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Co-founder of Bungie and famed composer for Bungie's Halo games and Destiny, Marty O'Donnell, managed to win his lawsuit against Bungie. He was awarded a fairly large sum of money and some of the company's shares he was owed as a long-time founder and employee.
If you're a PC gamer who's been itching to get your hands on a copy of Halo, I have some semi-good news; a brand new PC-only edition of Halo will launch in the spring. However, it'll only be available in Russia. Sorry if I got your hopes up
It looks like Cortana may be willing to go wherever her services are most needed, if early reports are to be believed concerning a potential launch of Microsoft’s virtual assistant on other platforms, including iOS and Android.
Every hardcore FPS player has been on the business end of an absurd shot. Most of the time, you can write it off as pure luck or some kind of mix-up, but victim of this Halo sniper only has one explanation: the universe hates him.
Remember when 1.16 million Twitch users joined forces to beat Pokemon? We did it together. Democracy overcame anarchy. The good guys won. Well, now Twitch is playing Halo, and it's the opposite of all that.
Master Chief's A.I. assistant Cortana will be making her debut on Xbox One soon. It's not what you're probably expecting, though.
How much do you love your favorite video game? Enough to spend $7,000 on Legos and then build a to-scale replica of a massive ship from said game? Well, that’s exactly what one super fan of Halo, did, building a massive model of the Pillar of Autumn.
Despite some massive budgets for a few of these titles, it didn't stop the games from tripping and falling on their face once they hit the market – this is despite the fact that just about every game on this list sold quite well. So here are the major games that failed to properly meet player expectations and disappoint greatly in 2014.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection is due for release on the Xbox One on November 11th. Some people might be wondering what the big deal is and why they would be excited to play some decade-old (and older) games on their brand spanking new Xbox One?
Can't wait for November 11th? Well, no worries. There are videos and media popping up all over the place prepping for the Xbox One's biggest fall release, Halo: The Master Chief Collection. The latest video features 10 minutes of gameplay from the 1080p, 60fps redo of Halo 4 for the Xbox One.
Now here's a clever way to stop piracy: lock achievements to post-launch patches. Very, very clever. While the Xbox One hasn't been cracked (yet) there are already some nifty new ways that developers are utilizing and leveraging the software side to ensure that only legitimate players will get the most out of the game.
A new video has been released for the upcoming Halo: The Master Chief Collection that covers one of the more popular maps from Halo 2... Lockout. I never really liked the map because it was too small and circular but it was easily one of the more popular maps in online matches.
The jobs landscape is in a pretty ruined state for some countries; finding work is becoming extremely difficult and maintaining a decent paying job is even harder. Well, this kind of hurdle in life isn't exempt from even the most well recognized names in the gaming industry.
Marty O'Donnell is no longer working with the company that helped put his name on the map due to undisclosed reasons. All we know is that the top executives of Bungie fired O'Donnell and he's not coming back. Well, the composer filed a lawsuit and actually won a recent settlement.
One of the biggest games announced for Xbox One so far is Halo 5. Halo has been the flagship franchise for Xbox since 2001 when Combat Evolved convinced millions of gamers to buy the original Xbox. Microsoft hopes that the first Xbox One Halo game can give their next-gen console a lift as well.