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  • Halo: CE Anniversary
  • Halo 2: Anniversary
  • Halo 3 & Halo 4
  • Halo: Nightfall (Digital Series)

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THE SEEDS OF OUR FUTURE ARE SOWN IN HIS PAST.

For the first time ever, The Master Chief’s entire story is on one console. Featuring a re-mastered Halo 2: Anniversary, along with Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 3, and Halo 4, new digital series, Halo: Nightfall, and access to the Halo 5: Guardians Beta, this is the definitive Halo experience.

  • The Complete Master Chief Story – Honoring the iconic hero and his epic journey, The Master Chief’s entire story is brought together as The Master Chief Collection. Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, Halo 2: Anniversary, Halo 3, and Halo 4 are all included with Xbox One visual fidelity, 60fps, a total of 45 campaign missions plus more than 100 multiplayer (including the original Halo Combat Evolved maps) and Spartan Ops maps. Along with new prologue and epilogue cut scenes foreshadowing Halo 5: Guardians, this is the collection Halo fans have been waiting for, all on Xbox One.*
  • Halo 2: Anniversary – Celebrating the 10 year Anniversary, the iconic fan favorite returns. Featuring a fully re-mastered campaign with “Classic Mode” allowing you to instantly switch between the re-mastered game and the original game from 2004. Uncover new Halo 5: Guardians story elements in hidden terminal videos and utilize all new skulls to experience the campaign in a whole new way. Including 23 original multiplayer maps just as fans remember them, plus 6 completely re-imagined maps. Play the game that defined online multiplayer on consoles and get ready for the next Halo chapter.
  • Master Menu – Seamlessly navigate The Master Chief’s story using the all-new Master Menu. Play all four completely unlocked campaigns, beginning to end, or jump around as you choose. Enjoy cross title themed campaign playlists created by the games’ designers for new fun and challenging experiences. Easily find and play your favorite multiplayer game types from over 100 multiplayer and Spartan Ops maps. It’s everything Halo, on your terms, simplified.
  • New Halo: Nightfall Live Action Digital Series – A strange and treacherous world exposes elite UNSC operatives to a much deeper danger in this live action series from 343 Industries and Scott Free Productions. Executive-produced by Ridley Scott and Scott Free TV President, David Zucker and directed by Sergio Mimica-Gezzan ("Battlestar Galactica" "Pillars of the Earth," "Heroes"), Halo: Nightfall is an exciting new story for Halo fans and fresh audiences alike.
  • Halo 5: Guardians Multiplayer Beta – Be among the first to experience a new generation of Halo multiplayer in the Halo 5: Guardians Beta. Gear up for the Guardians beta by unlocking exclusive content in The Master Chief Collection and Halo: Nightfall. These exclusive items will carry over into Halo 5: Guardians.

*Halo: Nightfall: 5 episode live action series is streaming only, with episodes releasing on a weekly basis. Xbox One or Windows 8.1 and broadband internet required; ISP fees apply. Halo 5: Guardians Beta: Game disc required. Limited Time Beta Starts: December 27, 2014; Ends: January 22, 2015. Must be 17+. Xbox One, broadband internet (ISP fees apply) and Xbox Live Gold membership (sold separately) required. Halo: Nightfall and Halo 5: Guardians Beta dates, content, and features subject to change. See www.xbox.com/halo

*Some game features, including hidden terminal videos, require broadband internet; ISP fees apply. Online multiplayer features require Xbox Live Gold membership (sold separately). Halo 5: Guardians sold separately; release date not yet announced. Halo: Nightfall: 5 episode live action series is streaming only, with episodes releasing on a weekly basis. Xbox One or Windows 8.1 and broadband internet required; ISP fees apply. Halo 5: Guardians Beta: Game disc required. Limited Time Beta Starts: December 27, 2014; Ends: January 22, 2015. Must be 17+. Xbox One, broadband internet (ISP fees apply) and Xbox Live Gold membership (sold separately) required. Halo: Nightfall and Halo 5: Guardians Beta dates, content, and features subject to change. See www.xbox.com/halo


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Platform For Display:Xbox One  |  Edition:Standard
ASIN B00KSQHX1K
Release date November 11, 2014
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(NOTE: Keep in mind that this review is based on MY experiences and MY opinions: your mileage with HMCC may vary.)

(NOTE 2: for those interested, skip down below to find the latest update to this review, UPDATE 13.)

