"A fierce new enemy marks a new turn in gameplay much appreciated!" —
The first biggest improvement in "Halo 4" is the game's polished and redefined graphics. The crisp and gorgeous gameplay is still there, but 343 Industries adds a healthy boost of "OMG" to create an eye-popping tour de force of graphics and sound that take a hold of you right from the moment your start the single player campaign.
For years, the story has always been about Master Chief and Cortana. Now, in "Halo 4," as they're forced to fight for each other in hopes of surviving, things are made harder with the appearance of new enemies. The Prometheans (and their 1,000 knights) are tough, fast and a needed kick in the space suit to get new gamers on board to fight the good fight.
Microsoft's 343 Industries doesn't slack in their part to keep things fresh. From the way the new weapons symbiotically piece themselves together to the much improved targeting system, 343 infused a sense of reality instead of simply altering the "Halo" storied gameplay.
With these new additions, "Halo 4" allows gamers to get into the boots of Master Chief and learn more about what makes him tick while being ticked off by his assailants. For those that have spent countless hours with Chief and Cortana, fighting the always-thrilling battle to the end is a non-stop reward for gamers who have cherished memories beginning from "Halo 1".