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In this November 15 Retro Ad Replay, we’re traveling back in time 20 years since Halo: Combat Evolved first launched on Xbox. It was November 15, 2001. Developed by Bungie and published by Microsoft Game Studios, Halo: Combat Evolved introduced the world of gaming with Master Chief, a Spartan hero. Halo impresses on all levels, claiming it as the biggest Xbox franchise. Now, fans are waiting for Halo Infinite, with the return of Master Chief to continue the fight on Xbox Series X | S,
GameRevolution awarded Call of Duty: Black Ops a score of 10/10 in our review, which celebrates its “absolutely stunning” presentation, it’s “erotic entertainment,” features “a massive single-player portion” and “massive multiplayer,” “great media support,” and “several sentences.” fascinating story”.
A few months ago, I said Halo “…is set up to deliver an unprecedented video game experience on consoles.” Here it is, six months later and Bungie delivered the package like some digital stork on a divine mission. You ask if the video game experience is truly unmatched? Let’s say if you were going to buy an Xbox, Halo would be at the forefront of the I-Told-You-So Battle. Although a game won’t win the system wars, it will make a hell war.
But in the end, Halo completely revolutionized the way we look at console FPS games. Before you go to the sweat-soaked sofa in the sky, you must play this game. It’s really the best FPS you can play on your TV. Xbox scores big with Halo: Combat Evolved.
Watch the Halo: Combat Evolved trailer (reloaded by taitai907 on YouTube):
https://www.gamerevolution.com/features/697502-halo-combat-evolved-release-date-20th-anniversary | Classic ad replay: Halo: 20th Anniversary of Evolution Fight