Neil Davidge & Kazuma Jinnouchi – The Unsung Heroes of Halo 4

Often, I describe Halo 4 as “a confluence of talent,” but one area I’ve not talked about as much is the music and how it compliments and drives Halo 4’s worldbuilding, characterisation, and how it uniquely honours the past scores.

Neil Davidge, Kazuma Jinnouchi, and everybody involved in the creation of this game’s soundtrack are unsung heroes of the series – today, I want to give them their due.

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Remembering Halo: Reach – Why I Love ‘The Assembly’

“They say that they want to help, but they only say it to themselves. Don’t we have a say in our salvation?”

With the announcement that Reach will be coming to The Master Chief Collection, and will be the first game flighted for the long-awaited release on PC, this naturally came as the perfect reason to go back and revisit the Data Pads and the Assembly. Who are they, and what role could they play in the future?

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Halo: Lone Wolf #4 – Review

“In her final confrontation with the rogue scientist Dr. Chen, Spartan Linda-058 and her AI companion find themselves in a race against time to end the threat posed by the disenfranchised doctor and evacuate the endangered civilian settlement before Covenant forces overwhelm them all.”

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