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Halo Reach: 2010, Halo 1: reach 2011, Halo 4 2012

#1Fissure_XPosted 11/11/2011 11:33:04 AM
All pretty much a year apart, so it's like call of duty :D
#2Blue_PopoPosted 11/11/2011 11:35:49 AM
ODSt and wars in 09
#3TBONE_OGPosted 11/11/2011 11:40:40 AM
Can't really count the Halo Wars since it's an RTS.

But yeah, pretty much like COD. And that's why Halo is pretty much stale. Can still be fun here and there.
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#4bluehat94Posted 11/11/2011 11:41:54 AM
the difference is that halo reach was worked on for two years, and halo 4 has been worked on for two year, with CE the game was already there, they just had to up date it a little
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#5bladegash666Posted 11/11/2011 11:44:18 AM
Lest we forget AAs. It's basically Sci Fi COD now.
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#6DerekRossPosted 11/11/2011 11:46:03 AM
bluehat94 posted...
the difference is that halo reach was worked on for two years, and halo 4 has been worked on for two year, with CE the game was already there, they just had to up date it a little

I bet my 360 that it only takes 2 month to make a new COD. They just hold it back for the holidays. MW4 is probably half way finished.
#7hellbringherPosted 11/11/2011 11:47:44 AM
bluehat94 posted...
the difference is that halo reach was worked on for two years, and halo 4 has been worked on for two year, with CE the game was already there, they just had to up date it a little


Each cod game has the exact same cycle. Each dev alternating years. Sorry bro.
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#8tYRE_602Posted 11/11/2011 11:55:40 AM

From: bluehat94 | #004
the difference is that halo reach was worked on for two years, and halo 4 has been worked on for two year, with CE the game was already there, they just had to up date it a little


Reach started development in 2007 actually, so 3 years.
#9bluehat94Posted 11/11/2011 11:59:17 AM
hellbringher posted...
bluehat94 posted...
the difference is that halo reach was worked on for two years, and halo 4 has been worked on for two year, with CE the game was already there, they just had to up date it a little


Each cod game has the exact same cycle. Each dev alternating years. Sorry bro.


halo 4 wil have been worked on for 3 years when it releases
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#10art_of_the_killPosted 11/11/2011 12:19:21 PM
Fissure_X posted...
All pretty much a year apart, so it's like call of duty :D

Similar, but different. Like others have pointed out, the dev cycles are more varied. Halo Anniversary cannot truly count since it's a re-release and not a new game, while each Call of Duty release is a new game.

I would expect at least 2-3 years for Halo 5, especially if it's going to be made for the Nextbox.
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