Wednesday, July 13, 2011

MS: "We have lost our way" with Halo

Microsoft has admitted that he had lost his way with Halo after the release of Halo 3 in September 2007. Both Halo 3: ODST Halo: Reach lacked the main ingredient, ie "play as Master Chief," he told OXM Phil Spencer, Microsoft Game Studios boss. "We lost just a little '. That's why I made sure that with the announcement of Halo 4 was quite clear that you will wear again the role of Master Chief.

Because Master Chief is John Wayne in that universe and it is He who wants to play. " Spencer pointed out the Halo 3: ODST and Halo: Reach "made sense" for fans of Halo 1, 2 and 3, but Microsoft wants to go beyond Halo 4. "Basically, there are tons of players, at the time, who have not started playing Halo 1," said Spencer.

"If you started to play with the Xbox 360 certainly will not have had trouble understanding what it was Halo 3. ODST and Reach, however, could not be so clear." "Now the game has a story," he added, "and must try to attract new players." Microsoft wants to bring Halo to its origins, but what effect all this will have on the abandonment of Bungie, responsible for the birth of the series? The boys of 343 Industries will be able to compare to? Yesterday, Bungie Halo greeted with an emotional farewell.

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