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Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary
17 September 2014
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Excerpt: [viddler id=1ce3afa6&w=900&h=570] A transcription of the review is below: John-117 returns to relive his first battle against the Covenant in Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary , a reimagining of the original smash hit.
Pros: Beautiful HD restoration, Same excellent Halo gameplay we know and love
Cons: Multiplayer taken from Reach, not the original, Driving still SUCKS
Xbox 360 Review - 'Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary'
14 December 2011
Summary: Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary is a remastered version of the original Halo campaign, created in celebration of the 10th anniversary of the franchise, featuring a bounty of new features, including cooperative play over Xbox Live, a bundle of multiplayer maps reimagined for Xbox Live, new...
Excerpt: The importance of the original Halo on the original Xbox can’t be overstated, nor can it be denied. While not the very first console-based first-person shooter, it was the one that popularised the idea of this genre on anything other than a computer while the game’s resultant success no doubt played...
Excerpt: After crushing the Covenant and retreating from Reach, it only seems fitting to end up right where we began in Halo Anniversary, a commemorative update of Combat Evolved that brings the series full circle.
Pros: Halo's campaign remains the standard that all other sci-fi shooters are measured against; really nice graphical upgrade and 5.1 surround support; creative weapons and enemy designs; co-op play over Xbox Live; good value at $39.99.
Cons: Multiplayer is little more than a map-pack for Halo: Reach; best multiplayer levels from the original didn't make the cut; Kinect functionality is gimmicky at best; some level designs show the game's true age.
Conclusion: Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary is almost as good in reality as it ever was in your memory. The graphical update is welcome and the multiplayer maps are decent if not amazing. There are a few rough edges and cracks around the once infallible gameplay, but nothing that would stop you enjoying Halo:...
Conclusion: If you love Halo, you will love this remake of the game that started many gamers path to first person shooters. Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary is out now and Master Chief is waiting for you 10 years later once again.