Written by: Sean Wall
Peace has been devastated as colony worlds are unexpectedly attacked. What’s more, when humanity’s greatest hero goes missing, a new Spartan is assigned the task of hunting the Master Chief and solving a mystery that threatens the whole of the galaxy.
Don’t expect Halo 5: Guardians to be the same game that Microsoft has been trying to sell over the past couple of years. That idea of Halo 5, detailed in moody trailers and previewed in a spinoff TV show, is a dramatic tale that sees iconic protagonist Master Chief take a shocking rogue turn and face off against new hero Jameson Locke. The marketing says it’s your job to “hunt the truth,” to learn what eats the soul of a faceless hero.
Halo 5: Guardians takes a step back to the Halo 2 template of giving you control of two different characters (or squads, in…
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