Unless you've been living under a rock, you know about our ongoing minigame competition, the quest for the penultimate minigame. There were 32 submissions, but only one can be crowned champion, and win the title of "The Best Halo 4 Minigame". There are, however, real prizes to be had for our fair contestants.
The person who wins the title will be awarded a unique and custom modded controller, courtesy of GamerModz.com. It's Halo-themed and optionally includes their SPS-X2 rapidfire modification. They'll also win a Halo-themed Xbox skin (shown below), which is super sick. You should click through to that link to find out more about them, because they're awesome. Really. In total, this top prize is worth roughly $200. PRIZES! YEAH!
Second, the top FIVE maps will win a Ghost prop for their Xbox avatar dude, courtesy of 343 Industries. In addition, in each round of voting, one person who has playtested the maps and then voted will be awarded a Ghost prop, coming out to FIVE more Ghost props.
I like to imagine now you're asking yourself: "So how do I participate?" The answer is quite simple! Just head on over to the minigame boards on the site, download the maps, and vote for your favorites. There's also a live bracket that will update with each round, so you can track your favorite map. I encourage you to bring your friends in, help your favorite map win the contest and the goodies involved! The more votes you can get, the more chance your favorite map has to win! You can also access the brackets by clicking the big links below.
So, how is the Minigame Bracket laid out?
Due to the format of the implemented bracket system, there's been a bit of...
Destiny E3 2013: 12 minute Gameplay
"What does this have to do with Halo?" you may ask.
"Get out." I respond.
Here's the most recent and most in-depth demonstration of Destiny gameplay thus far.
Be sure to stick it on 720p for that sweet, sweet next gen goodness.
So at E3 they announced the newest Halo game coming out. Excited about the new teaser? If you haven't seen it out, check it out below.
E3 2000, I mean.
I know, I'm a joker. You probably wanted something newer than that. Well here you go.
Halo 2. Good times, huh? That was in 2003.
No, no, we want the one for the current Xbox. Not past ones, silly! "Okay" I say, "I'll get you the teaser you were waiting for..."
Well I'd blame you for stupidity if you didn't see this next video coming. I mean, fuck, can't you see the huge thumbnail? Get your shit together, dude.
Halo 3, E3 2006
I'm going to go ahead and drop this guise of trickery, and adopt one of nostalgia. The next teaser for ODST was actually pretty impressive, even looking back on it today. Much different from the past ones, since it really got your imagination going after being briefly introduced to ODSTs over New Mombasa in the Halo 2 campaign.
ODST. This one still gets my juices flowing.
Do you guys remember watching the trailer for Halo 4? I remember seeing the sticky detonator being held in Chief's one hand (unlike Reach's two-handed grenade launcher) and being held in awe. Only a true mastermind could this of a one-handed grenade launcher. Neat stuff.
Feast your eyes on the games of today! So sleek! So futuristic! So... E3...
In life, we live many wars... Pizza or Ice Cream, DMR or BR, Psychoduck or pancakes, and of course...
Oranges vs Blueberries
So who won the battle in this ongoing war of Fruit Dominance?
Brace yourselves, you are going to read at a 3rd grade level!
So we started off playing the amazing Plinko (In... SPAAAACE). For those who have been living under a sea stack, Plinko is played with two teams. One team drives their mongoose down, hitting different shields and trying to get in the scoring zone, while the other team has railguns, trying to snippity snipe the drivers! But community, try as they might, could not handle the amazing pew pew skills of one Flying Shoe ILR, and Staff had won the first game.
Staff (and Tomtris): 97 Points
Community: 86 Points
Well the time has finally arrived, the Get A Clue Forge Contest results are in! As a Clue enthusiast, I was lucky enough to be handpicked by Master Debaytes as one of the contest judges, and i can tell you it was a hoot to participate. Playing submissions nightly in Clue lobbies, and genuinely having a great time in the process. Many fantastic clue maps were submitted, it became quite tough to decide an order near the end. So without further adieu, here are your results!
In first place, drumroll please:
CHATEAU DE CLUE 2!! by FragsturBait
It has everything you could want from a clue map. From a starting dock with plenty of secrets looming down below, to a dragon overlooking all the explosions and blood.
As an innocent you've got plenty of places to go in an attempt to stay safe, but a killer could always be lurking in the trees above. Yes, in the trees. If you're smart you'll try and stay up high and watch with the dragon. If you're lazy, maybe you'll hide in a crate or have a seat in an impossible chair.
As a killer, it's a playground. Remember those trees? Yeah. I can recall instances where i'd hop through them all Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon style. Finding cover after committing a violent act can be very easy, the map's got plenty of castle walls to hide behind or rooms to calmly have a seat in. Impossibly. Fire an incineration cannon, make the peasants think the dragon's burninating...
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