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Monday, 14 May 2007 10:48

Microsoft's Halo 3 disappoints

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Six months to get it right

A sneak preview of Microsoft's Halo 3 has disappointed many of the reviewers who had a chance to play it. We already announced that this will happen here.

Gamers at the invitation-only preview gave mixed reviews saying that the graphics need some work and they are not much different from the last version. Microsoft staged previews in New York and San Francisco on Friday in advance of the public test, or "beta," of the game, which goes live next Wednesday.

The company is hoping that Halo 3 is going to be much bigger than the previous versions which helped the Xbox get its toe-hold into the console market.
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