- 8 years ago
Playing tracks by
Mike "The Birdman"Dodd.
Now military leaders of the "United Nations Space Command" have prepared their response..
Teams of highly-trained "Orbital Drop Shock Troopers" are ready to assault the carrier from Navy ships in low orbit.
This is a near-suicidal mission.
But these troopers are the best of the best.
Birdman joins with the UNSC's best in this prequel to Halo 3 and help save the africian mega city of New Mombasa and it's secret that could change the outcome of the war. This game was originally slated to be a DLC add on to Halo 3 but was developed into a full retail title for last year. We get introduced to new famous Firefight mode which pits us against endless waves of alien bad guys and we even got the complete HALO 3 multiplayer experience but is it enough to justify the full retail price tag?
Will the game's new cast of characters lead by Nathan Fillion be enough to sate fans who are looking to finish the fight or will we still grumble at what has been considered by some "over priced DLC