A Screen cap of an Xbox.commishapreveals that Halo 4 is a confirmed upcoming release for the Xbox 360, and we couldnt be more excited. It marks another installment in the already excellent track record of the Halo series. This is the news that millions of gamers have been waiting for, and it is sure to create a buzz throughout the gaming world. The Halo series has been a consistent part of the Xbox community, and with the pending release of Halo 4, the series proves to continue its solid footing. Halo 3, Halo ODST, and Halo Reach introduced new game-play types and new character classes, which launched the titles forward above their competitors, and we expect the same level of progression with the release of Halo 4. With the leak of the upcoming Halo 4 release, one must wonder as to the specifics surrounding the game.
The release of Halo 4 imminent debut only adds fuel to the fire surrounding new Xbox products. Rumors of a new gaming console from Xbox, go hand in hand with the level of excitement we have at Evil Controllers for the new products. Could a new console support Halo 4? Will it only add to the fever of the Xbox 360 community? When is it due to be released? All questions that have no definite answers, but, nonetheless, we are excited to hear new details, and we are keeping our ears to the grindstone, waiting with anticipation for more juicy details.
Xbox has also given word of some other upcoming releases that Evil Controllers is getting geared up for. Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Dance Central 2, and Ryse. Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary edition brings the original Halo title back, remastered for the masses to enjoy a second time, and bring the buzz back to the Halo universe. Dance Central 2 provides an exciting sequel to Harmonixs first title in the series, and, again, will utilize the Xbox Kinect to put you directly into the game-play. It extends the intensity of the original title with new songs and game-play for your enjoyment, and at Evil Controllers we are excited to get back to using the Xbox Kinect. Another game title set for release that we are geared up for is Ryse, from the developers of graphic powerhouses: Crysis 1 and 2. The developer, Crytek, is supposed to have developed Ryse as a first-person shooter for the Xbox Kinect, which should be a very interesting gaming experience.
This is all exciting news for the Xbox community, and at Evil Controllers will keep up to date on all the new developments on these games. Happy gaming and keep an eye out for these awesome new titles.
-Written By Andrew Waterhouse