Halo 4 (Video Game Review)
In Halo 4, Master Chief and Cortana return after coming across a mysterious planet known as Requiem and having their ship sucked into a gravity well forcing them to land in the new world. As it turns out, the planet holds the secrets of the ancient Forerunners mentioned throughout the Halo series, but it's also home to a dangerous race of enemies known as the Prometheans. Armed with advanced weaponry and no understanding of human emotions, the Prometheans are the most dangerous enemies the Chief has faced yet, and he must stop his dangerous new enemies from assaulting the human survivors who crash land on Requiem shortly after the game's protagonist crash happens upon Requiem all while coping with what could be the last days he'll spend with his partner AI. Cortana has been in commission well over the average lifespan of most AI, and she is quickly becoming insane at which point she will cease to exist. Halo 4's storyline is the most emotional tale yet, proving the series is in good hands with 343 Industries.
Halo 4 is now available from all major retailers and can be purchased exclusively for Xbox 360 for the MSRP of $59.99. Halo 4 is rated M by the MSRB for Blood & Violence. For more information on the game, check out the official Halo 4 website.
Developer: 343 Industries
Publisher: Microsoft Studios
Available exclusively on Xbox 360
Release Date: November 6, 2012