This certainly isn't the first real world, drivable Warthog we've seen based on the fighting vehicle from the Halo video game franchise.
Gaming technology has made major leaps and bounds, to the point where some titles are almost indistinguishable from real life.
Halo 4 is coming this Tuesday, and of course it’s going to make a ton of money whether the fans end up loving or hating it.
In what’s promising to be a huge season for gaming, the big daddy of the industry, Halo 4, is due on November 6.
Let's face it, if you buy Halo 4 odds are you're going to love it, and you're probably going to pay for every single map pack that goes live - just so you can frag some noobs in multiple player mode.
Microsoft and 343 Industries have been hyping Halo 4 for months now, even though the long-awaited game hardly needs any serious promotion.
The Covenant aresenal in all its glory.
Say what you will about Microsoft and in-house game developers 343 Industries, but those guys sure know how to hype a franchise like Halo.
Microsoft and 343 Industries have confirmed that the long-awaited Halo 4 will launch on November 6, 2012.
The wildy popular Halo franchise recently hit its tenth anniversary and most of us can't help but look back at the one game that started it all.