Demo: Halo Wars

Content: Halo Wars Demo
Price: Free
Availability: All Xbox LIVE regions
Dash Text: [ESRB: T (Teen) MILD BLOOD,MILD LANGUAGE,VIOLENCE] Halo Wars lets you effortlessly command powerful UNSC and Covenant armies in epic battles. Designed from the ground up for the Xbox 360, experience events in the Halo universe 20 year prior to the events of Halo: Combat Evolved.

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  • Warrengonline

    Hmmm, I finally played the demo Feb 7 and the first (simple) tutorial was so short and easy, I was like “StarCraft, StarCraft”. I then completed the advanced tutorial which took a little longer as I am used to being able to use the mini map (ala Warcraft 2) to move around in sections. I was still happy and pleased with it. I’m not sure if it is my 20/20 vision and my SDHD Tv or what, but the graphics look awesome. No spectacular, not brilliant, but good enough for me to enjoy the game. Oh, I must say I’m not a huge Halo fan, but an RTS with sci-fi action reels me in. Though I did not care for the Command and Conquer demo on Xbox360 a while back, this demo is an awesome lead into something GREAT. I am not sure about buying it on release date (SF4LE 100% paid off, RE5 reserved) , but I’m going to have to get myself a copy when I can. (grumbling – If I knew Fable II was going to freeze up on me so much, I would have saved for this one instead as it is addicting.)

    Ensemble – great work guys!! Great work with simplified controls (loving it), awesome explosions and the EASIEST to learn tutorial. Ensemble = Legendary.


  • JonnyDFandango

    For those that mentioned not being able to zoom in very close… I COULD be wrong, but I think I saw an option in the settings for the game to allow a closer zoom. Haven’t found a need for it myself, but I could see wanting to be in close to watch the battles. Hope I’m not confusing that option for another game…


  • darkjester74

    I was pleasantly surprised with the demo. I am not an RTS fan, but I might give this one a spin at some point.


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