All New Multiplayer Modes Supposedly Coming In Next Halo Game

The future of the Halo series has been a confusing topic as of late, not so much in regards to their being any doubt that their will be a next game in the series so much as wondering what the hell that game will be. Last year a game simply titled Halo was teased at E3 (which confused a lot of people) and since then there have been several rumors suggesting that a remake of the classic Halo 2 is in the works.

Now, thanks to a job listing on the Microsoft careers website, it’s sounding more like the next game could be Halo 5. In the description, one of the responsibilities of the position is “balancing and tuning existing competitive experiences, creating, developing, and delivering all new Halo MP game modes.”

I would expect that the developers would be focusing more on just recreating what was so great about Halo 2’s multiplayer rather than needlessly adding to it, so I’m inclined to believe that this regards Halo 5. Due to the fact that each new installment attempts to bring something new and exciting to the table, this is probably just a push to ensure that does in fact happen in the next chronological installment in the franchise.

balancing and tuning existing competitive experiences, creating, developing, and delivering all new Halo MP game modes.

Microsoft Buys ‘Gears Of War’ Franchise From Epic Games

Gears of War will now be run by a different company. *GASP*


Microsoft has made the announcement that they have acquired all of the rights to the hugely popular Gears of War franchise from Epic Games. Their new outfit Black Tusk Studios will be developing future installments in the franchise, and will be using Epic’s Unreal Engine. Continue reading “Microsoft Buys ‘Gears Of War’ Franchise From Epic Games”

Microsoft Does 180 On Xbox One Policies!

Don Mattrick has announced that they have listened to the fans and removed all of the features of controversy on Xbox One.

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shhMicrosoft has made a huge announcement today that will completely eliminate all of the problems that many fans had since Xbox One‘s unveiling. Xbox President of Interactive Entertainment Business Don Mattrick made the announcement via an online message, which was a lengthy description of everything they have done to better suit what their fans want.

“Since unveiling our plans for Xbox One, my team and I have heard directly from many of you, read your comments and listened to your feedback. I would like to take the opportunity today to thank you for your assistance in helping us to reshape the future of Xbox One.” Continue reading “Microsoft Does 180 On Xbox One Policies!”

Microsoft E3 Press Conference Wrap-up

Microsoft showed off some impressive games, but didn’t do enough to turn the tide on recent controversies surrounding Xbox One.


shhMicrosoft‘s E3 2013 press conference has come and gone, and with it comes a slew of gaming and system announcements. They had a lot of controversy surrounding Xbox One leading up to this conference, and they really needed to hit a home run to get people excited about this system again. Was it a home run? Nope, but they did show off footage of some exclusive games that look fantastic. Continue reading “Microsoft E3 Press Conference Wrap-up”