Articles from Halo

  1. Buggy and Failed Title Launches Are Hurting The Game Industry

    Recently, games such as Halo: The Master Chief Collection and Assassin's Creed: Unity have been released with sub-par launches. Some games have launched with patches ready, and for other games it has taken up to a couple of weeks for much needed patches to be released. Even after getting these, the games still have major bugs that have yet to be fixed. Halo is one of the most successful and widely known game series in the world, selling over 60 million copies of its games and bringing in...
  2. Dynasty Warriors styled Zelda spin off called Hyrule Warriors comes out August 14th in Japan

    There are things to remember when looking up information on Hyrule Warriors, also known as Zelda Musou, and it's obvious if you know who is making the game. It is being developed by Team NINJA, Omega Force, and Nintendo plus Tecmo Koei. Under the okay of Nintendo's Shigeru Miyamoto as well as Legend of Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma, it will not be a main installment to Zelda, but is a spin off. The game is a Dynasty Warriors styled hack and slash with original character techniques...
  3. Xbox One update will allow external storage, auto-sign in, & real names for friends option

    Next month's Xbox update will allow new features on the machine to be utilized that have already been used in the PS4. However, some of these new features may require the purchase of additional hardware. One feature involves an Xbox 360 external drive type set-up, which will be limited to the required USB 3.0 standard. Each external drive used must have a capacity of 256GB or higher; you will have the option of connecting two of these devices. A second plus is that you will be able to use...
  4. The PlayStation Vita Slim Review: LCD screen inferior to the original OLED, but not a deal breaker.

    The PlayStation Vita (PCH-1000) came out in Japan and in a few parts of Asia in December 2011, and in February 22, 2012 for Europe, North America, South America and Singapore. The PS Vita Slim (PCH-2000) came out in November 2013 in Japan, launched in America on the sixth this month, and launched in this past February for the United Kingdom. It has new features that many can enjoy and act as an incentive to buy one. In additional incentive would be the Borderlands 2 combo that is being...
  5. After two year of testing Comcast and EA may reach a video game streaming deal for Xbox One

    With an upcoming potential deal between Comcast and EA, changes could be made so that you can purchase games in the same manner as how you order Pay-Per-View movies to stream onto your cable-connected Xbox One console. Using cloud connected services to do this, the Xbox One is going to be able to use titles like Madden & Fifa, and have them in the homes of Comcast subscribers in the United States. If the Comcast buy of Time Warner Cable goes through regulators, it will be the largest cable...
  6. FCC's strong response in internet Net Neutrality update: "All options" on the table for the future

    When news came out weeks ago about the FCC's new take on Net Neutrality it had privacy advocates to normal internet users outraged at the deals it allowed. Internet providers Comcast and Verizon immediately took advantage of it by letting service providers like Netflix have better speeds for payed access, and there are others waiting to do similar. Many think the challenge of the Open Internet Order (OIO) and the rulings that follow will undermine the internet as we know it, becoming an...
  7. FCC to Allow Pay-for-Access Deals to Companies for Better Internet Speeds in New Rules

    With some new rules, the FCC (United States Federal Communications Commissions) will allow Internet service providers to give better access speeds to companies like Netflix for a price. This has been an issue discussed for a number of years because of the debatable changes that would have been attempted to be made. A recent quote from the ruling goes, “broadband providers would be required to offer a baseline level of service to their subscribers, along with the ability to enter into...
  8. Google to "Reinvent the smartphone" with Project Ara: the modular cellphone

    Have you ever seen the smartphone market and wondered when a phone would come out that would not be outdated in a year or so? Project Ara will do that by bringing the ability to customize your cell phone experience like how you choose parts for your computer. If you've ever wanted to replace your phone but not your contract, or your contract makes you keep your phone for a set period of time, this is something for you. The choice to say get a screen that's less than the best with the most...
  9. Azeroth Choppers comes to World of Warcraft

    World of Warcraft recently released a video showing that Paul Jr. will craft two bikes, one designed for The Horde and one designed for The Alliance, and your vote will determine which one will be chosen as an actual World of Warcraft in-game mount. The creators of American Choppers are world famous for making motorcycles inspired by aspects/objects of society for movies, books, and famous people with enough money to spend. For years, they've been one of the most renowned makers of...
  10. Twitter and YouTube Banned in Turkey | Internet Censorship Now a Norm?

    With Internet censorship becoming a reality, some are considering whether or not it is time to look at the events that have been going on around the world. With internet access in Turkey becoming a questionable service in reliability, security, and integrity, it is unclear what will happen in the aftermath of the scandal involving Turkey's Prime Minister and his familiars. Since the scandal came to light, some speculate that there will be a great deal of change brought to Turkey's precedent...
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