Although the Halo Trilogy may have ended some time ago, Bungie has more to its unique and action-packed universe than just the Master Chief. After all, we have seen Halo Wars and Halo: ODST.
Bungie is currently working on their final Halo title before leaving Microsoft and joining Activision.
The player will be presented with a darker story in Halo: Reach. Halo: Reach is set on the planet Reach. It will be humanity’s last defense against the Covenant. The story of the Noble Team, a Spartan army willing to risk their lives to stop the Covenant, will be told on the planet Reach. These Spartans are not the kind you want… Its Reach, and not Sparta.
Bungie is promising much with this title. The player will not only be able to become a legendary Spartan soldier but also have the opportunity to participate in some of the most critical conflicts in Halo’s history. The player will have access to new weapons and abilities that will allow him to take on the most intelligent AI foes.
The new technology will enhance the experience with breathtaking visuals that combine with systems that use next-generation technology to its fullest. Let’s not forget about the great features that players love. The new Halo: Reach game will offer a four-player coop, split-screen support, and saved films. There will also be screenshots, split-screen support, saved movies, and other features that they have yet to reveal. Although it may be Bungie’s last Halo title, Halo: Reach looks to be their best. To find out, we’ll need to wait until September halfway.
At a Glance
Bungie is making big promises about Halo: Reach, and they know their reputation.
Bulletstorm is a first-person shooter that goes overboard and makes your friends go splat.
Cliff Bleszinski, the creative designer, describes the game as a combination of Duke Nukem’s TV series Firefly. He promises action-packed gameplay mixed with a quirky story.
The story is set in a future space where ex-elite mercenaries become drunken pirates.
They are trapped on dangerous planets at the frontier of space after an accident.
Their mission was to flee the planet alive, with all of their body parts attached, while mutants, mercenaries, and vicious creatures fight for the right to change the menu.
The player controls Grayson Hunt, the main character. He is joined by Ishi Sato, his friend, in a desperate struggle to escape the planet and perhaps even take revenge on their commander.
Epic Games has teamed up with developers. People Can Fly (of Painkiller fame), which means that we can expect boss encounters in biblical proportions.
Bulletstorm will introduce their own range of FPS weapons to make potential kills more interesting. The flail gun, which fires two grenades connected by a chain and can be used to create exciting kill combinations or takedowns, is one example.
You are encouraged to create killer kill shots. Points can be earned for stylish kills that can be used for character upgrades or weapons.
This will be a one-off release for the collection. It’s a break from the serious, with lots of boss fights and over-the-top kill action. Bulletstorm will be available for purchase in 2011, although no release date has been announced.
Here’s a quick look:
What more could you ask for in a futuristic, violent romp across an alien planet, 2011-mutant infested?
Epic & Developer
Publisher: Electronic Arts
Distributor: EA Africa