Recent Videos

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Warthog Jump by Randall Glass narcogen 04.15.02
Halo Hurricane by Skavenger narcogen 04.15.02
Breaking The Rules (Team Overkill) narcogen 04.20.02
HaloST3K narcogen 05.26.02
Asshole blackstar 05.26.02
Warthog Jump Revisited by Randall Glass narcogen 06.01.02
Evolution Of Halo by Bungie, recorded by... narcogen 06.09.02

Sheet Music

Title Transcriber Date
Enough Dead Heroes Poop Scoop 03.12.04
Silent Cartographer Guitar Sol... Poop Scoop 03.17.04
Halo Theme Guitar Tab XvShadow 03.17.04
On A Pale Horse Poop Scoop 08.28.04
The Maw Poop Scoop 08.28.04
Halo: Master And Chief Poop Scoop 08.28.04
Truth And Reconciliation Suite Poop Scoop 02.07.05

Does Halo have network play?

As originally envisioned, Halo would have had internet capability. However, for various reasons, including the fact that the programming libraries necessary for utilizing the online features of the Xbox were not ready in time for the console's launch, the Xbox release version of Halo will not have online play as such.

In cooperative mode, two players using the same Xbox console can play through the solo campaign in a split-screen mode.

Up to sixteen players can play the other multiplayer modes using up to four connected Xboxes. Up to four players can use a single Xbox with enough controllers and using a split-screen mode. Any combination of players is possible: a total of 8 players, 4 each on 2 Xboxes, or 2 each on 4 boxes... you get the idea.

Halo's multiplayer modes apparently feature deathmatch, capture the flag, king of the hill, and others.