Ian discusses his thoughts on the Halo universe, including Tin Foil Halo, theories on the Halo lore, and Fiction Science, an exploration into some hard science as it relates to events in Halo.
Whether or not you enjoyed Halo 5: Guardians, you’re probably starting to wonder when the next installment of Microsoft’s premier Xbox video game franchise is going to re-emerge. While consumers have come to expect something new from Call of Duty every year, Halo gives its first person shooter titles a little more breathing room between releases.
The sequel to Halo 5: Guardians will not be released until 2019. Evidence to support this conclusion includes the lack of any new Halo news to date, 2018 Halo merchandise focusing on Halo Wars 2 characters and vehicles, the rumors of the TV series shooting at the end of 2018, and the impending re-release of the Master Chief Collection which will probably end up falling towards the end of 2018.
How feasible is the Planet of Blue and Red as it is described in Halo: Broken Circle? To answer this question effectively, we first must first focus on what specifically is told to us about the Planet of Blue and Red (henceforth known as PBR to be concise and because beer) in the book...
The events of the Human-Forerunner War, the Human-Flood War, and the Forerunner-Flood War went EXACTLY how the Primordial/Flood wanted it, including the activation of the Halo Array and the annihilation of the Forerunners and the Flood.
Introducing Blogging Evolved!
It's just like Podcast Evolved, but quieter! Ok, no, not really, but since Oran, Aaron, Krysta, and David were foolish enough to give me admin rights to the website, I have decided to hijack the site and use it for my own purposes. I love to write, and what better topic to write about than Halo?