I started to write “What do you Think” over at CL Productions. In the post I talk about the new Halo 4 details that leaked out, and was posted over the internet. Click the title above to show the link to the post.
Click to watch the new Halo 4 trailer!
ATG Halo just announced upcoming 1V1 and 4V4 tournaments for April and March of 2012. Jump into Spring with these great tournaments a prizes for the lucky winners. The best part is it’s free to sign up! Lets recap; free to sign up, prizes, and you get to play the best game in the world! If that does not sound fun to you then go play unicorns and rainbows. Look down below for the official word about the tournaments from ATG.
Sunday, March 18th, 2012
Join the tournament ladder today (for free!) and start playing now through March 15th for seeding placement in the March 25th, ATG Halo 1v1 tournament.
The free 1v1 ladder will remain open until March 25th. At that date, the ladder will be closed and the top 8 ranking players will be eligible to compete in a double elimination tournament scheduled for Sunday, March 25th. Tentative times for the tournament date are currently 11AM through 5PM Chicago Central Time. Full bracket details and match times will be posted on the ATG Halo website on March 16th. Tournament entry will be $5.00 (USD) per qualifying player. Registration will become available immediately following the completion of the 1v1 ladder. A minimum of 4 players must be registered by the tournament date, or a full refund will be given to those players who did register.
The winning player of the tournament will receive 1600 Microsoft X-Box Live Points ($20 USD value) and have their gameplay footage from the finals featured at ATG Halo and the ATG Halo YouTube Channel. The winning player will also enter into the ATG hall of fame wall as a 2012 ATG Pro Player.
Sunday, April 1st, 2012
Join the tournament ladder today (for free!) and start playing from February 10th through March 25th for seeding placement in the April 1st, ATG Halo 4v4 tournament.
The free 4v4 ladder will remain open until March 25th. At that date, the ladder will be closed and the top 16 ranking teams will be eligible to compete in a double elimination tournament scheduled for Sunday, April 1st. Tentative times for the tournament date are currently 11AM through 5PM Chicago Central Time. Full bracket details and match times will be posted on the ATG Halo website on March 26th. Tournament entry will be $10.00 (USD) per team. Registration will become available immediately following the completion of the 4v4 ladder. A minimum of 8 teams must be registered by the tournament date, or a full refund will be given to those teams who did register.
Each player of the tournament winning team will receive 1600 Microsoft X-Box Live Points ($20 USD value) and have their gameplay footage from the finals featured at ATG Halo and the ATG Halo YouTube Channel. Each player will also enter into the ATG hall of fame wall as a2012 ATG Pro Player.
I recently stumbled by ATG (a great Halo web site for Halo Anniversary tournaments) and I have to say I loved every minute when I was there. ATG provides gamers who love Anniversary to go head to head in tournaments. There website provides videos, info, great forums to talk your little heart out, and even sign your self up for a tournament! . I asked Derek (admin of ATG) to provide a little write up about his site which you can read down below, it provides great info and what you can expect from ATG. I would like to personally thank the staff at ATG for this great opportunity to share their great website!
“Dear Elders.TV and Community,
First off, it’s an honor to be here today, featured as part of your Halo Spotlight series. We’re glad to be here, so thanks’ for having us.
So what is ATG Halo all about?
ATG Halo is entire website devoted to competitive gaming for players who enjoy the “Anniversary Classic” playlist (recently added on XBL under the gaming title, Halo Reach).
ATG Halo takes the Halo CE Anniversary experience to the next level. We provide gameplays, montages, forums, tournaments, cash and other prizes to the Halo CEA Community.
The Halo CEA Community at ATG has been growing rapidly. We recently concluded our first 1v1 tournament this past Sunday, January 22nd. Tournament footage is now up on the ATG YouTube Channel and at our Facebook page. We’d also like to take a moment for a quick shout-out to our first 1v1 champion, BC Conker! He faced a pretty intense match-up in the Finals against the player Pox EEEEEEEEEEE but managed to pull-through for the win. Overall, great gaming from both of these players!
With an upcoming 2v2 tournament this Sunday, and 4v4 plans on the horizon in February, ATG offers a variety of tournament sizes for players to choose from. On the ATG Forums players meet up for customs or work to develop the game settings and maps used in the tournaments at ATG Halo. Tournament maps include favorites from the Anniversary Classic map-pack as well as forge, user-created maps. For example, we brought back the long time classic and favorite map, Wizard (Warlock) for gameplay in our recent 1v1 tournament.
The ATG Halo website and our tournaments get the entire community involved. Whether it’s developing forge-maps, tournament settings, conducting polls, sharing video, refereeing tournaments, or providing website-feedback. The members of the ATG Community have a voice that is heard. At ATG Halo, we want players to enjoy gaming and tournaments to the fullest extent possible. Every tournament should become a memory and an experience. It’s not always about winning or losing. It’s about learning from every experience and having a chance to share what you’ve learned with others. This is how we all get better together, as a real community. But of course…a cash prize now and then for your work feels good too
- The Staff at ATG Halo (Frequency, NugZ, Pox, Remix)”
Blast in the Past is a new post, and gives you look into the past of Halo.
I have to say Bungie had to make the best gaming trailers I’ve ever seen. When watching a trailer for Halo, Halo 2, or any Halo game one word comes to mind EPIC. While watching those trailers emotions pore out like water, and gives you a look into the game. Look down below to watch, and vote for the best Halo trailer.
Halo 3: ODST:
Yep, you just watch all of those great trailers. Are you crying? Wanting to play Halo? If you answer yes then you are human. Vote for the best trailer down below.
Halo: Anniversary in my book was a huge hit, and it was a great way for 343 industries to tell Halo fans they got Halo under control. 343 has hinted maybe at a Halo 2 remake, but could this really happen? Halo 2 started one of the best multiplayer games of that time. Halo 2 was fun, amazing, and I think put Halo on the map. But will making Halo 2 Anniversary too much? What I mean is it a good thing for a game company to keep on doing remakes. I guess we will see in the coming years.
Do you think Halo 2: Anniversary will be made? Answer down below, voice your opinion!