Bitmob’s Quality Assurance: What’s right and wrong with Master Chief

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At Bitmob, we know a lot about games, but we know even more about criticizing them. That is why we've come together to perform quality assurance on the industry's biggest characters. Sure, Mario is devastatingly handsome, but his tiny feet cause him great shame. Sonic may have blast-processing speed, but he has sunk to starring in some pretty questionable erotica that certainly isn't on my hard drive in a folder named "Fist of Furry."

Quality Assurance is a feature where we select one star of the video-game world and break down his characteristics. During the process, we point out what makes these characters so popular, and then we cut them down — 'cause we're insecure and it makes us feel good to hurt people's feelings. 

This week we break down Halo's Master Chief: 

See other QAs here.

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