I really hate to state the obvious, but video game movies are typically less-than-stellar.
Our Milky Way Galaxy is surrounded by an enormous halo of hot gas hundreds of thousands of light years across, and with as much mass as all the stars in the galaxy.
When Halo was the hottest video game around, fans everywhere were understandably clamoring for a movie adaptation.
Back a few years ago, video games were reaching a fever pitch again, to the point where I was wondering when the big video game movie was going to come along.
The Halo franchise is currently one of the most popular properties in all of video game history.
Bungie co-founder Alex Seropian (of Halo fame) is currently working with a studio known as Industrial Toys in an attempt to redefine mobile gaming.
Microsoft and Tor Books have confirmed the next novel in Karen Traviss’ Kilo-Five trilogy, Halo: The Thursday War, will hit store shelves on October 2.
If you're an Xbox gamer, well, odds are you have played at least one iteration of the wildly popular Halo franchise.
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.
When Halo became the biggest thing since sliced bread in the gaming world, a film depicting the classic franchise would have been a no brainer, right?
Say a movie version with Peter Jackson at the helm?
The man behind the team that's working vigorously on the next entry in the Halo franchise has confirmed it will be coming to the current generation Xbox 360.
In the middle of production for the Xbox 360's next big installment in the Halo series, the group's creative director has left.
Having been to a number of midnight films and grindhouse screenings, let me just tell you the right audience can really make a movie come to life - even if it is a dreadfully bad movie.
I've often wondered if the day will ever come when games and movies successfully cross over.
"This group of kids in hoodies with their dreams about Star Wars. They had created this whole world, and to watch them putting that together, and the way they did it was fascinating."
The landmark trial opened yesterday between California and the Entertainment Merchants Association over a reckless state law that would put new restrictions on retailers selling violent video games. The Supreme Court showed just how blatantly silly the law was by pointing out a whole bunch of loopholes and rhetorical questions.
The final installment of the Xbox 360's blockbuster Halo series has become the fastest-selling in franchise history. Reaching $200 million in sales in just 24 hours, it has attained the second highest launch sales of any video game.
Apparently all's well that ends well is not an appropriate sentiment for Microsoft, developer Bungie, and gamers looking forward to next month's planned launch of Halo Reach.
Do you remember downloading 0 day warez on your 14.4k modem while blasting Nine Inch Nails and watching The Crow? Well, OK, nothing will ever compare to those times - but this story may come close.
No, he didn't! An EA spokesperson has claimed that the long-awaited Crysis 2 will be a "Halo Killer."