It’s only been eight months since the Master Chief tore through Halo 4, but Microsoft has already announced a new Halo game to boost enthusiasm around its much-maligned Xbox One console.
Game preservation is already a difficult job, but Xbox One might have just made it that much harder.
Bungie’s Pete Parsons talks about leading the Destiny team and the studio’s PlayStation 4 announcement.
A there-and-gone listing on Steam’s game-content database hints that Valve’s streaming service might add Microsoft’s premiere franchise to its catalog.
Editor’s Pick Toys based on video games are nothing new, but what does the gaming industry think of Gears of War toys being marketed directly at eight-year-old kids?
Editor’s Pick It’s no secret that first-person shooters — in all their Hollywood-inspired clamor and spectacle — don’t simulate the realities of war very well. From basic rules of engagement, to gun safety (i.e., don’t flag your buddies), and the dynamics of combat, FPSs are more akin to interactive action flicks than a proper recreation of armed conflict.
Halo’s Master Chief is looking for love on Extra Hearts, our dating site for gaming characters.
The Master Chief and Cortana finally return in an epic game that frequently sticks too close to the Halo playbook but still moves the needle in smart, important ways.
Set in a postapocalyptic world literally covered in darkness, Flare is a show that utilizes Fourth Wall Studio’s unique Rides.tv technology to deliver a story through multiple devices, like your phone, laptop, and tablet.
If you’re an old-school Halo fan, you might just hate Halo 4′s multiplayer before you love it. This is a very different Halo, and it has a very specific mission: take back the multiplayer crown from Call of Duty.
Halo: Reach finishes the story that game developer Bungie began nearly a decade ago. The newest Halo video game for the Xbox 360 is the last that Bungie will make for Microsoft. After that, it moves on to a new universe. It feels like we’re seeing an old friend for the last time before they move on to a new life.