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Certain Affinity talks about Microsoft and Halo

Dustin Burg
January 23, 2007
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GameIndustry.biz interviewed Max Hoberman, Certain Affinity founder, about his reasons for braking away from Bungie, what projects they are working on, and the future of their company. Max explains why he left Bungie and how supportive both Bungie and Microsoft have been in his start-up venture. Bungie happily contracted Certain Affinity to work on the new Halo 2 maps that will be coming out in the spring and they are also working on another special 360 project. Max also went on to compliment the Xbox platform and Xbox Live, giving further praise to Halo 3's multiplayer saying "it's years ahead of everything that's out there". The interview is a good read if you're at all interested in Bungie's internal operations or how Microsoft works with its developers. And yes, we're holding you to your Halo 3 multiplayer comment Mr. Hoberman.

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