Yes, ladies and gents, you are looking at the teaser trailer for Halo 3. Just based on the teaser, I’m anticipating a very ambitious storyline.
Microsoft’s page at Xbox.com revealing the Halo 3 trailer. Their description:
The trailer started out with what appeared to be the ashes of Earth, remnants of street signs swaying in the wind. Out of the haze walked the most realistic looking Master Chief ever imagined, assault rifle in hand. Flashes of a familiar face cut in and out through static to set the stage for what appeared next.
Once the familiar Halo theme started, the scene panned out across a large valley revealing Covenant ships hovering over the surface as a massive structure blasted out of the ground below.
The final words … â€œThis is the way the world endsâ€ were followed by the call to action â€œFinish the Fightâ€”2007â€. Our mouths are still wide open in awe at how amazing the trailer looked.
Bill Gates says the 360 will have a 10-million unit head start. He also announces “Live Anywhere”, which will allow PC owners to play games on Xbox Live, and play games on your Windows Mobile devices. One scenario has you starting a game on your 360, and continuing it on your phone.
Microsoft announced some of the games coming to Windows Vista, including Halo 2, Fligh Simulator X, and Crysis. And don’t forget “Desperate Housewives The Game”.
Microsoft announced a lot of second-wave Xbox 360 games, 160 in total by the end of the year, including Crackdown, Forza Motorsport 2, Gears of War, Halo 3, Viva PiÃ±ata, Saint’s Row, Prey, Madden NFL 07 and Sonic the Hedgehog. They also announced a wireless receiver that lets you use wireless 360 peripherals with your PC.