I'm not interested in this game in the slightest, but that was actually pretty cool.
Hopefully we actually get to use the human weapons this time.
|Jeff Fries |
|Aubrey McFate |
80s era computer text and a cosplay factory. Yawn.
Nice production values, though.
Meh... I only needed to see this scene once, and Starcraft II made a greater contribution to the science of automated heavy-industrial powered exoskeleton fabrication.
I didn't think it was possible to be sick of a game before it's released, but yeah. Friggin' Halo is like videogame cancer.
|Innocent Bystander |
I liked the first scenes where the big spaceships were floating in the distance. The rest was just a ripoff of Aliens. But a neat ripoff all the same.
This would be a really good vehicle for, I dunno, some government to make people think war is cool.
I didn't submit this because I'm some Halo fanboy, I submtted it because I thought it was a earnestly well-made, stylish short film and I really admire the work of Neill Blomkamp, who will be (is) directing the Halo movie. He's also done two other Halo 3 shorts, one of which is the now much-parodied "museum" piece.
I'm as sick of Halo as most people, but I can divorce the artform from its origins in this case.
I'm sorry, I don't even think this is particularly well made.
I'm not that thrilled by this. There's just something really workmanlike about it.
|Thatcher Pennywhistle |
Did this guy really peak with his movie starring Linda Carter?
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