Halo 3 video Pink vs Blue Episode 4

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Halo 3 ingame footage: author's vision of a post apocalyptic world - men and women are enemies in an epic struggle for gender supremacy.

Halo 3 Beta Montage Contest: MoB Avante Montage

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MoB Avante Montage is the winner of the Halo 3 Beta Montage Contest.

Halo 3 Gameplay video of Valhalla Big Team Slayer

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Author shows us Halo 3 ingame footage of him doing Big Team Slayer.
He's got 24 kills - and still managed to lose :)

Halo 3 video: Red Vs Blue (Episode 99)

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Author presents Red Vs Blue Episode 99 - The Second Last Episode. he hopes to have Episode 100 as soon as it comes out, and he's going to be posting old episodes - keep an eye on.

halo 3 beta saved videos

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Halo 3 beta saved videos and other stuff

The countdown has begun for the biggest entertainment event of 2007 with the close of Bungie Studios’ massively successful “Halo 3” multiplayer beta. Beta is now closed, but videos of Halo 3 gameplays and saved films keep popping up. The limited public beta was an overwhelming success, seeing more than 820,000 unique participants and more than 12 million hours of online gameplay in its short test period, equivalent to more than 1,400 years of continuous play by one person.

Now that the beta has closed, consumers worldwide can gear up for the game’s release with a variety of new merchandise, including two new Xbox 360™ Limited Edition “Halo 3” Wireless Controllers designed by Spawn and McFarlane Toys creator Todd McFarlane, as well as an Xbox 360 Limited Edition “Halo 3” Wireless Headset, which lets gamers talk with friends over Xbox LIVE. The controllers and headset will be available starting in early September and can be preordered at select retailers today, allowing “Halo” fans everywhere to prepare for the launch of this year’s biggest game.

“The participation in the ‘Halo 3’ beta was staggering,” said Shane Kim, corporate vice president of Microsoft Game Studios. “Witnessing such a great reaction to a small portion of the game has been inspiring. It’s a testament to the fervor and anticipation that surrounds ‘Halo 3.’ We’re confident that on Sept. 25 Halo 3 will drive an unprecedented wave of new gamers to the Xbox 360 platform and Xbox LIVE.”

The “Halo 3” beta, an early look at parts of the multiplayer gameplay of “Halo 3,” debuted to Xbox 360 owners worldwide via Xbox LIVE on May 16. The more than 820,000 users who played the beta resulted in more than 350 terabytes of data downloaded from Xbox LIVE, equivalent to more than 82 million digital music downloads from the Internet.* Also telling was the players’ response to an exciting new saved-film feature, which provided them with the unprecedented ability to record their games and share them over Xbox LIVE with friends for the first time on Xbox 360. The feature, which was unveiled in the beta, saw more than 580,000 saved films created by users, representing more than 2.7 terabytes of data. Because of the tremendous participation in the beta, Bungie now has an exhaustive amount of data that will be used to improve the overall game experience.

Fans looking to immerse themselves in the “Halo” universe before the game’s epic launch this September will be able to dive into “Halo” through a variety of new merchandise and accessories:

