Believe it or not, celebrities are people too, and as a result, some of them enjoy video games! These 10 celebrities are the most surprising gamers out of the bunch.
343 has revealed that the popular ‘Grifball’ game type spawned by web series ‘Red Vs. Blue’ will be included with ‘Halo 4,’ with a few new tweaks and changes. Try it out: it’s contagious.
This round of video GR Picks brings ‘Castlevania’ re-imagined in ‘Minecraft,’ a live-action ‘Mega Man X’ short film, a ‘Splinter Cell’ web series, and a working, full-scale LEGO model of the M45 Tactical Shotgun from ‘Halo Reach.’
Looking for gift ideas for that special gamer in your life? Enter this Game Rant contest for a chance to win a copy of ‘Halo: The Art of Building Worlds’!
For the low price of five pounds, gamers can purchase 30 minutes of protection in any of their favorite multiplayer shooters like ‘Call of Duty’ or ‘Battlefield.’
Custom-LEGO builder Nick Jensen shows off his latest creation for Halo weaponry: the Halo: Reach SRS99 Anti-Material Sniper Rifle – constructed entirely from LEGOs.
Megan Fox admits to being addicted to Halo: Reach multiplayer. In fact, there’s a small chance you may have played her online.
During Halo Fest, 343 Industries delivered the goods on three new ‘Halo: Anniversary’ maps for multiplayer, while delivering some pretty controversial updates for ‘Halo: Reach.’
A brand new way to play online in ‘Halo: Reach’ delivers fast and hilarious gameplay – involving insane warthog driving and gravity hammer toting zombies! Check out the ‘Speed Halo’ video.
‘Halo:CE’s’ soundtrack is getting an orchestral enhancement, Marathon is free on iTunes, and you can win a steak by playing ‘Halo: Reach.’ Welcome to Bungie Day.
In Game Ranter Banter, the team discusses two new Ubisoft games, the everlasting PSN problem, Bungie’s next title (or lack thereof), and the next Call of Duty.
An interview with 343 Industries’ Frank O’Connor on ‘Halo’ across all media provides insights into this storied franchise’s past and future. We dig into it here.
The latest set of ‘Halo: Reach’ multiplayer maps has landed on the Xbox Live Marketplace, but is it worth your hard-earned Microsoft points? Check out our review to find out.
It is well known that Bungie is handing over ‘Halo’ to Microsoft, but despite the next DLC not being from them they are still very involved with ‘Halo: Reach’ for the time being.
343 Industries has released a brand new trailer for the upcoming map pack, taking fans behind the scenes to hear how each level was designed for its specific game type.
The ‘Halo: Reach’ Defiant Map Pack will be available to download on March 15. Bringing three new maps, the pack will cost 800 MS points.
The nominees for the the 2010 BAFTA Video Game Awards have been announced, with Assassin’s Creed and Call of Duty leading the pack. Which will come out on top?