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Halo: Hunters In The Dark book review

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New York Times bestselling author Peter David and is well known for his work across comic books, novels, televisions, movies and video games. Peter was the writer behind The Incredible Hulk comics for nearly 12 years and TV shows like Babylon 5 and Young Justice. This isn’t his first novel set within a game universe however. In 2010 Peter wrote The Balverine Order, a novel set between the events of the Fable II and Fable III video games for Xbox 360.


Synopsis / Summary

It is 2555, more than two years after the Master Chief went missing-in-action following a decisive conflict on Installation 00 – the massive, extragalactic Forerunner construct known as the Ark – as part of the final chapter in humanity’s bloody thirty-year struggle against the overwhelming forces of the Covenant. Now, as a tenuous peace exists between the humans and the Elites, a startling scientific discovery is made… and the riddle behind its Forerunner origins could very well seal the fate of the entire galaxy within a matter of weeks. In order to unravel these dangerous secrets, a heroic, hastily formed coalition of humans and Elites must attempt to overcome their differences as they embark on a covert mission back to the Ark—an astonishing, enigmatic place beyond comprehension from which few have returned and where mortal danger awaits them all.

Halo: Hunters in the Dark is the 15th novel-length book in the Halo franchise and the second to be released in 2015. Set in 2555 (two years after the end of Halo 3, the novel follows a joint UNSC/Sangheili expedition to the remains of the Ark to solve a mystery that threatens everyone in the galaxy.

Hunters in the Dark is a solid piece of fiction and an awesome addition to the Halo universe. The story » Continue Reading.

E3 Microsoft Conference – Halo 5 Warzone announced


After watching the epic gameplay from Halo 5: Guardians, we were treated to the first look at WARZONE, an epic new way of playing Halo online.

Check out the trailer below and we’ll give you more details once we have them.

Breaking down the Map – Halo Channel


Now that you can get your hands on the latest multiplayer map on Halo 2: Anniversary, the Halo Channel have taken the chance to break down the map, check out the video below.

Halo 3: ODST now available


Earlier in the week we reported that the Halo 3: ODST release date had been accidentally revealed by only to be quashed by 343 Industries, well the very next day after the ‘release date’ eligible players started to receive codes for the game!

The Halo 3: ODST campaign will be free to players who logged in to their Xbox Live account and played Halo: The Master Chief Collection between Nov. 11, 2014 and Dec. 19, 2014.

Otherwise it’s available for the outrageous price of £3.99/$4.99.

The update to the game also includes access to Remnant, a re-imagined version of the Halo 2 multiplayer map, which is free for all.

Have you played the remastered ODST yet? How are you finding it?

Halo 3: ODST release date revealed and then quashed


Earlier on today you may have notice that was playing games with us all by revealing that the Halo 3: ODST remaster was due to be released this Friday.

It seems that isn’t the case as confirmed by 343 industries:

A placeholder release date for the ODST campaign for Halo: The Master Chief Collection was inadvertently listed on the Xbox Store. (1/2)

— Halo (@Halo) May 27, 2015

We continue final testing and will make an official announcement once our release date is determined, and apologize for any confusion. (2/2)

— Halo (@Halo) May 27, 2015

The game is being offered as a free download to all Master Chief Collection players who bought and played the game between launch and December 19 – where frankly the game just failed to work outside of single-player.

As soon as we get a proper release date we’ll let you know.

GAME announce Halo 5 Guardians Limited Collector’s Edition


GAME have announced that they will be selling a £200 Halo 5: Guardians Limited Collectors Edition exclusively.

There will also be a £80 Limited Edition that will come in a steel book and include new digital content to enhance Spartan combat, and some exclusive items too.

The GAME website suggests that the Limited Collectors Edition will include a Limited Edition game, an arsenal of additional content, and a commemorative statue designed by 343 Industries.

Halo 5: Guardians launches on the Xbox One on October 27.

Key art revealed for Halo 5


The #HUNTtheTRUTH is beginning to heat up with the key art being revealed for Halo 5. The art will become the cover of the game, has an animated poster and most importantly shows two Spartan fire teams, presumably team Locke vs. team Chief.

Who are these Spartans? This and many more mysteries will be uncovered as we draw closer to the world premiere of Halo 5: Guardians at E3 2015.


New Halo 5: Guardians Video and Exclusive Armour Set

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A new Halo 5: Guardians has just been released featuring Spartan Locke, who was first introduced in Halo: Nightfall. Spartan Locke will be a key figure in the plot of Halo 5, and to help players get in on the action, GameStop and Microsoft have partnered together to offer an exclusive pre-order incentive. When you pre-order Halo 5 at GameStop, you get the Spartan Locke armour set to use in multiplayer.

There doesn’t seem to be an information about how we’ll get this in the UK, but as soon as we hear anything we’ll let you know.

Halo 5: Guardians release date


Halo 5: Guardians is due for release on October 27th – to get you in the mood there are two live-action trailers to feast your eyes on too!

Let us know what you think in the comments.