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Submitted by midwestkel 940d ago | review

Halo 4 ‘Forward Unto Dawn’ Blu-Ray Review | FleshEatingZipper

FleshEatingZipper says: "It’s easy, probably too easy, to pass off the Halo 4 web series Forward Unto Dawn as merely a piece of marketing. That’s what it is, but it’s also a pretty good expansion of the Halo universe. I only caught the first of five parts when it debuted online because I honestly wasn’t interested in seeing it in 15 minutes chunks meted out every week, but watching it all in full definition Blu-ray end to end is easily the best way to enjoy the saga and an enjoyable morsel of Halo legacy." (Blu-ray, Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn) 8/10

Soldierone  +   940d ago
Personally wouldn't pay for this series. There are a lot of great gaming ones I enjoyed, but I don't think i'd pay for a marketing tool.

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