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I've never liked the ones with Master Chief as the main focus. The stories were convoluted and silly, and so many things seemed to happen with no explanation or reason. You have to dig into the books and extras to really understand what's going on, which is idiotic IMO.
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i also liked odst, i liked the night time setting with the visor.
should be more halo games at night/in the rain.
with 8th gen visuals it would be cool.
i'd like a odst remaster.
ODST isn't in the MCC? Is Reach not in it either?
The collection consists of Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 2, Halo 3 and Halo 4, (with Halo 2 receiving the Anniversary treatment) replete with their full catalog of extras, including all multiplayer maps and gameplay modes.
All four games have received frame-rate (60 frames per second), resolution (1080p), and lighting upgrades. Combat Evolved Anniversary is based on the high-resolution remaster of the original released in 2011 for the Xbox 360. Halo 2 is receiving a similar graphical overhaul treatment and is thought to be the core of the collection.
Halo 3 and Halo 4, already in high-definition, receive only standard upgrades. The compilation features new achievements, and all difficulty and play modes are unlocked from the start. There have been no story or gameplay changes from the original releases.
As in Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 2 players can swap between the original and upgraded graphics on-the-fly.
I don't see the point of swapping to original graphics.
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