The huge Halo 3 ODST booth on the Gamescom showfloor was all about multiplayer. To see the first levels of the solo campaign, we had to sneak into the Microsoft hideout, safe from prying eyes. There, two lieutenants from Bungie gave us a fifteen minutes long presentation of this spin-off to the Master Chief's adventures, a spin-off which story runs parallel to Halo 2's. With its open world structure and daring flashback narrative, Halo 3 ODST doesn't fail to surprise, right from the long and intense introductory sequence that we offer you to discover just after the jump.
Update: Second part is online.
Going to pick up Puyo Puyo Tetris and Binding of Isaac next. Then Mario Kart. Maybe Splatoon 2. (7 Hours ago)
Yeah, I'll be bolloxed if I'm hunting for 800 koroks or whatever it is. At least the shrines offer a decentish reward. (7 Hours ago)
I doubt I'll try to 100% Zelda, but I can already tell that it's a very big game. (9 Hours ago)
@Moonwalker: One for my desk and one for my livingroom. It would also be convenient to have a portable dongle. Part of the beauty of the device is portability. (9 Hours ago)
Doing it that way before going to Ganon should take you in the region of about 100 hours, minimum. I only just finished the game 3 days ago. Nearly 8 weeks of hammering the game. (10 Hours ago)
@GriftGFX:Zelda will keep you occupied for a brave while. If, you're like myself, you'll want to take in everything Hyrule has to offer by exploring everything (10 Hours ago)
@GriftGFX: Why a second dock? :) (14 Hours ago)