With the recent release of Halo 5 we at N4L Gaming thought it was a good time to look upon the good ol days and reminisce about the series. The following piece is written by Anthony Fuentes and his thoughts on this why ODST could very well be THE definitive halo experience.
One day my nephew, a bright boy of age 8, saved enough money to buy two 5 dollar games from GameStop’s bargain bin and a toy. Initially, he was most excited about the toy (Minecraft figure, because 8) but he also felt he got a good deal with the bargain games. One immediate choice was Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, because he loves scaling virtual buildings as well as murdering those poor CPU guards in creative ways (he really loved Rogue for the ability to kill citizens). The other: Halo ODST. His reasoning was less rooted in past experiences with the franchise but rather an 8 year old’s insatiable need to shoot things and do it fast. He comes from the school of Call of Duty and figured the experience would be similar: twitch reflex shooting and a linear, Michael Bay like campaign. His previous experience with Halo was 4 so he didn’t have a reason to really think otherwise. When he finally jumped into the single player portion, having exhausted the poor Minecraft Creeper, something strange happened. Continue reading
We at N4L Gaming celebrate all types of Nerd fandom and subscription based goody boxes fall under that category. Marvel teamed up with Funko to produce Collector Corps exclusive Pops and other bi-monthly themed loot, in celebration of Halloween they choose a Villains theme as October’s box.
Without further ado let’s get to looking inside. Continue reading