoft says its exclusive TV content should start hitting the screens of willing Xbox One media consumers. Read More >>

Somebody Tell This Chinese News Show That Halo's Master Chief Isn't Part of the US Army

They've already fictitiously employed the services of Captain America and Iron Man; the US Army would be all-but invincible if they somehow convinced Master Chief to join their ranks too. Thankfully, just like the comic book heroes, he's not a real person, so that will never happen. Somebody should tell the China Central Television station that though, as it's convinced Uncle Sam is putting together an army of 26th Century super-soldiers. Read More >>

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Rumuor: Xbox One's Halo Will be Halo 5

Xbox One's due to get an almighty second push at the end of 2014, when the machine's Halo title is set to launch. And a leaked clip from the team that put together this year's E3 teaser suggests it'll be the big, proper, full Halo 5 rather than any spin-off title. Read More >>

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Master Chief and Halo Arrive to Rescue Microsoft Surface

Microsoft's released yet another new Halo game today, with Halo: Spartan Assault now out on the Windows Store. What's rather exciting is that it's been designed to run on Windows 8, Windows RT and WP8 touch displays, meaning there's now a pretty large reason for Halo nuts to buy themselves a Surface or a Nokia. Read More >>

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What Does Microsoft's New E3 Xbox One Teaser Tell Us?

Microsoft's busted out a teaser trailer for its E3 event next week. While we saw a lot about the hardware at its official unveiling, arguably the most important bit, the games, were left for E3. So, what does the video tell us? More Gears of War, Forza and Halo, apparently. Read More >>

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Xbox One Will Work Offline... For a Day at a Time

We now have a firm answer regarding Xbox One's curious internet needs. Xbox One does not require an "always-on" internet connection to function if you're playing alone, but it does need to "phone home" once a day to check licensing information and keep your games working. A bit like the massive Sky box it is. Read More >>

WHAT?! There's Going to Be a Live-Action Halo TV Series Directed by Steven Spielberg

We thought we knew a lot about what was coming at today's Xbox One announcement. But there's at least one phenomenal surprise that the internet was able to keep it's mouth shut about: The Halo series is making its way to a living room near you—but in the form of a television series. And Spielberg's directing. They've said it's going to be a premium, Game of Thrones-style thing. Gulp. Read More >>

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Elysium Is What the Dumped Halo Movie Could Have Been

Those who were following what happened with the now-dumped Halo movie will know that Neill Blomkamp, director of District 9, almost directed the Master Chief's cinematic outing. Instead, Elysium is what he's been working on, and it bear a striking similarity. Check out this kickass trailer. Read More >>

Halo Maker Bungie Reveals its Destiny

There's a mysterious round object. Some aliens. And you with a gun. It can only be the official reveal of Destiny, the long-rumoured new project from Halo creator Bungie. Read More >>

Halo Developer's Next Game Reveal Coincides With Sony's PS4 Event...

Bungie, the Halo creator and developer that's now a freelance gun in the employ of mega-publisher Activision, is teasing a new product. It'll be the Destiny game that's been leaked endlessly over recent months. Only... the teaser coincides with Sony's supposed PS4 launch date of February 20th. Read More >>

Apple Let a Hilariously Fake "Halo 4" into the App Store

Did you guys hear about the Halo 4 port on iPhone and iPad? Apparently Microsoft and 343 Industries have the whole thing running on both the iPhone and iPad and it's just five bucks and the only difference is it's just a chess game and not even a little related to Halo. Oh. Read More >>

Far Cry 3 Lost Expeditions Is Your Bullet-Riddled-Blood-and-Guts-For-Christmas Deal of the Day

We're running short of time as far as getting big bargain brilliance delivered to you through your door in time for Christmas, so today's special offer is also available in-store in a last-minute-gift stylee. Read More >>

You Can Actually Buy Your Very Own Halo Warthog Right Now

Have you always wanted to cruise around in an awesome Humvee-style tank-of-an-off-roader, complete with gun mounts and more Halo than you can shake a stick at? Well, now you can, for the paltry sum of £17,500 or nearest offer, you can own your very own Warthog. Read More >>

Forget Halo 4, This Is What Bungie's Working on Now

Original Halo developer Bungie may have stepped away from the Xbox shooter franchise, but there's still plenty to get excited about whenever its designers put digital pen to digital paper. This is Destiny, Bungie's new title and an attempt at making a game universe as big and diverse as that of Star Wars. Read More >>


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