Halo 3 Beta Hands-On With Game Footage Video

Posted: May 12 2007, 7:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:48am CDT, in News | Gaming

 
Halo 3 Beta Hands-On with Game Footage Video
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The beta test of the highly anticipated Xbox 360 game Halo 3 will start later this month. Bungie studios showed the beta to some gaming media outlets yesterday.

Gamespot has published a hands-on report and video of game footage of the Halo 3 Beta.

Quote from the Halo 3 Hands-on:
"The first thing that strikes you about the Halo 3 beta is just how polished it feels. It's not like the beta is a hint of things to come and that you have to brush aside bugs, long loading times, and a number of other issues to enjoy the game. The beta runs at a solid frame rate, is graphically impressive, and feels well on its way to being the code that fans have every right to expect from the finished game."
Read the full hands-on and see the video on Gamespot. See also a video of Halo 3 Beta made by a MS employee called Mr. Jukes. See this page on the Bungie site.

Halo 3 is already available for pre-order since a while. The game is supposed to ship this November.

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