Earlier this weekend Bungie dot com crawlers found an unusual message board tab for a game no-one knew anything about, Halo: Reach. Bungie and Microsoft, understandably, haven’t commented on the game’s existence. But now we have just a bit more proof of the game’s existence.
Xbox 360 Achievements found a largely blank page for Halo: Reach on Microsoft’s official Xbox Web site -- no Achievements, no release date and certainly no game information. In other words, we only know it exists and chances are we’ll hear more about it very soon at Microsoft’s E3 press conference.
Halo: Reach could be a prequel to the Halo games. The first Halo book, Halo: The Fall of Reach, followed the early story of Master Chief and the SPARTAN II program.
Microsoft's Nancy Tellem came up on stage to talk about Microsoft's new Xbox Entertainment Studio venture, which will expand the Xbox brand into other media. The big reveal at the show? A live-action Halo TV show by Steven Spielberg. Hoo boy. Check out our Xbox One page and our on-going recap of all the news you need to know from today's reveals.more
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Kendall Boyd, the global marketing lead at Epic Games, has accepted a position with Microsoft to head-up the marketing for the Halo brand. Boyd had been with Epic since 2010. Boyd's departure has been affirmed by both Ep...more