After solving Metroid in the first season, the second season Game informantThe Video Gameography podcast turns to one of the largest existing shooting games: Halo. In the next few weeks, we will check all the main line shooting game entries until Halo Infinite, so please sit back and relax, because we started this season at Halo: Combat Evolved.
Halo: Combat Evolved, developed by Bungie, is positioned as the title of Microsoft’s promising but unconfirmed Xbox release. Halo was released on November 15, 2001, redefining the first-person shooter game, and immediately cemented the Xbox’s status as a must-have game console. Without the success of Halo, it is hard to imagine what Microsoft’s position in the gaming industry would be today. Bungie became a household name, but the studio existed long before Halo and was in financial trouble before its launch. Such as the cancellation of Halo’s original PC exclusivity and the twists and turns of going through bizarre works such as the Santa Claus machine are just some of the fascinating topics that we will unravel in this week’s episode.
Join the host Ben Reeves (@Benjamin reeves), Marcus Stewart (@Markus Stewart 7), and Game informant Editor-in-Chief Andrew Reiner (@Andrew_Reiner) When we unravel the history and influence of the first appearance of the Master Chief video game.
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