Following the delay of Halo Infinite to 2021, you may have heard some allegedly ‘leaked’ reports about the state of the game and 343 Industries from Brad Sams, which has been making the rounds, uncritically reported on by various news outlets.
I know, it’s 2020 and facts don’t matter any more, but it’s completely false information and easily debunked.
Read More Debunking the false ‘leaks’ about Halo Infinite and 343 Industries
After seven long years, the Halo TV show is finally within sight.
Over the last year, we’ve been slowly seeing more and more tidbits of news about the show trickle out, following what feels like millennia of “It’s coming, stay tuned!”
Last November, it was announced that the cast had assembled, the table reads completed, and production was ready to begin – and nothing, not even the Flood could stop it! (How naive we were about all things 2020…)
Given all this additional free time that it’s now our civic duty to observe, I thought I’d share some of my own thoughts on the potential of this series and why I’m excited for it.
Read More Why I’m excited for the Halo TV show
Time for me to weigh in on a different kind of controversy, one that is neither social nor political, but has plagued the entertainment industry for too long. The altercation that has gone on between critics, gamers and even philosophers about whether or not video games can be considered ‘art’.
Read More The War of Art – Video Games as an Art Form
To kick the blog off, and since summer is drawing to a close, I think it’s a good time to look back a bit on the last few months. At the start of summer, I gave myself a reading list.
Read More Summer Reading – The Road
Ah, the obligatory opening post designed to attract and encourage people to read on… It’s like picking up a book for the first time, opening the front page and deciding whether it’s compelling enough to get you reading – keep you going through to the last page (and many potential sequels). One of the aspects […]
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