Entries in 'halo' (19)
Marty O’Donnell has settled his case against Bungie for terminating the studio’s former composer “without cause.”
Halo fans will now be able to play every Halo title featuring Master Chief on Xbox One.
Halo and Destiny composer Marty O'Donnel is reportedly suing Bungie for unpaid benefits, such as unpaid vacation time and personal days.
The Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition Halo Mash-up Pack is scheduled to arrive today via the Xbox Games Store, Microsoft has announced.
Halo: The Master Chief Collection – a bundle packing remastered versions of the four numbered Halo releases – will reportedly launch later this year on Xbox One.
Acclaimed video games composer and Halo score creator Marty O’Donnell says he has been sacked by Bungie.
Bungie co-founder Alex Seropian's startup Industrial Toys has received a sizable investment from Accel Partners to develop his new mobile title, Midnight Star.
Halo developer 343 Industries has hired professional gamer Eric Hewitt.
The Halo franchise's next major entry is still scheduled to land in 2014, Halo PR manager Rob Semsey has assured.
Halo 4 developer 343 Industries hopes to bring the FPS franchise to a multitude of digital and physical formats, according to Halo: Spartan Assault lead designer Mike Ellis.
Microsoft has confirmed an Xbox One and Xbox 360 release for its most recent Halo game, Halo: Spartan Assault.
Joseph Staten – co-creator and design director of the Halo and Destiny franchises – is leaving Bungie after 15 years at the company.
There was a time when you’d have been forgiven for thinking Halo had passed its peak.
This week's issue of MCV is filled with great interviews and analysis, as we reveal why Nintendo 3DS is the console of the year.
I was sitting at breakfast yesterday morning with one of my favourite games journalists.
We might just refer to it as Halo 5, as that's a lot quicker to write than 'the new Halo game'.
Master Chief will be back next year in the first next generation shooter of the series.
My brother Ben loves Bungie.
It may be behind one of the biggest game franchises of all time, but Bungie insists it still needs to prove itself.