Halo 4 Reviews

Gaming Age 100% It’s also hard to deny that Halo 4 is a hell of a visual step up for the series. Part of that comes from the art design, featuring bright, neon like colors that infuse the new world of Requiem with inorganic life. But the texture work and character models are a step above what Reach produced, and help to show that that 360 still has a trick or two up its sleeve from a power perspective. Read full review   Game Revolution 100% Unless Black Ops II or Far Cry 3 manage to revolutionize the genre in astronomical ways, Halo 4 is the clear frontrunner for best first-person shooter of 2012. Heck, it may very well be the best game you play all year. Read full review   NZGamer 100% A truly spectacular game. Of all of the possible results that may have sprung from the circumstances that now surround the development of the Halo franchise, Halo 4 is the most welcome (and surprising) imaginable. Read full review   Machinima 100% The visuals have been massively overhauled to make this the best looking Halo, if not the best looking 360 game to date. Read full review   Joystiq 100% The developer launches the best kind of protest, which is to wave an impressive, throbbing shooter in your face. Trust me, you want this. Read full review...

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