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Halo 3 Confirmed for Fall 2007 42

The folks at Bungie share the news, via their weekly update, that Halo 3 will be coming out this fall. Not surprising, but still good to hear. The game's marketing campaign will soon be kicking into gear, and the site offers the first 'iconic' image they'll be using on billboards and bus stops. The update also includes a few words on the Crackdown/Beta offering (sometimes later this spring), and an update on where they are with Halo itself.
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Halo 3 Confirmed for Fall 2007

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  • by Alaren ( 682568 ) on Monday February 19, 2007 @02:07PM (#18069456)

    I don't do XBox360, but I'm excited that they've pinned down a release date. Now all the release dates I'm waiting on (Metroid Prime 3, Mario Galaxy, Smash Brothers Brawl) might finally start hitting as other game companies plan their releases around and/or to coincide with the juggernaut Halo 3 madness. Now if only we got something more definitive than "Fall..."

  • by Sciros ( 986030 ) on Monday February 19, 2007 @02:17PM (#18069624) Journal
    Except that so far Nintendo has been total rubbish at keeping release dates unless they announce them as they approach. I'd love a solid release date from those guys as well (I'll probably get a Wii when Brawl hits shelves), but I doubt we'll get it.

    Bungie was good about Halo 2 so I expect the same of Halo 3. I just hope they're giving themselves enough time to make it killer. They didn't with Halo 2.
  • by HappySqurriel ( 1010623 ) on Monday February 19, 2007 @02:23PM (#18069700)
    Well ... technically speaking you wouldn't need a "Resistance Killer" because Resistance has neither sold well enough (less than a million units) nor reviewed well enough (88% on gamerankings) to be considered the dominant game ...

    Beyond that, the rest of your post is just a very uneducated troll

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