Nintendo is heading into the new generation this year, with the Wii U and its focus on tablet gaming, using a larger flatscreen in your hands for a controller. Looks like Nintendo has an edge on its competition. Ha! Just kidding, as Microsoft has edged them out now with Project SmartGlass.
Halo 5 had a two-pronged approach to its storytelling, focusing either on the faceless hero or the next generation of super-soldiers led by Spartan Locke. The reason for their inclusion boiled down to gameplay mechanics, as Halo 5’s big hook was co-operative action spread across two to four players at any given time. Not a bad idea, but maybe not the best idea for a core Halo game. And certainly something you'll see much less of in Halo 6.
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