Halo now has thirty books.
It’s an incredible, unmatched achievement – and most of it’s excellent. But it is also something that presents a bit of a problem, which can be summarised succinctly as…
Halo now has thirty books!
Read More Halo has a growing transmedia problem
To learn more about what’s next for Rion Forge and her crew’s search for the long-vanished Spirit of Fire in Halo: Renegades, I got in touch with author Kelly Gay, who was more than happy to answer some questions and drop a few teasers for what is perhaps the best and most important Halo novel since Silentium.
Read More I Interviewed Kelly Gay! – A Primer for HALO: RENEGADES
Sixteen years… It occurs to me that Halo has been in my life longer than it hasn’t. I was seven when Halo 1 released and I’m twenty-three now. This series has been alongside me throughout the most formative years of my life. As I’m sure is the case for many of you, I simply cannot imagine what […]
Read More Celebrating 16 Years of Halo With 16 Obscure Lore Facts
Yes, the folks at 343 Industries decided to give me an early copy of Halo Wars 2 (the Ultimate Edition, no less) – which, as you would probably expect, I am ecstatic about! It’s been eight years (eight long years) since the original game launched Halo into the RTS genre for consoles, which, at the same […]
Read More Halo Wars 2 – Campaign Impressions
Y’know, amidst all of the discussions we’ve had about both the present and future of Halo, along with the announcement of Halo Wars 2, I’ve been taken with the desire to look back on the original game in the first of (hopefully) many retrospective posts. As a note: I don’t have any planned structure of things to […]
Read More A Love Letter to Halo Wars