|Hooker - 2007-09-14 |
I'm not interested in this game in the slightest, but that was actually pretty cool.
Hopefully we actually get to use the human weapons this time.
|Jeff Fries - 2007-09-15 |
|Aubrey McFate - 2007-09-15 |
80s era computer text and a cosplay factory. Yawn.
Nice production values, though.
With such nice production values, you'd think we could have seen some actual fighting instead of guys standing around showing off their barcode tatoos.
|Diogenes - 2007-09-15 |
Meh... I only needed to see this scene once, and Starcraft II made a greater contribution to the science of automated heavy-industrial powered exoskeleton fabrication.
|Adramelech - 2007-09-15 |
I didn't think it was possible to be sick of a game before it's released, but yeah. Friggin' Halo is like videogame cancer.
|Innocent Bystander - 2007-09-15 |
I liked the first scenes where the big spaceships were floating in the distance. The rest was just a ripoff of Aliens. But a neat ripoff all the same.
This would be a really good vehicle for, I dunno, some government to make people think war is cool.
|StanleyPain - 2007-09-15 |
I didn't submit this because I'm some Halo fanboy, I submtted it because I thought it was a earnestly well-made, stylish short film and I really admire the work of Neill Blomkamp, who will be (is) directing the Halo movie. He's also done two other Halo 3 shorts, one of which is the now much-parodied "museum" piece.
I'm as sick of Halo as most people, but I can divorce the artform from its origins in this case.
|vissarion - 2007-09-15 |
I'm sorry, I don't even think this is particularly well made.
I'm not that thrilled by this. There's just something really workmanlike about it.
|Thatcher Pennywhistle - 2007-09-15 |
Did this guy really peak with his movie starring Linda Carter?
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