The world was a very different place in 2001. Call of Duty hadn’t been released yet, Medal of Honor was good, and fans of first-person shooters were still searching for health packs instead of waiting for their health to regenerate automatically. And then Halo came out to completely change the landscape, not only of the first-person shooter, but of gaming in general.
This is actually a really neat little feature in Halo Anniversary. you see the game how it looks, pretty damn good looking (as far as the CAM presentation allows us to see.) but with the push of a button the game is switched over to all it’s original textures, models, sounds from the original Xbox … Read moreFlashback feature in new Halo Anniversary