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Halo gets pushed out, and Street Fighter gets brought in. Master Chief grunts and reloads, Chun Li jumps up and down like a school girl.
Microsoft states that the upcoming Halo movie will still be made, despite losing backing by producers Fox and Universal.
The man in charge of big-screen conversion of the Xbox classic talks scripts, first-time directors and DVD extended editions.
The fastest recorded time for completing Halo 2 has got into the Guiness World Records. Whatever next?
The Halo movie will release in summer of 2008, instead of summer 2007.
Can't wait for Halo 3 to come next year? What about the Halo movie? Well, tide yourself over with the graphic novel, which is online now.
Top titles including Halo 2 get a price cut. Whilst new games are expensive on the 360, old Xbox 1 titles are now a bargain.
The chaps at Bungie, the developers of Halo, have sat down and answered a bunch of community questions about the E3 trailer for Halo 3. The answers are pretty interesting.
E3 2006: The Microsoft press conference yielded a trailer for 2007's shooter of choice, Halo 3. Get downloading!
Microsoft has confirmed - it's coming to the PC, finally. However, unless you upgrade to Windows Vista, you won't be getting to give the Master Chief a whirl around the galaxy.
What's coming up this year? bit-tech contributor Ryan Garside takes a look at the 10 most anticipated games on the PC, Xbox 360 and PS2. It's a controversial, yet drool-worthy list.
One cunning site claims to have gone hands-on with the script for the new Halo movie. We have a link and a quick bit of analysis.
Lots and lots of Xbox-related news today: IBM released details of the triple-core CPU; Halo & Halo 2 might look better on Xbox 360; demo systems cause chaos in Walmart; J Allard lays the smack down in an interview about iPod compatibility.
It's not Master Chief, but it is another Spartan warrior. What on Earth?
Weta Digital have boosted their render farm capacity by 50% with 250 new dual-Xeon IBM blade servers in order to complete post-production work on Peter Jackson's new US$150 million epic, King Kong.
Duur, dur dur dur DUR DUR DUR, dur....la la LAAAAAA, ooo ooo-eee-ooo...
The new version of Dead or Alive, on the Xbox 360, will sport a secret character.
Games are the new comic books, or so it seems in Hollywood these days, with the announcement that Vin Diesel is to star in a film version of Eidos' Hitman game series.
Fox and Universal appear to have come to an agreement with Microsoft that will see Halo: the movie hit alongside Halo 3.
The head of the Microsoft Xbox 360 team talks about pricepoint, Halo, and the awesomeness of wireless controllers.
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