Xbox 360 Limited Edition “Halo 3” Wireless Controllers. Two new Xbox 360 Limited Edition Halo 3 Wireless Controllers will be available starting Sept. 18 and can be preordered today at select retailers. Designed with original artwork by legendary Spawn artist Todd McFarlane, they will be available in either the Covenant Brute or Master Chief themes. Each controller will be packaged with a limited edition “Halo 3” collectible figurine created by McFarlane Toys will sell for an estimated retail price $59.99 (U.S.).
Xbox 360 Limited Edition “Halo 3” Wireless Headset. For the “Halo 3” enthusiast who enjoys wireless mobility while playing with friends on Xbox LIVE, the Xbox 360 Limited Edition Halo 3 Wireless Headset will sport the Spartan green and gold and provide high-quality voice connections over Xbox LIVE for an estimated retail price of $59.99 (U.S.). Available in early September, this accessory can be preordered today at select retailers.
“Halo: Contact Harvest.” “Halo” fans can look forward to the latest book in the “Halo” saga, “Halo: Contact Harvest,” published by Tor Books and due Oct. 2, 2007. Written by Joseph Staten, the Bungie Studios cinematic and writing lead for the first two “Halo” games, the newest piece of fiction precedes the current New York Times’ best-selling book series, telling the tale of the first encounters between UNSC forces and the alien Covenant race that threatens to destroy all humanity. The trade paperback will cost $12.95 (U.S.).
Marvel Comic miniseries. Bungie Studios has teamed up with Marvel Comics to release the monthly miniseries “Halo: Uprising.” The four-issue miniseries, featuring original storylines and artwork from the Eisner Award-winning team of superscribe Brian Michael Bendis and artist extraordinaire Alex Maleev, will launch with issue one on July 25, 2007 and cost $3.99 (U.S.) per issue.
* Zune-Halo 3 edition. Encased in collectible packaging, the Zune-Halo 3 edition digital media player comes preloaded with artwork, trailers and music from all three “Halo” games, as well as an exclusive new episode of “Red vs. Blue” from the fan-adored machinima creator Rooster Teeth Productions LLC. The Zune-Halo 3 edition will be available exclusively at GameStop starting June 15 for an estimated retail price of $249 (U.S.).

(Video) Halo 3 Beta Mine montage

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Author of this Halo 3 ingame movie presents how him and his friend were playing a ranked team slayer matched. His friend wondered into the other based and found out you can launch mines from man cannons - wow!

Halo 3 vehicles (video)

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Author of this Halo 3 video reveals us the new (!) Halo 3 vehicles - omg, arent they sweet?!

Halo 3 gameplay - is that Master Chief's Face?

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Author provides this Halo 3 gameplay movie - he captured on vid what he believes to be master chief's face.

halo 3 ingame videos (camed in Beta)

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Authos made few halo 3 ingame videos while playing Beta and here's one of these.
5 guys doign some killing in Halo 3 - yes, Beta.

Halo 3 video: Top 10 Must-Do's

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Author shares with us his thoughts on the Top 10 things gamers must do before the Halo 3 beta ends.

Halo 3 is not alone - ActionClix Coming in September, too.

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Halo 3 is going to make sooooooo much money. And I’m not just talking about the video game. WizKids is getting in on the action with their newest version of their popular, albeit somewhat nerdy, ActionClix game. The Halo set will feature more than 80 unique miniature figures from the Halo universe, including preview content from Halo 3. A number of vehicle packs are also being produced, including a big surprise planned for San Diego Comic-Con this July. Figures will be sold in randomized Booster Packs. The vehicles and a Starter Game will be sold in a diorama display format.

Halo 3 Multiplayer Video: New Maps Revealed

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Rumours are that Dutch based Gamekings recently visited Bungie Studios - as a result, they managed to capture footage of two (previously unseen) maps from Halo 3 - these maps reveal both the Epitaph and Last Resort (this is Zanzibar remake) maps.

The return of Zanzibar specifically will no doubt be a welcome addition to the multiplayer's online venues and Epitaph isn't looking to shabby itself. However this video only further reminds us that the clock is ticking down for those of us in the Beta, while the final release of Halo 3 inches closer and closer.

Halo 3 Saved Films Database

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Today I read at AMN forums about an interesting idea.

Bungie, with Halo 3 release, is introducing the "Saved Films" feature.
That's what the community has been asking for countless times, and now Bungie's gotten that wish granted.

But the catch is, you can only view said films through Halo 3, and they can't be transferred to your PC.

Unless, that is, you have a video capture card.

This is where my idea comes in. I will gladly partake this endeavor because, well because I can. Anyways, here's the idea:

If you would like to have a Halo 3 saved film of yours up on the web, for the purposes of sharing to the world, showing off your Halo 3 skills, etc, to those people who don't have Halo 3 or want to view the Halo 3 saved film on PC/Mac, I'll gladly capture some of your Halo 3 films onto my computer on upload them onto the web, on a special website I can create.

Well, that's kind of an elaborate idea anyways. For now I'll do my own. I've got a few that I'm setting up right now for all to see, because some of them are just so funny.