Wow, what a disappointment! Nearly a week and counting, the multiplayer as of Sunday November 16th, 2014 is still not working on my end. Never mind bugs and glitches; I can't even connect to an online match ... not one! This is what I pre-ordered the game for!? Halo's multiplayer has always been one of the most dependable online gaming experiences for me; to watch this launch week fiasco unfold is inexcusable.

Yes, the campaign modes are playable and all, but for fans who have already played those modes numerous times, this is little consolation; besides, from what I've heard, the campaign modes have got plenty of bugs of their own, including disappearing save files, achievements not appearing or disappearing, glitches and freezes during gameplay and God knows what else. As much as I'm curious about the remastered campaign of Halo 2, I'm not going to invest my time in a campaign mode where I may lose my saves, fer'sure. In any event, everyone knows the biggest draw of Halo is multiplayer ... and when that mode is busted, you've got a gimped game, at best.

<<UPDATE 1: 343 and Microsoft have stated that there will be an update to fix the multiplayer, to be released on Wednesday, November 19th; meaning at least another half week of busted mutliplayer, with no guarantees that the update will fix everything; what a mess! <<END OF UPDATE 1>>

<<UPDATE 2: Microsoft and 343 have announced they are pushing back the patch yet again, from Wednesday 11/19/14 to some unspecified time towards the end of next week.
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Single Player:
Got this on release day, as for differences to the single player campaign alone, this is instantly worth it. After not having played Halo 1 since early 2000's, I still remembered every bit, and being able to swap between that generations graphics and the updated versions amazes me. I find myself always hitting the button to see the difference every 5 minutes.

Extras:
The Halo channel that shipped with the game is fantastic. Nightfall, documentaries and behind the scenes footage of various projects is always interesting to watch. Very well organized.

Multiplayer:
Review incomplete. I purchased this game to play multiplayer mainly, and since release, have only managed to get into 3 matches. 343 Industries has released server side patches but with no results as of yet. Ranking systems are offline, map options in lobby dont match to what you may be playing on. Big Team rounds for those 3 games I played were only 6v6. And some achievements are not displaying correctly for some users. They have alot of work to do, which is to be expected for releasing a broken multiplayer experience. If all you want is multiplayer, wait until you hear fixes are being made and are ACTUALLY working. For that reason alone I give 3/5 stars. If you can enjoy all the campaigns until you get a completely working title, the purchase will be worth it, I have no doubt in my mind.
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I love Halo, I played every single release multiple times. I'm extremely disappointed in this release! Many many other reviews already talk about how multiplayer is broken -- and it is. Long wait times in the loading screen, missing levels, no leaderboards, etc. But not a lot of people are talking about how broken the co-op mode is. I wanted to replay the entire series with friends and discovered that anyone who isn't the main host (the person who invites others) ends up with a significant (1-2 second) input lag that makes the game unplayable! Sure you can play the campaigns alone and most things work, but that's not what most of us want to do!
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It's an easy way to recreate the Halo experience on the Xbox One. The addition of the Halo 2 Anniversary is worthwhile by itself. Loses one star for not being able to port careers over from H4 and another for the terrible online matchmaking. I seriously break out a book while it's searching.
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Alright, let me begin by saying that I LOVE Halo, and this is the collection I had been hoping for. Four games and their respective online multiplayers in HD and 60 FPS all for just $60? How could I say no? But, I love the franchise enough to acknowledge that while it is a good game series, it is certainly not worth the hype it was plumped up with. I can take my Halo beer goggles off and pick on the weaker aspects of this game while praising the better ones.

Now, this is NOT a "Day-one" game, and this is expected with titles rushed out the door like this, especially before the Holidays. I knew that there were going to be problems the first week it was released, and I saw those negative comments flooding the message boards. Now, I see a lot of people here trashing 343 for dropping the ball here. Now, try to remember who is jerking 343's short leash around with all these harsh deadlines and urgency to rush their product out the door - The Microsoft Corporation. Blaming 343 would be like blaming Rareware for Perfect Dark Zero and Banjo Kazooie - Nuts and Bolts, victims to rushed deadlines and hard pressure from their corporate masters. This game could have been a great launch title for the Xbox One, but instead is an unfortunate victim in Micro$oft's bid to sell this and their $50-off discounted console before the holidays were out. In fact, a recent infoleak on attests that it was in fact M$ that rushed MCC out the door, hence it's glitchy state.

The singleplayer aspects were all remarkable as per usual, but the multiplayer? I'd have more fun pulling my own teeth out than wait hours on end just to find a game.
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