Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary: Tons of Comparison Screens

Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary

Tons of Comparison Screens

by exterminat

©2011 Nicholas Laborde

The world is only three days away from Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary, the complete high definition remake of the first Halo title.

It’s different from a standard HD collection or iteration, where the original game itself is upscaled to 720p or so.

Anniversary is the entire game rebuilt with modern technology, with the option to – at any time – hit a button and look at the original game, and how things looked ten years ago.

People may be curious just how different the original and its ten year counterpart are, and OXCGN has a load of exclusive screenshots to show you just this.

Be prepared: your jaw just may drop.

My jaw is gone, excuse me

Without further adieu, gander at the screens below.

• Original Screen on left   “““` • Anniversary Screen on right

Three days…

November 15th, 2011 will be a date that many will remember.

Saint’s Row: The Third, Assassin’s Creed: Revelations, and of course, Halo: Combat Evolved Anniversary.

After seeing all of these shots in particular, I’ve been swayed to relive these fond memories first over all of these other great titles.

©2011 Nicholas Laborde

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I'm an American from steamy Louisiana, one of the most electronically deprived areas of the United States. I've gamed since I was four years old as a result, and plan to do it onto my deathbed. I discovered I could write in June of 2010 when I started a little site called Fans of The Genre with a few friends, and that eventually collapsed three months after due to social lives kicking in. No less than two weeks after that I discovered OXCGN via the community gamer gab competition, and become a staff member shortly after. In February of 2011 I was welcomed to the Editorial staff, then in March of 2012 I was promoted to co-owner... and here I am!

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