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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by jono_, Feb 4, 2008.
What are the origins of halo? Is it books? or is it a old game?
What gives you the impression it has origins? It's a typical first person shooter. What are the origins of Duke Nukem?
It's origins are a couple of smart programmers over at Bungie and Microsoft who made the first episode of the trilogy back in 2001 originally only for the Xbox...
Origins, well development origins anyway. Going back to 1998 for Windows and Mac.
The only thing I know is that I was realy looking forward to that game when I read about it in PC game magazines. And then came microsoft who needed a hit game for launch and bought the rights
It has loose roots in the Mac game, Marathon. Marathon was/is a very good Doom-like 3D shooter.
Halo games come from a book series .... my brother is reading them atm lol
Very true! Which by the way you can download for free! I remember that game in middle school..... It was the best thing ever.. multiplayer action mmmm. I guess bungie made a comeback with a system they saw had alot of potential.
ok so that was basivcally my quesiton, what cam first hte book or the game?
or this marathon lol
the game came first the books were later
More like: Microsoft bought Bungie because they needed a killer app for the original Xbox.
Back on topic: the Halo world concept was probably lifted from the Ringworld books.
what are the origins of bubble bobble?
The concept of Bubble Bobble was first mentioned in The Silmarillion by J. R. R. Tolkien. Some general rules and description were given, but they were rather vague.
A mommy and a daddy FPS loved each other very much...
me = lose
Sam and Max?