Jun 4 2013, 10:45am CDT | by Sumayah Aamir
Microsoft has just introduced today the amazing experience of Halo: Spartan Assault for its next generation gaming console Xbox one. The gaming app will be available for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8 at a minimal price of $6.99 ERP. There are so many superb things out there in the real world. Steven Spielberg movies are one. Then there is the Xbox One. Finally E3 is another cool event not to be missed by the fleet of techno-warriors who overcrowd the platform. But among all these there is another very important player and that is the Halo Series of games that get played on mobile devices. Halo: Spartan Assault is also operable on the Windows 8 System.
The game features a shootout and it has fancy graphics that send the mind into a bender from which it rarely ever recovers. It literally pushes the envelope in matters having to do with special effects. The display screen appears quite sharp and with crystal clear visual acuity to the viewer. It has a complimentary joystick for efficient maneuverability. The scenario was of an all-out battlefield with total war and revolutionary insurrection taking place at one and the same time. Furthermore, it was made for a lone player.
The Halo: Spartan Assault game has a corollary comic book to boot. This is a favorable sign for those fans who also happen to be avid readers. With the game being featured in your mobile phone it will also find its way into your jeans pocket. Featuring a Halo universe where all sorts of spaceships, androids and transformers compete with guns and laser guns the whole ensemble is worth a shot at even if you are not among the gaming crowd. At the center of the Halo Experience is a pivotal character named Sarah Palmer around whom the whole story revolves. The whole narrative is action-packed and full of excitement and sensation.
Besides thumb control you have a range of sophisticated weapons at your disposal. The overall effect is one of an adrenaline junkie hooked onto the flash features of this giant among games. You will surely enjoy every single moment of this game and won’t be able to leave it for even an instant. The magical hold it has on its players is a spell that is hard to break. Coming in July 2013, every gamer will wait with a beating heart as the game is about to let itself loose upon the world.
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