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Halo: Combat Evolved

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Platform: Xbox
Genre: First-Person Shooter (Sci-Fi)
Developer: Bungie
AKA: Halo (JP)

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Halo: Combat Evolved review

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faktor says: " The XBOX- claimed to be the world's strongest console. The boys at Bungie tried to prove this by making a FPS, that uses every ability of the ''Box'', and then some. In my opinion, they did one hell of a job. "
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Reviewed September 02, 2018

Follow_Freeman says: "Paradigm Shift"
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Halo: Combat Evolved review

Reviewed November 22, 2002

goatx3 says: "Halo is the first Xbox game I ever played. To this day, it’s also the BEST Xbox game I’ve ever played. "
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Halo: Combat Evolved review

Reviewed November 03, 2005

goldenvortex says: "Ironically, I only purchased Halo because I’d played Munch’s Oddysee to death and picked it up because it looked “ok.” OK? If I had heard myself say those words a month after my sceptical purchase, it would’ve probably led to some deserved self-harm. However, they had some justification as Halo sat in line up of the Xbox’s mostly putrid launch title selection along with a few morbidly bland titles like Azurik and Nightcaster. Halo shined out as the firs..."
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Halo: Combat Evolved review

Reviewed December 29, 2005

Halon says: "Halo was the first must-play game on Microsoft's XBox, and to this day is is still seen as one of the best, if not the best game on the system. It is still refered to as the system's "killer app", and a model FPS four years later. You can't say that about many games. "
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Halo: Combat Evolved review

Reviewed March 15, 2004

icehawk says: "Two dropships swoop in from the sky. Eight soldiers are going to land on a beach, to take it from some aliens. They know they are outnumbered. Yet they look somewhat eager for battle. Are they suicidal? Do they lust for battle so much that they don't care if they die? It's not just that though. A bit of confidence tingles in their eyes. A giant of a man stands up. He is over 7 feet tall, and clad in green armor. Perhaps this man's badassness is the source of their confidence. How could this be t..."
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Halo: Combat Evolved review

Reviewed February 03, 2004

tomclark says: "Launch. Game. Roll those words about in your head for just a moment. What springs to mind? Recent history dictates that it will probably be thoughts of lacklustre efforts like Ridge Racer V and it's ilk - games that certainly looked very pretty, but lacked any gameplay flair that set them apart from any previous system. Well hold on to your dungarees, boys and girls, because if that's what you were thinking, then Halo is going to leave you ecstatically surprised. Sorry to ruin any suspense that ..."
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