Today marks the 10th anniversary of the original Xbox’s release and, of course, the release of Halo. For months the Xbox was jokingly referred to as “a Halo adapter for my TV.” Today, Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary edition ships for Xbox 360 to remind players just why that original game was so popular.
Click the following link to read our full Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary review.
Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary is a remastered version of the original Halo campaign, and it includes online multiplayer via Xbox Live for the first time. The competitive elements of the online multiplayer functionality come to the surface as the game includes some of the most memorable multiplayer maps in Halo history, while the entire Campaign cane be played in cooperative mode as well.
As you’ll read in our review, the game also includes Kinect voice-recognition support for a variety of in-game commands, and it also lets players use their voice to “hot swap” between the updated graphics and “Classic” graphics mode. Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary also includes new story elements to uncover via hidden Terminals.
Really, if you want more information, you should go read our full Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary review.