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Halo 5: Guardians (Xbox One)

Platform : Xbox One
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  • Peace is shattered when colony worlds are unexpectedly attacked. But when humanity's greatest hero goes missing, a new Spartan is tasked with hunting the Master Chief and solving a mystery that threatens the entire galaxy.
  • Your team is your weapon: Play solo or with friends in a 4-player co-op experience
  • Warzone: New, 24-player massive-scale multiplayer mode.
  • Arena: Pure, skill-based 4-vs-4 competitive combat
  • Extensive multiplayer content: Receive more than 15 new free maps and earn fresh, new content like weapons and gear, each month after launch.
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  • Platform: Xbox One
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 15 years and over Suitable for 15 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 15. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 15 years of age or over.
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Platform: Xbox One | Edition: Standard
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  • ASIN: B00D781W3Q
  • Release Date: 27 Oct. 2015
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (723 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 57 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Platform:Xbox One  |  Edition:Standard

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The Next Evolution of Halo Combat. Peace is shattered when colony worlds are unexpectedly attacked. But when humanity’s greatest hero goes missing, a new Spartan is tasked with hunting the Master Chief and solving a mystery that threatens the entire galaxy.

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I've practically grown up with the Halo games, with the Bungie-developed Halo titles being a significant part of my youth's recreation and still providing an enjoyable console shooter experience today. Naturally, 343 Industries had some very big shoes to fill after Bungie moved on to Destiny, and Halo 4 was something of a mixed bag with some appreciated new ideas, but a number of unappreciated multiplayer changes & content absent or unequally functional to Bungie's final Halo title. So, it was hoped that a second attempt on newer hardware with established feedback could bring better results for a followup. If you were to ask me, it made some necessary steps forward, but made some absurd missteps not even made with Halo 4 that make that game seem far more preferable.

First & foremost, Split-screen & LAN based Co-op & Multiplayer is no longer a factor, a deeply unfortunate removal as it is one of the franchises most beloved modes of play, especially for myself as it continues to be an opportunity for some sofa-gaming with friends. And to add even further insult to injury, every single mode of play besides Solo Campaign requires an internet connection, which both baffles & appalls me as even the game's map-editing tool Forge requires this connection even when working alone, and a disconnection instantly wipes all unsaved progress without warning, and having experienced two disconnections in a worrying space of time, I am relieved I wasn't doing anymore than exploring inventory. Why they locked so much of the game behind an internet connection is beyond me, but it alone earns a great deal of contempt from myself. Unfortunately, it doesn't end there.

The Campaign is a falsely advertised bore-fest of wasted potential.
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Halo 5 is The latest in the Halo series and what seems to be the middle part of a second trilogy.

As with all the Halos since Halo 2 there is a campaign which is available single player or online co-op (though sadly not local co-op) and a variety of online modes (including all the usual but with the inclusion of the excellent Warzone mode allowing for much more epic battles).

Visually the game looks nice. It maintains a pretty steady 60 FPS making for a very smooth experience with an adaptive resolution that changes down from 1080 where needed to maintain a smooth experience. It leads to a very nice and smooth experience. I wouldn't say it's quite as stunning as something like Battlefront has proven to be but at the same time it has to maintain a consistent look with the Halo series (so still a bit too much focus on those purples and pastels for me) and is sharper and very smooth.

The campaign itself focuses mostly on Spartan Locke and his team who are sent to track down The Master Chief (who you only get to play on a few levels). It feels like a mixture of ODST and traditional Halo and works quite well. Story wise though I didn't feel I knew what was going on that much, it seemed to rely on you have a knowledge of the extended lore from books and comics to really "get" it.

The story was pretty linear but varied which led to a very brisk fun pace and the combat was excellent and varied , as were the enemies so I was kept engaged enough to want to see it all and enjoyed it.

Sound as music is a big part of Halo and I felt it was again very good and pretty dramatic in places, nicely supporting the feel of the game.
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First of all this game is as good as any halo as first person shooters, halos in my opinion are the best shoot em up games along with goldeneye on n64 in the history of gaming, I can play them over and over. Having said that this game really disappointed me in the fact you hardly get to be the master chief the ultimate savior of humankind who you get to be in all the other halos, locke is OK to be just like the arbitor was on halo 2 but the main focus should still be on chief because ultimately it's his story. Spoilers ahead!! The thing with cortana was abit left field aswell turning her into a bad guy holding the universe to hostage do as I want or die basically, in the other games she's a good guy! This didn't ruin it for me but just didn't get it, obviously chief hasn't gone rogue he's just trying to get cortana to do the right thing and of course he didn't know of what she'd done till near the end. Obviously 5 stars cos it's still the best at first person shooter action, fast paced with a great choice of guns, again I will play it again at some point on a harder mode like the others, halo 6 is blatantly going to happen aswell as it leaves it unfinished if you like which had its pros and cons, I just prey in halo 6 we get what everyone wants!! Alot more master chief!! Please
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Great to see the Halo series back, very disappointed at how short the game is. 15 levels in all and 2 of them are to walk from one point to another not even under fire. It took me just over 8 hours to complete, which is pretty poor value for the price paid. It does feel like they only gave you half a game and probably could have put another 15 levels into it.

oh and remember all those adverts you saw on TV? Well none of that is actually in the game.....

that said though, if you are into multiplayer and want to finish it on legendary, there is more in this for you. If you are a single player and have no intention of going online, then you should look to sell it on once you completed it to get back some money.
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