This week an email was sent out to all you Waypointers with a link to this new hype-inducer.
As we’re now under the 2-week mark on our count-down-until-launch, it’s impossible to watch this and not get the jitters. Both those few cuts which seem to be in-game shots and those which are presumably cutscenes look amazing. Really, there’s nothing more to be said about it.
When I first heard about the return of Master Chief, I was vibing and in a bad way. Too many franchises have been revived, too many dead characters that I loved, in games that ended up butchering those epics that their predecessors had created. I had come to terms with Master Chief’s uncertain end, and while there was an opening for continuation of the storyline, I had hoped it would never be pursued. A game that is breaking away from the Covenant and the Flood, from the essence of what the franchise was originally about, makes me worry. Yet, 343 Industries has gained an ounce of my trust. I’m going to take this tongue-in-cheek until I’ve played it through, but I can truly say I have some hope and good feelings.
Hopefully, on November 6th, in two week’s time, I’ll find that my trust was not misplaced.
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