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Check Out Part One Of Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn Right Now

Posted on Friday, October 5 @ 07:43:43 Eastern by Alex_Osborn

While likely not up to snuff with whatever Neil Blomkamp had in mind for a Halo movie before switching gears to District 9Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn is a remarkably well-crafted effort that does the Halo franchise justice—well, at least the first part anyway.

Chapter one of 343 Industries' live action series has just launched on Machinima and tells the story of one UNSC cadet, Thomas Lasky, and his growth into the soldier who will play a major role in the events of Halo 4. Sure, the movie may be a bit cheesy at times, but as a fan of the Halo universe and story-heavy games in general, I applaud the studio for using various forms of media to flesh out further the universe that Bungie created.

What do you think of the part one? Does it have you hyped for Halo 4? Let us know in the comments below, and be sure to check back here every Friday, as we'll be posting each subsequent chapter right up until the game's launch on November 6th.
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