The scavenger hunt is over and was very successful. Here’s an animated poster from the new artwork of Halo 5 Guardians. I think people are most hyped about blue team and of course Sgt. Gunnery Buck on Locke’s team.
Monthly Archives: April 2015
The second Interview on this page is with Jessica, whom I met in my early Instagram days. She is a huge Halo fan like me. As you can see in the pictures she added to the Interview, she has lots and lots of cool collectibles. She also has in-depth knowledge of the Halo universe through reading the books, as well as playing all the games. I hope you enjoy what she has to say!
1. When did you start playing Halo?
I’m not sure when exactly I started playing but I remember playing an excess amount of Halo 3 with my brother growing up. I stopped playing video games for a while then ended up playing 3 with a few friends. I remembered how much I loved the story and ended up playing through the campaign in one sitting. I ended up getting Reach and then got completely immersed into the story. I was hooked again. It’s gotten me through some pretty rough times in my life.. I suffer from an eating disorder and depression and this game has brought me out of my funk quite a few times. I get on and play the campaign or online with a few of my friends and it just lifts my spirits.
The good people and fellow german Halo fans of HaloOrbit assembled the status quo of the Halo 5: Guardians scavenger hunt puzzle. Go visit their website for the hi-res pic: HaloOrbit.de – Mysteriöse „Hunt the Truth“ Schnitzeljagd läuft vom 25-28. April
As Bonnie Ross told us back in December, 343 is remastering the campaign of Halo 3: ODST for the Xbox One. It was meant to be an apology for the disastrous release of the Master Chief Collection and is supposed to be free for everybody who played the MCC during November 11th and December 19th.
I’m looking forward to this so much. ODST is one hell of a game with an absolutely stunning atmosphere and soundtrack. There is no concrete date yet, but it is said it’s dropping some time in May with another big update for the MCC.
Being a screenshotter I was very disappointed by the lack of a file share on the MCC. I cannot to this day understand why 343 didn’t give the Halo community the possibility to take screenshots and upload them to your file share. That this feature wasn’t included in the beginning when all went wrong I can forgive. But now? After such a long time? Look at the difference from Halo 4 to MCC below. You have two Halo 4 screenshots and then several Halo MCC shots from Halo 2: Anniversary. There you always have the date/description thingy in the left corner. It sucks! You can crop it out or try to blur it out but honestly you shouldn’t be put in a position where you have to do that.
Halo 4 screenshots:
Halo MCC screenshots:
Of course 343 had already made it so much more difficult to take screenshots in Halo 4, before the MCC came out. I think it was during the phase when the new Halo Waypoint came out, that you suddenly had no recent screenshots in your file share anymore. The only way to find your screenshots was and still is to go to the public file share and look through a ton of screenshots from other people to find yours. If you’re lucky there aren’t a lot of others, but again! why remove something that was working perfectly fine and make it so much harder?
I’m really nervous about all this concerning Halo 5. Will 343 have a proper solution for the Halo photographer out there?