It's the top secret bit of info that's been whispered about in dark alleyways, behind bike sheds and under tables in McDonald's - psssssst, there's a version of Halo being developed for the Nintendo DS.
No such title has ever seen the light of day of course, but Bungie has now revealed that there's an element of truth behind the gossip.
"I believe we got pitched for it several times," Bungie's Frank O'Connor told Siliconera when questioned about there ever being Halo DS.
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Sept 28, 2007
Beowulf: The Film will be out in November, and will be sharing a publicity budget with a Game of the same name. The film is produced by Robert Zemeckis (this isnt the last Zemeckis reference in this weeks Trailer Trash - youve been warned), and features an all star cast including Angelina Jolie, John Malkovitch, Anthony Hopkins, Crispin Glover, and others. This trailer for the game, however, stars a sword falling into a puddle over and over while some repetitive-looking
Nov 12, 2007
An analyst for Nollenberger Capital Partners has gone out there and stated that he thinks Activision's awesome Call of Duty 4 will outsell Halo 3.
Todd Greenwald said, "Thus far, the game has an average score of 9.5/10 on Metacritic.com, which is almost unprecedented and puts it on par with Halo 3. It certainly is the highest-rated game Activision has ever created. Keep in mind, COD4 is launching on four times as many platforms (Xbox 360, PlayStation3, PC, DS) as Halo 3 (360